What makes millennial Black activism different from the civil rights activists of the 1950s and 1960s? What is the politics of respectability, and why do contemporary Black feminists reject it?

A. two Short Answer Questions For the first page
Submit your responses – 1 page single-spaced.
1. What makes millennial Black activism different from the civil rights activists of the 1950s and 1960s? What is the politics of respectability, and why do contemporary Black feminists reject it?
2. What makes online engagement and activism, including the creation of successful hashtags, a meaningful
form of democratic participation? What are the limits to Internet activism, and how do Black femininst
activists work to use the Internet to full advantage?

B, for the second page/ single space / go to

Watch Sarah J. Jackson’s Lightning Talk “#Hashtag Activism: The Rise and Influence of Networked Counterpublics”
from Boston Civic Media’s third annual conference, Civic Imagination: Designing and Building a Better Future, on
June, 3rd 2017.

Naomil Wadler, an 11-year-old speaks out, at the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, for all the African-
American girls who have been left out of the gun violence discussion. Wadler led a walkout at her elementary
school to bring attention to the gun violence in schools across the country.
https://www.cc.com/video/u5f9mt/the-daily-show-with-trevor-noah-black-eye-on-america-what-is-black-twitter
This episode is called BLACK EYE ON AMERICA – WHAT IS BLACK TWITTER? 04/03/2017 In this episode, Roy Wood Jr.
examines how the black community has effectively appropriated Twitter.
Jackson argues for regarding Black feminist work as an important contribution to the democratic process. After
watching these videos, how is Black feminist work apparent in things like Black Twitter and in speeches like Naomi
Wadler? What stood out to you in these three videos? How are they similar/connected with each other and how are
they different, especially in light of the chapter, #Hashtag Activism: The Rise and Influence of Networked
Counterpublics? write one page, single spaced.

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