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Generations: The Real Differences Between Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, Boomers, and Silents--And What They Mean for America's Future

Generations: The Real Differences Between Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, Boomers, and Silents--And What They Mean for America's Future

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A groundbreaking, "lavishly informative" (The New York Times) portrait of the six generations that currently live in the United States and how they connect, conflict, and compete with one another--from the acclaimed author of Generation Me and iGen.

Upending the conventional theory that generational differences are caused by major events, Dr. Jean Twenge analyzes data on 39 million people from robust national surveys--some going back nearly a century--to show that changes in technology are the underlying driver of each generation's unique makeup. In this revelatory work, Twenge outlines key shifts in attitudes and lifestyle choices that define each generation regarding gender, income, politics, race, sexuality, marriage, mental health, and much more.

Surprising, engaging, and informative, Generations "gets you thinking about how appreciating generational differences can, ironically, bring us together" (Angela Duckworth, New York Times bestselling author). It will forever change the way you view your parents, peers, coworkers, and children, no matter which generation you call your own.

Walk with Me: Stories of Black Men's Resilience and Well-being through Twin Pandemics

Walk with Me: Stories of Black Men's Resilience and Well-being through Twin Pandemics

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An uncompromising counternarrative, and invitation to every aspiring ally, moderate or proud American to peek inside black men's experiences during the twin-pandemic: COVID-19 and the continued pandemic of social injustices.


Through a blend of the hybrid culture that was heavily scrutinized, and the author is accustomed- equal parts urban and civil rights-these once empty pages are now intentionally filled with rawness, authenticity, and fact. Matthew invites the strong willed and curious reader to walk with him and six Black men to hear their stories.


Written during a time when facts were doubted, Walk with Me intentionally upholds feelings and experience with research. Complemented by statements from Black men in law enforcement and public health, as well as reviews from experts in the fields of well-being, racial trauma and structural whiteness, this book takes an unapologetic look at the country we love and how we can and must do better.

A warm, yet unyielding welcome into the author's mind, heart, and life experience, Walk with Me is a source of emotional resonance, and a weapon for allies to use in the fight for justice.