Tech-savvy, entitled, environmentally conscious, and diverse are some words used to define Millennials. There are various opinions on this sizable generation which is expected to outnumber Baby Boomers this year. You might even see headlines and articles blaming the generation for the decline of movie sales or doing away with golf. Millennials are people born between 1981 and 1996 according to the Pew Research Center. The AJC's Stephanie Toone, Zachary Hansen and former AJC reporter Becca Godwin chat about perceptions about Millennials, social media culture, and political engagement. Plus, host Shane Harrison shares things to do during the next 10 days, including Snoop Dogg at State Farm Arena.
Go with us behind the scenes for interviews with the people who create movies, music and art that’s making waves around the world. We’ll share some fun things to do in Atlanta over the next 10 days, too. Subscribe on iTunes or Google Play, or find previous episodes on the web at ajc.com.
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