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  • Chandra Robb, Josie Tarr, Amy Koller, Chung-Hsuan Wu, Alexandria ChangEverything is created by one person. Twitters algorithm is biased. Each thing is being filter, even though it is factual, there is a biased thrown in.
  • Twitter, facebook, tumblr, etc. a way of connecting online. Made to network and connect people.
  • Seeing injustice and seeking change.
  • Using social media and electronic communication
  • Slacktivism is…. Doing little to support a cause, what one may believe in. And doing so from the comfort of your own home.
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    • 1. Information is… Biased
    • 2. Social Media is… Web Platform
    • 3. Social Activism is… Identifying/addressing injustice
    • 4. Online Activism is… Electronic call to action
    • 5. Slacktivism is... Supporting causes with passive effort
    • 6. This is what activism looks like #2014 The utilizing of web platforms to support and inform about a cause quickly