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Lips pictured through a camera lens, making the 'shh' gesture.
Issue 18 by Nikki Murray on March 16th, 2015
Only the stories of those who are entirely sympathetic, that did all the right things, that say all the right words - those who have the privilege to speak publicly - will be heard.
Image of a target with bullseye.
Issue 17 by Mikki Kendall on February 23rd, 2015
The rules never really change, but the potential for harm keeps escalating.
Petri dish in a lab environment.
Surveillance by Dorothy Kim on October 7th, 2014
Now Twitter is the panoptic medium.
Rope wound around a metal cylinder.
Sex and Sexuality by Lesli-Ann Lewis on September 8th, 2014
There is another sexual revolution happening, and it's online now.
Social media logos for Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, RSS, Blogger and others transposed on a series of rainbow-colored chalks.
Social Media by Andrea Garcia-Vargas on August 11th, 2014
Grappling with social media’s dual nature as both an outlet and a trigger for depression.
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.
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.
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.
A screenshot of The Nation's article on Toxic Twitter Feminism as it appears on their website. A tiny magazine in the top corner shows that this article was on the front page of the print subscription.
Form by Suey Park & David J. Leonard on February 3rd, 2014
Call-out culture, gentrification on social media and the politics of feminist discourse online.