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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
Scan of a vintage photo of Henry Ford riding in a Model-T car, which is emblazoned Fifteen Millionth Car.
Funding by Dorothy Kim & Eunsong Kim on April 7th, 2014
You don’t need to speak for us -- we are talking.
The memorial statue in Glendale.
Funding by Kiriko Kikuchi & Dorothy Kim on April 7th, 2014
We Are Not Your Clickbait.
A tweet showing a screenshot of Google image search results for the phrase 'asians' which displayed stereotypical images and mostly fake inspirational posters. The text of the tweet reads: This is what I get when I google 'asians'. So yes, we need to have a #NotYourAsianSidekick convo because we matter.
Mythology by Suey Park & Eunsong Kim on March 17th, 2014
Twitter activism is not to be dismissed. Although Twitter exists to generate revenue off advertisements and corporations, it can also be used subversively - to go beyond imperial timelines.
Elly Blue, the author of this piece, posing with a handful of issues of Taking the Lane, her zine about bicycling and feminism. Blue is grinning. In the background a sign for her publishing company is taped to a cinderblock wall.
Form by Elly Blue on February 3rd, 2014
Writing, Organizing and Distributing Community Zines