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online abuse

Bright green whistle.
Issue 40 by Donyae Coles on August 17th, 2016
Handling of online abuse often leads to *further* oppression of marginalized voices.
A sticker on a metal pipe that reads "Safe?" in bold letters.
Issue 40 by Veve Jaffa on August 15th, 2016
Verification fragments an open platform based on social hierarchy and provides rewards and treatment accordingly.
A series of Bitcoin and blockchain charm logos strewn together on a chunky bronze jewelry chain.
Issue 39 by Emma Stamm on July 25th, 2016
Blockchain's scorecard on diversity is no better than the rest of the tech world. In fact, it is arguably worse.
Actor John Boyega as Finn in The Force Awakens, sitting at the weapons station of a spacecraft.
Issue 35 by Shafiqah Hudson on April 7th, 2016
Why is it so difficult for some readers and filmgoers to imagine that space, the dystopian or utopian future, or dragon/elf inhabited lands... might have Black people in them?
A ceiling light glowing in a dark room.
Issue 32 by Shanley Kane on February 4th, 2016
We never interrogate exactly what we have become aware of, or what it’s all been for.
Electric, rainbow-colored lights in the air, like a surreal lightning scape.
Issue 29 by Michael DeBerry on November 3rd, 2015
Great discussion doesn’t require personal attacks, or extremely harsh or offensive comments. Ditto wants to do without them.
Surgical cross-section of a brain with labeled parts.
Issue 28 by Melissa King on October 14th, 2015
Anti-content control rhetoric supplants widely-available psychological and sociological facts for misinformed opinions that are not only insufficient for helping others manage their own mental state, but offer wholly inadequate solutions for online abuse.