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One of the first questions that CMJ clients ask is “How do I get more followers on Twitter?” Twitter is a conversation, and measuring how effective Twitter is in achieving your goals should be rooted in its conversational nature. While the number of followers you have is the most obvious measure of your Twitter cred, it doesn’t get into the gritty of two important Twitter metrics: influence and reach.
As evictions and raids of Occupy encampments take place through out major cities this country, one thing is evident “You can’t evict an idea who’s time has come”.
As you’ve no doubt heard, AT&T is trying to swallow T-Mobile to the tune of $39 billion dollars and the results would be nothing short of disastrous—especially for Minnesotans of color and low-income communities throughout the state. In order to make sure this deal doesn’t happen, my organization and hundreds of others have worked tirelessly to fight this takeover as it goes through the lengthy legal review process in Washington.
While the European progressive and right wing political community have passionately debated and mutually denounced Breivik’s actions, and media pundits in both countries have debated the impact of this on European immigration policy and positions- the Left in the U.S. has said very little. I can’t understand why.
Q – What do you call a media empire that has been deliberately used to shape public opinion in favor of the Iraq, Afghanistan and now Libyan wars?
Will replacing a low-cost competitor with the most expensive phones in the market hurt or help Latino communities? What do you think?
Youth of color are in a manipulative, abusive relationship with the telecom industry. My take on a new report highlights why.
As a Black lesbian director of a media strategy and action center, GLAAD’s recent support of the AT&T merger makes me hopping mad.
As a leader in the Black Panther Party, my mother taught me that without the voices and visions of mothers, and their leadership at multiple levels, progressive movements cannot win.
In this edition of VisionTalk, Saru Jayaraman talks about how Restaurant Opportunities Centers United (ROC United) are building a powerful movement to improve the working conditions and wages of the nation’s 10 million restaurant workers.