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The Kennedys of the Digital Age? I’d say so.

Barack and Michelle Obama know how to use social media. And they know how to evoke emotion. Barack Obama’s success in 2008 and 2012 depended heavily on his campaign’s masterful use of digital media to draw in an unprecedented level of small donations from across the country. Today, Barack and Michelle continue to reign when it comes to social media.

Michelle has a total of 40.8 million followers on Instagram, while Barack trails her with 30.9 million. Despite Michelle’s nearly 10 million lead on her husband, Barack leads the incumbent Donald…

The importance of diversity in your feed

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If you’re like me and you spend a lot of time on social media, this article is for you. Before we begin, let’s cut to the chase. Grandparents and the like may lament their grandkids’ profuse use of mobile technology (it seems that the once-dominant greeting: “You’ve gotten so big!” has been replaced with: “You’re still on that goshdarn phone of yours!”). While our grandparents may have a point, social media is here to stay. Rather than rejecting the revolutionary technology, we may as well learn to use it better. …

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*In this article, you’ll learn about the transition from small-scale to industrial agriculture, and how this transition created an unequal system of food distribution that disproportionately impacts communities of color within the United States.

It goes without saying that food is a complex and dynamic subject within human cultures. As cultural and political issues evolve, so too do thoughts, trends, and policies regarding food. In recent decades, individuals have become more aware of the cultural, economic, environmental, and ethical implications of food production and distribution. In the wake of such awareness, interest in food-related issues has proliferated across the globe.

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On Friday, May 29, Trump tweeted the following statement:

“These THUGS are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd, and I won’t let that happen. Just spoke to Governor Tim Walz and told him that the Military is with him all the way. Any difficulty and we will assume control, but when the looting starts, the shooting starts. Thank you!”

This tweet came in response to the George Floyd protests, which started on May 26 in Minneapolis and spread across the United States within a matter of days. On Memorial Day, Black American George Floyd was murdered by a group of…

Gabriella Muñoz

Idc (I do care); Slow Journalism

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