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    About This Project

    Given the growing ubiquity of media technology and ongoing state of social and political unrest, activism among college students has changed in recent years. Yet, little is known with regard to exactly how. In partnership with the Activist Millennials Project, this study seeks to understand the role of activist new media in contemporary student activism and social just work in college. Key findings from this study will empower college students engaged in similar work with effective strategies and tactics of digitally-enabled social change.
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