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Tweeting feminists exploring feminism and social media

After three months of extensive research and interviews, this is the final installment of my Ryerson University School of Journalism final year project exploring feminism and social media. The online estrogen revolution Sitting in her backyard in Tampa, FL., Angie Jackson is filming a YouTube video on her laptop. Looking directly into her webcam, she […]

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My feminism has grown along with the Internet

When I entered college in Chicago in 1993, I had no idea what email was. In fact, it took me almost all fall semester to send an email to my friend in Maine. But by the time I graduated, I had my own website and a pseudo-blog on it. What happened? The 1994 Republican takeover […]

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