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Everyone Can Learn From How Marginalized Communities Use Social Media

Why I think social media can be good for your mental health if you curate your communities

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AnAn increase in the use of social media directly corresponds to a decrease in overall mental health and well-being, according to a number of studies conducted in the past 10 years. This seems to be…




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Naomi Day

Naomi Day

Speculative fiction and Afrofuturist writer. Software engineer. US-based; globally oriented. I think and write about building new worlds.

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