Fifty years after King was assassinated, we review King's lesser known legacy and how it is used against activists today.
Technology and social media has made it easy to engage with a cause by clicking a “like” button or by sharing an online petition. But so-called “hashtag activism” is becoming more popular in the wake of a divisive election, and it’s sparking robust engagement in real life. We explore how local activists are protesting via technology.
- Laura Moser Writer; founder, Daily Action; @lcmoser
- Erick Sanchez Senior Advisor, Frontier Solutions; activist and community organizer
- Shoshana Weismann Digital Director, Opportunity Lives; @OppLives
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