#Notguilty

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  • #Notguilty Sierra Christensen
  • Ask yourself 2 questions
  • Social Media
  • Ione Wells was walking home from the train station in London after a night out with friends, when she was sexually assaulted by a young man who had followed her from the station. After publicly publishing a letter to her attacker, she created the campaign #Notguilty. She created the campaign to help others who have been sexually assaulted speak out.
  • Think what you can not do
  • Ask yourself 2 questions when on social media: Why do you feel this injustice? And, How, in recognizing these reasons, can I go about reversing them?
  • Injustice
  • We can start using social media as a tool for social justice, to educate and stimulate dialogs, to make those in position of authority aware of an issue by listening to those directly affected.
  • Criticism and insult
  • In situations where you can 't go about how you'd reverse this feeling of injustice, you can still think maybe about what you can not do, you can not build further walls by fighting injustice with prejudice, more hatred. You can not speak over those directly affected by injustice, and you can not react to injustice to forget about it the next day because social media moved on.
  • We might be angry, upset, or energized by injustice, but lets consider our responses. Let us hold people to account, without descending into a culture that thrives off shaming and injustice ourselves. Let us remember that distinction.
  • Let us not forget before we speak, just because we might have a screen in front of us. When we create noise on social media, let it not drown out the needs of those affected, but instead let it amplify their voices, so the internet becomes a place where you're not the exception if you speak out about something that has actually happened to you.
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