Intergenerational Justice

by | Apr 10, 2019

Tara Joyce

Written by Tara Joyce

This is space to share my musings—unformed ideas, collections of words that catch my fancy, that sort of thing. I'm the author of Pay What It's Worth and Cross My Heart.

This concept has just entered my consciousness and I’m excited and intrigued. It feels like an idea that will only continue to grow.

I can feel I seek justice for my elders violating the “intergenerational golden rule”—treating our children as we would want to be treated when making decisions about our world.

As demographics shift, and the Boomers age, things are going to change.

Something to explore in my writing, perhaps.


My ‘Intergenerational Justice’ Inspiration

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