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Clicktivism is having a renaissance

In the early 2010s, in the wake of the Moldovan parliamentary election protests and Occupy Wall Street, digital observers coined the term “clicktivism” in an effort to delegitimize cyberactivism. Malcolm Gladwell even went so far as to assert that clicktivism (or slacktivism as…

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Tre Vayne

Tre Vayne

I am a writer, content creator, and comedian based in Los Angeles. Big fan of food, philosophy, and reality TV.

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