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Minting Xenophobia: What We Can Learn From the AP’s NFT Error

The AP thought it was a good idea to sell NFTs, but then they tried to sell one with migrants in the image

Massimo Sestini — 2014: Refugees crowded together on a boat off the coast of Libya

In 2015, photographer Massimo Sestini documented refugees leaving their homelands for safety as they crossed the Mediterranean, hoping to seek asylum in Europe. Sestini’s photographs…




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Jamie Cohen

Jamie Cohen

Digital culture expert and meme scholar. Cultural and Media Studies PhD. Internet studies educator: social good, civic engagement and digital literacies

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