It’s kind-of ironic that when the ‘Harry Potter’ books were being published, people were getting terrified that the books would encourage young people to start doing witchcraft and Satan-worship, and make us into awful people that would despise polite society.
If anything, the books made us do the opposite. The ‘Harry Potter’ books encouraged us to stand up for oppressed minorities, to question the establishment and to not blindly trust media organisations.
We understand that an authority is not perfect in everything it does, because we read how much Fudge and Scrimgeour messed things up with the Ministry. We know that media will always have an agenda, and often that it does not reflect reality, because we saw how the Daily Prophet altered news stories and took the Ministry line on things. We know that we must stand up for oppressed minorities, as we saw how house-elves, magical creatures, and muggle-borns were treated in the wizarding world.
We were with them with they found the stone, discovered the chamber and freed the prisoner. We were there in the Tri-wizard tournament, there in the department of mysteries and there learning about the half-blood prince. We were there at the battle of Hogwarts, when all seemed lost but hope survived and saved the day.
We were there, and we continue to be there. The wizarding world might have been saved, but our world still needs saving.