Planning Dirty: 100+ Brand Responses to Black Lives Matter
We've highlighted their responses, their actions and some reactions.
Vice: On Instagram, Artists Are Creating a Shareable Language of Protest
Through art, even people who don't "get political" on social media are getting engaged in the Black Lives Matter movement.
BBC: The '3.5% Rule': How a Small Minority Can Change the World
Nonviolent protests are twice as likely to succeed as armed conflicts – and those engaging a threshold of 3.5% of the population have never failed to bring about change.
New York Times: TikTok (Yes, TikTok) Is the Future
Whether serious or silly, TikTok is an outlet for expression unlike anything that came before.
New York Times: Tech Is Global. Right?
The internet is evolving from a homogeneous blob into something more like the diverse world.