2022: Creating a Lexicon of Future

Youthquake — coined in the 1960s by the then editor of Vogue magazine Diana Vreeland — was originally a cultural movement that involved music, pop culture, and shaped the fashion industry. The word staged a comeback in the wake of the British polls in June 2017, when young voters almost carried the Labour Party to an unlikely victory. But this political awakening of the oft-maligned millennial generation is not just happening in the UK. Other examples include France, where we’ve seen Macron rise to power on the backs of the young, and the…

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Ruth Glendinning

Ruth Glendinning

Poet // Future Story Lab // Lexicon of Future // Anti-Fragile Playbook // Peace Economics // FundHer Network // Originator S.L.O.W. Tech // #womenswork