The Revolution Generation: How Millennials Can Save America and the World [film/online]
Please note: This film will be available for viewing from Nov. 1-7.
The millennial generation includes 80 million people in the U.S. and, according to the United Nations, they face the 10 largest global crises in human history.
The documentary film "The Revolution Generation" explores the deep commitment and creativity of the millennial generation and asks older generations for their support, wisdom and guidance. The film follows several youth groups and young organizers to understand their choice in linking climate change, racism and other injustices. The millennial generation is among the largest, most educated and digitally engaged generation in human history. They have the opportunity to build a brighter, more sustainable and democratic future. We should all join the conversation.
The film, written and directed by Josh and Rebecca Tickell, is a counterpart to the book "The Revolution Generation," by Josh Tickell.
The Revolution Generation film will be available for you to watch on your own schedule, from Nov. 1 through Nov. 7, thanks to the support of ROCO Films and the Revolution Generation Impact Team. A panel discussion scheduled for Nov. 8 will further explore the challenges confronting this generation from a local perspective.
Upon registration you will receive a link to watch the film. Upon connecting through the link, you will be asked for some basic information, including your name, email and country of residence. Register separately for the follow up discussion on Nov. 8. The panel participants will bring the discussion home to Durham and give you information about local efforts.
Nov. 1- 7. Free; registration required at https://duke.is/gmnav. Duke Gardens, Duke University, 420 Anderson St., Durham, N.C., 27705. gardens.duke.edu. Information: 919-668-1707, firstname.lastname@example.org