The new black alpha generation post-Brexit

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Blair, Thomas L
Editions Blair
Date of publication
21 October 2019
Community Development and Regeneration, Minority Groups
Social welfare
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In his latest E-book, Thomas L Blair discusses Black Britain's Alpha-Generation, those children born after 2010.

More at ease with social media, these children have the ability to lead the call for equality and justice.

Blair suggests there could be an up side to engaging with mobile devices from a young age. As they grow up learning to engage with AI, they will also learn how to challenge stagnant political systems with their interactive gaming skills. 

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