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      "DIVERSITY CHAMPION MEETS FIRST LADY OF BEER",
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      "In the first #Millenniheirs episode, ad agency executive Carl Desir and brewery owner Katarina Martinez sit down to discuss the different forms that “diversity” can take in the creative and craft beer industries, how they advocate for inclusion and the penchant for 5-to-9 side hustles. Carl comes to terms with being an AARP millennial, while Katarina recounts getting a cease-and-desist letter from Beyoncé herself.",
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      "GRAPHIC DESIGNER MEETS PUBLIC ART DIRECTOR",
    "content":
      "Jackson Green and Natalie Raben riff on their generation being snubbed before they even take the helm, inheriting a sense of community, and doing work that matters both personally and professionally.",
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      "SERVICE DESIGNER MEETS COMMUNITY ACTIVIST",
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      "Cross-disciplinary designer Mollie Ruskin and former Democratic Congressional candidate (NY-9) Adem Bunkeddeko talk about wearing the millennial label as a point of pride, taking a stance on social issues, and being more civically engaged than ever as a generation because there’s a lot more at stake. Mollie explains how resistance went mainstream through the performative nature of our online lives. Adem believes what millennials have inherited is essentially a fixer-upper – one too many parties, windows smashed, and a lot of work left to do. They both still prefer cash over Bitcoin.",
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      "Museum educator Darcy-Tell Morales and media producer Daria McCall share their take on collective impact, young people leading social change, and the importance of creating spaces that foster fearless self-expression for the next generation – because we’re all we really have. Together they attempt to understand just why they love Target so much but hate Walmart, and why they hate Amazon but can’t get enough of Prime. For Daria, avocado toast is just as important as buying a home. Darcy downloaded and signed up for a Stocks app once, and hasn’t opened it since.",
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