NOTE: We initially hosted this workshop on June 25th and July 9th, and have received many requests from companies and schools to have us present it for their community. Interested in bringing it to YOUR staff? Learn more.
- How is racism baked into social media platforms like Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat?
- Where should girls start when it comes to speaking up on their platforms?
- How can we all find ways to become better, more authentic activists?
- How can we truly make a difference in all the noise of social media?
- How can we make sure our efforts are sustainable?
In this talk – designed for girls, educators, and parents of all backgrounds – diversity expert and Education Outreach Manager Amanda Mozea discusses the steps it takes – for girls and for everyone – to be authentic social media activists, especially in this present movement. From reflection and education to self-care, we will provide actions, examples, and inspiration for how to be effective, long-term social media activists. The Virtual Talk, which includes a Q&A is designed to run anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes.
Come alone or with your girl(s) to launch an engaging conversation.
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