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Talking ‘Bout My Generation: December 2020 podcast playlist

Podcast Brunch Club listening list: Talking 'Bout My Generation

What does it mean to be part of a “generation?” It defines us by age, era, experience, and values. And the generational divide can feel all too real with one generation blaming another for the impending downfall of society. Yet many of our loved ones do not belong to the same generation as we do and we often have to navigate tricky terrain when it comes to mutual understanding. This month’s playlist highlights generational stories and intergenerational conversations as a way to examine this cultural phenomenon.

(Curated by Joseph Hawthorne, a freelance podcast producer and editor who is a member of our NYC and global virtual chapters.)

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Podcast Listening List on GENERATIONS

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Podcast: Today, Explained
Episode: Ok boomer (November 2019, 25 min)
A discussion of the generational divide, generational amnesia, and a chat with the Brian Resnick, who wrote “Why old people will always complain about young people.”

Podcast: Nancy
Episode: Taiwan! (May 2019, 36 min)
“Traveling to Taiwan with her mom, Kathy imagines the life she might have lived had her family stayed.”

Podcast: Multi Story
Episode: Generations (June 2019, 33 min)
“People with at least four decades between them, share and compare their life experiences.” Note: this podcast is created by PBC’s very own Becca Bryers, chapter leader of our chapter in East Midlands, UK.

Podcast: How to Talk to [Mamí & Papí] about Anything
Episode: She Had to Choose Her Career Over Her Parents (September 2020, 20 min)
A chat with Olga, journalist and author of the book Weird, followed by a debrief with Cynthia Pong, feminist career strategist guest expert and author of Don’t Stay in Your Lane: The Career Change Guide for Women of Color.

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Conversation Starter Questions

  1. What generation(s) do you consider yourself a part of?
  2. Do you think each generation is defined by different values? If so, what are those values?
  3. Are generations consistent around the world?
  4. What kinds of Generational divides did you notice in the episodes?
  5. What are common stereotypes people make about ‘other’ generations?
  6. Do you believe that there are clear generational divides? (ie. Millennial vs. Gen X) If so, how do these generational divides affect our lives?
  7. Do you think people before the mid 1900s would have group themselves by generation?
  8. Are generations getting shorter? Longer? More or less important?
  9. What do you think FUTURE generations will be defined by?

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