Austin, TX April 25, 2015
Our Internet, Ourselves
The internet--notoriously derided as a hostile, impersonal space--offers reproductive justice activists bold new ways of talking about everything from abortion to criminal justice reform to immigration policy, but only when we embrace it not as merely another tool for communication, but as a lived reality, as a place we inhabit. How can we approach social media use not as "users" seeking "engagement," but as humans hell-bent on connecting with other people to make change?