Since 2008, the illusion of prestige has deceived millions of Americans into working for free—or worse, paying to work.
Posts by Sarah Kendzior
On August 9, 2014, people had worried that Michael Brown would be forgotten. By September of that same year, it was clear no one would ever forget Brown, but what legacy his death would leave was in question.
The struggle of two Uzbek journalists shows how the “rules” of online activism—that social media campaigns can inspire widespread support and even changes in policy—are in fact the exception.