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theGRIO REPORT – This week, Jada resorted to social media to use the platform as a way to speak out against her sexual assault and draw support from users as a way to combat rape culture.
Stand up. Speak out. Fight back!
After the deadly Isla Vista rampage by an alienated young man who used social media to announce his plans to kill, social media struck back — with the hashtag #YesAllWomen .
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“3. The level of hateful tweets went from zero to off the charts. With many of these trolls, I would respond once and then block them, or just block them. One such troll, @vincentBrook666, tweeted the following to me in all caps.”
Thank you to Martha Wood for tweeting about this.
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Experts weigh in on an 11-year-old boy’s relatives beating him with a belt because of what he posted on Facebook.
Shaming is not a good thing.
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The social media prowess of one Asian American activist is driving the mainstream media to distraction. Why do they care so much?
Nice nice fighter!
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A Southern California woman faces a murder charge in the fatal beating of a woman outside a Santa Ana night club last weekend.
Allegedly Pham accidently walked in front of a camera.
From the video it seems like a mob attacked her.
I’m wondering if this can be considered a hate crime.
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