Tag Archive for: segregation

The U.S. Isn’t Just Getting Older. It’s Getting More Segregated by Age.

GENERATIONAL ISSUES By Marc Freedman and Trent Stamp (Harvard Business Review) Judson Manor is a gracious former 1920s luxury hotel near The Cleveland Clinic, Case Western University, and many of the museums and arts institutions in Cleveland, Ohio. Today it houses 120 highly educated retirees with an average age of 79 — and seven 20-something graduate […]

Michael Lewis’ advice to graduates: check your entitlement

Editor’s Note: With the passage into summer, we have reached the season of graduation speeches. Many of these provide useful and relevant insight for mentoring. Today, we revisit Michael Lewis’ address, delivered a few years ago at Princeton, about luck and entitlement. Particularly in this age of inequality and class-based segregation, it’s easy to lose […]

New York Times – President Obama spotlighted a national crisis

From the New York Times Editors President Obama spotlighted a national crisis last year when he launched My Brother’s Keeper, an initiative that encourages communities, nonprofits and the private sector to focus on ways to improve the lives of some of the nation’s most vulnerable young people. According to the White House, the private sector […]