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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made some bold claims in her latest Instagram-Live video, suggesting millennials and Generation Z are better “informed” and well-versed in the history than past generations — and, apparently, the turbulent forgotten 60s, are to go to the first “ready to be on the streets” and calling for their government.
The New York democratic members of Congress, which is in 29, a thousand-year-old, in a video that described the live streamed Tuesday night, as she thinks that the young people of today to surpass past generations.
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“I think young people are better informed and more dynamic than their predecessors,” she said.
The freshman Congressman then, the young American knocked on the back for their activism, implies this is a new development for the American political commitment.
“I think that this new generation is very profound, and very strong and very brave, because you are actually ready to go on the road,” she said. “Previous generations have simply assumed that the government got it.”
Of course, this view of perhaps the most turbulent period in modern American history of the 1960s, which was marked by the political protests against the Vietnam war, civil rights, and much more.
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Months after the ten years began, the protesters in San Francisco demonstrated against the House Un-American activities Committee for its investigations of alleged Communists. Protesters were arrested, as the police, firefighters turned hoses on you, what became known as “Black Friday”.
The civil rights movement featured protests from the black Americans and their allies contributed to the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
The Vietnam war inspired massive demonstrations at the 1968 Democratic Convention. Tens of thousands of protesters on the streets of Chicago that summer, and hundreds were injured, and the seeds of violent clashes with the police and the national guard.
Of course, political protest existed prior to the 1960s, with examples including the women’s right to vote notice-movement and the Boston Tea y.
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Prior to your statement about the earlier generations’ self-complacency, Ocasio-Cortez praised their own generation, by saying, “you actually have to take the time to read and understand our history, the history of the labour movement, the history of human rights, history of Economics, history of the United States, history of colonialism, and you have to be afraid to have these conversations.”
Baby boomers can take exception Ocasio-Cortez easier, especially in the light of the studies have a lack of knowledge of millennials, when it comes to history. April 2019 study, which resulted from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, two-thirds of the millennials surveyed were not familiar with Auschwitz, and 22 percent said that they either heard, or they were not sure whether they had heard of the Holocaust.