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We get more followers in times of crisis’: As pandemic limits in-person action, activism goes digital

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We get more followers in times of crisis’: As pandemic limits in-person action, activism goes digital

Description (Dublin Core)

PHOENIX – Civil rights marches. Anti-war protests. Rallies against gun violence.

Public demonstrations historically have involved the “mass mobilization of bodies,” according to Tiera Rainey, program director for the Tucson Second Chance Community Bail Fund and an organizer with Black Lives Matter Tucson.

But when the novel coronavirus struck, prompting warnings against crowds and close contact, Arizona’s new reality of social distancing forced organizers to rethink that framework.
By Jessica Myers and Vandana Ravikumar/Luce Foundation: Southwest Stories Fellowship

Date (Dublin Core)

September 21, 2020

Creator (Dublin Core)

Jessica Myers
Vandana Ravikumar

Contributor (Dublin Core)

Erin Craft

Event Identifier (Dublin Core)

Cronkite-Luce Fellowship

Partner (Dublin Core)

Arizona State University

Type (Dublin Core)

link

Link (Bibliographic Ontology)

Publisher (Dublin Core)

Cronkite News

Controlled Vocabulary (Dublin Core)

English Protest
English Social Issues
English Community & Community Organizations
English Technology

Curator's Tags (Omeka Classic)

activism
advocacy
internet
funding
social change
virtual

Contributor's Tags (a true folksonomy) (Friend of a Friend)

lucegrant

Collection (Dublin Core)

Luce Grant

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Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

10/01/2020

Date Modified (Dublin Core)

10/01/2020
10/21/2020

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