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Statue of Justice.
Issue 27 by Anjuan Simmons on September 18th, 2015
Technology companies today are increasingly colonial in their actions. This can be seen in the veneer of sovereignty they seek to cultivate, how they work across borders, their use of dominant culture as a weapon, and the clear belief that “superior” technology is a suitable excuse for lawlessness, exploitation and even violence.
Pile of multi-colored eggs.
Issue 27 by Cameron G. on September 15th, 2015
The industries we know and love are being built on our free labor, our hunt for “experience,” and our naivety about our worth.
Prints of multiple hashtag symbols on a concrete street.
Social Media by Dorothy Kim on June 30th, 2014
Feminist Killjoys, #TwitterPanic, And AAPI Feminist Digital Disruption
A 4chan comment: 'Good. If you have been following the Twitter, you'll see that a witch hunt is now underway. They recognized that most /pol/ accounts were black bitches. So now any Twitter accounts that aren't college educated white girls are outed as being fake. It's the perfect response to #solidarityisforwhitewomen.'
Social Media by I’Nasah Crockett on June 30th, 2014
I can’t help but see historical parallels in the multiple forms of antiblack backlash Black women have received on social media over the past few years.
A large 3D hashtag erected by painted boards of wood against a concrete background.
Social Media by Sydette Harry on June 30th, 2014
Media, Safety and Attribution in Online Activism