Social media can give you FOMO. But it can also bring good advice, positive affirmations, and heartwarming stories.
How a Facebook meme group became an archive for The Nakba.
Some of these feel a little TOO true…
This week, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, is testifying before Congress to discuss how the company handles user data. But how do teens feel about internet privacy?
Social media has become a powerful tool for activists and organizers to spread their message, stay informed, and build connections. Here, we’ve listed a number of core concepts for activists in the digital age to reflect on.
By: Ronvel Sharper and Brianna Ferrell/Richmond Pulse Editor’s Note: More than 90% of teens ages 13 -17 report going online…
As desktop computers give way to portable smartphones, young people are able to access the internet more than ever before. According a study by the Pew Research Center, 94% of teens between the ages of 13 and 17 use the internet every day, and 24% of teens go online “almost constantly.”
Last week, during widespread protests of the grand jury decision in St. Louis, one phrase showed up on protest signs all over the country, and got lots of play on social media: Black Lives Matter.
Imagine if there was a guardian angel that appeared right on your shoulder every time you were about to post something on social media, who says, “Hey you might regret that!”