France is currently experiencing a wave of protests after people organized on social media to demand the elimination of a new fuel tax.
The effects of the Columbine and Parkland shootings have striking parallels, and important differences
The app, which is widespread and instrumental to the protests, has been taking censorship blows.
Hurricane Maria is causing serious damage, but the media is failing to cover it.
With controversial events like Charlottesville, politicians and citizens alike are using social media to weigh in.
See what you missed this week: From France and India, to Turkey and Venezuela.
Last weekend, 4.6 million participants across the world flocked to around 550 different cities for the same protest: the Women’s March. The event is being recorded as the largest protest in U.S. history. So we must ask the question, how are events of this global
The dates January 20th and 21st have been on everyone’s minds for a long time – and we’re finally here. On Friday, the inauguration for President-Elect Donald J. Trump. On Saturday, the highly-anticipated Women’s March on Washington. The inauguration celebrations kicked off Wednesday night, with
Social media has transformed community organizing. Every day, individuals are able to connect with millions of people online to spread information and mobilize others to take action. On Tuesday, the #NoDAPL movement tapped into online networks to build their following and organize protests on a global
Five days after she posted a Facebook video of police officers using aggressive force against protestors at the Dakota Access Pipeline, Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman was arrested and charged with “participating in a riot.” According to a PBS report, the coverage Goodman was arrested for showed security guards