“Kids today don’t march,” the woman replied. “They network.”
Actually, kids today are doing both.
They are part of what Paul Hawken brilliantly identifies as “blessed unrest” and TIME magazine calls the “responsibility revolution”. Protest in new media and in the streets has not reached the intensity of the social and antiwar movements of my generation. But they could, and they should.
This is part of an excellent piece by William Becker, executive director of the Presidential Climate Action Project, that I highly recommend checking out: Climate Action, Part 3: Taking it to the Streets « Climate Progress.