As people begin to ask themselves how we can make this movement sustainable we must take into account the various layers of our struggle. We must make sure that we are working towards more than just momentary change, but for true liberation of all black people.
There are so many articles that have come out in the past few years that are directed at bashing millennials. These similar pieces tend to have the same distant analysis about how my generation is just a bunch of internet-selfie doobie-smokers who cant get their act together. These authors sound less like they are giving an actual critique on the millennial generation and more as if they were posting a passive aggressive Facebook status as a disappointed parent. This is the same parent that doesn’t understand why hitting the pavement to get a job now means sitting on your computer for hours, scrolling through Craigslist ads, only to finally get a reply back from one of them and have it be someone trying to scam you for your credit.