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Witch-identified folks are sharing spells online in an act of magical resistance in advance of the U.S. election. (Shutterstock)

This Halloween, witches are casting spells to defeat Trump and #WitchTheVote in the U.S. election

As the U.S. election approaches, various groups have mobilized to vote. But witches have taken it a little further, organizing online spellcasting meet-ups to engage in magical resistance.
In 2015, Canadians across the country organized in support of Syrian refugees arriving in the country; these rallies were planned online. (Mike Gifford/flickr)

Leading an online social movement requires offline work

Online social movements are not leaderless. On the contrary, leadership duties are often assumed by identifiable individuals committed to doing leadership work.
A recent study uncovered a variety of surprising ways that people used Tinder in their lives. (Shutterstock)

How Tinder is being used for more than just hook-ups

Tinder was developed as a dating app, but research has found that some find it useful for promotional campaigns and artistic purposes.
Cyclists take over the Sydney Harbour Bridge during a Critical Mass protest event in 2000. City of Sydney Archives: Tim Cole 'Circular Quay' Collection: 87824

On the Battle of Seattle’s 20th anniversary, let’s remember the Aussie coders who created live sharing

In 1999, ahead of World Trade Organisation protests, a group of Australian activists created the first open internet publishing platform. This technology is the basis of the internet we know today.
Vermont Democratic gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist, holding clipboard, a transgender woman, during her election night party in Burlington, Vt., Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2018. AP Photo/Charles Krupa

Sex and gender diversity is growing across the US

Christine Hallquist this week became the first trans person to win a major party’s gubernatorial nomination. The percentage of trans adults has doubled since 2008. What’s responsible for that change?
From the comfort of home, an activist shares an online petition. AP Photo/Federica De Caria

‘Slacktivism’ that works: ‘Small changes’ matter

Much social good can come from mass involvement – and research shows that includes online activism. The bigger picture takes in all those people who care but are at risk of doing nothing.

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