The Power of a Woman with a Meme

Via Morra Aarons-Mele – Harvard Business Review:

This election cycle was filled with derisive remarks about rape, birth control, and pay equity. The internet, through social media, provided a safe space for women to act on, create communities around, and have conversations about these issues — and generate gaffe-specific memes that went viral. For Democratic candidates up and down the ticket, this spelled victory.

Read more: The Power of a Woman with a Meme – Morra Aarons-Mele – Harvard Business Review.

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