STREET BEAT: ‘What message is important to pass on to the next generation?’

Wendy Clayton

Los Angeles

“Common courtesy and respect. There’s no more ‘thank you’s’ or ‘excuse me’s.’ There is no awareness of others anymore.”

Carla Patrick 

Aurora, Colorado

“The idea of being flexible. No longer are there traditional paths to success or wealth or happiness. Don’t get stuck.  Be open and available for opportunity.”

Nam Bolour

Inglewood

“The way our country is going right now, I’m afraid things might fall apart, and the next generation might have a hard time putting it back together.” 

Maurice Munroe

Inglewood

“Be more accepting of people that we encounter that are different from us. … We should be more understanding and accepting.”

Compiled by Cynthia Gibson in Inglewood.

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