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Accordingly, Black Lives Matter and other social justice causes in their view are a threat to what older people have and how they envision leaving the world.

In the U.S., the young generation, Gen Z, is only 50% white, and is now 26% Hispanic, 14% black, and 5% Asian, according to the 2018 U.S. Census.

But if you jump to our older generations, let’s say Boomers and the Silent Generation, diversity is, for most, less-familiar, less comfortable territory.

Things are changing so fast, and our racial and lifestyle and religious make-ups are shifting, generation to generation.

There’s no question that the Black Lives Matter movement is attempting to provide an intervention to both white people and Black people in America.

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