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  • Social Media and 2020: Is your social media feed helping or hurting democracy?

    What’s on your social media feed is a big issue for the political season? Social media giants like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are adjusting what you see and don’t see. Could this hurt democracy? Jonathan Nagler, the co-director of NYU's Center for Social Media and Politics, breaks down how information is filtered on social media.

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  • Social Media and 2020: Is your social media feed helping or hurting democracy?

    What’s on your social media feed is a big issue for the political season? Social media giants like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are adjusting what you see and don’t see. Could this hurt democracy? Jonathan Nagler, the co-director of NYU's Center for Social Media and Politics, breaks down how information is filtered on social media.

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  • 5 Political Fashion Brands Making Social Change

    This piece appears as part of our initiative on Identity & Representation, a six-month-long project highlighting different facets of identity and how they shape the practices, conventions, and conversations happening in the Highsnobiety world. Head here for the full series. Fashion is inherently political. Not only does the industry shape our views on gender, luxury, and desire, it relies [

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