What is Post Millennial?

According to Pew Research Center, generational cohorts can help us understand changes in views across large segments of people and follow how those views vary across generations. However, in today’s world of clickbait headlines and extreme polarization, generational labels (Gen X, Baby Boomer, Millennial, etc.) are often used in the context of blaming, influencing, and characterizing millions of people. How do we capture and share generational knowledge without the added spin in media and politics?

Post Millennial (PM) combines independent publishing with a focus on generational identity and current affairs. We are here for those who aspire to cultivate constructive generational dialogue, recognize the differences inherent within generations, and use those differences to steer back toward a vision of humanity that is bigger than any single demographic. 

How can I create/share content through Post Millennial?

To begin contributing, you just need to sign-up as an author and you can start submitting content. Once finalized, authors’ articles appear on the home page and get shared on our channels. Once you join, you can connect to our community by visiting the Stream, our central communication hub.

If you like our content and would like to support us, you can follow Post Millennial on Facebook and Twitter.

Our Principles

We recognize that content on generations can take my forms. While we don’t want to limit expression on the site, we’ve devised a list of principles that can guide the tone of content on the site.

Here they are:

Personal Narratives: To share our stories and vision with the world

Shared Realities: To connect on key points of intersection to manifest collective vision

Meaning: To discern what is meaningful in our lives

Authenticity: To express our true, unfiltered selves

Spirituality: To embrace our points of connection and being

Organic Creation: To allow our collective vision to unfold organically

Serving: To serve and give fully with our hearts

Generational Perspectives: To understand our place in history and in the world

Diversity: To give space for all perspectives