Anyone experiencing fatigue over millennial bashing may find actor Matt Damon’s take refreshing.
“My generation had our heads up our own asses. That was Gen X. Today’s generation is so much smarter and interested in fixing these issues,” he told journalists at the Sundance Film Festival this week.
The issue the Bourne Identity actor is interested in is a water crisis that has left 663 million people without access to clean drinking water. Damon spoke of becoming a cofounder in 2009 of Water.org, a nonprofit that delivers microfinance loans to water-deprived communities.
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