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  • Gen Yers are championing equality
  • Gen Yers are championing equality
    Gustavo Gomes (2012) ©
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Gen Yers are championing equality

In the US, Gen Y is the most diverse generation in history; 43% identify as non-white and 7% identify as LGBT (four points higher than average). Having grown up in a culture that celebrates diversity in race, gender, ethnicity and sexual orientation, equal rights seem like a no-brainer.

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