Instagram and activism – How to use social media to support movements

Instagram and activism – How to use social media to support movements

Have you noticed that the media has slowed its cover on the Black Lives Matter protests, even though they are still occurring all over the world? Take a moment to consider why that might be. Every day, more news is broadcasted and more issues hit our screens. It’s not that the issues that are not being broadcasted or talked about are unimportant – because they most definitely are – but the media can’t cover the same stories everynight, no matter how relevant or powerful they are. Despite this, we all still want to keep up with these topics and know what’s going on with the movements that are changing our world. That’s why it’s up to us – Gen Z – to research and spread awareness on the news that is so very relevant to us.

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The Passion Project: Part One

The Passion Project: Part One

Have you ever had a hobby, activity, idea, or job that you found yourself really enthusiastic about, and as a privilege rather than a boring task? It could be a sport like surfing or basketball, an artistic activity like embroidery and jewellery making, or even something creative, like writing and singing. You may not know it, but it could actually be your passion!

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10 things I’m looking forward to doing after quarantine

10 things I’m looking forward to doing after quarantine

It’s true, quarantine is hard time for all of us. As much as we can make the most of it and keep safe, we all have things that we wish we were doing instead. Wether it’s hanging out with your friends, going to the library or dancing to your favourite tunes at a live concert, we can all relate to how much we miss doing the things we used to take for granted. So I made a list of all of the things that I’m looking forward to doing once quarantine is over. Stay safe everyone!

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