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Collective Voice

Martin McSweeney

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Voter Supression

Jill McSweeney

Test OpEd 2

Collective Voice

Martin McSweeney

Ever considered participating in collective good?

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The proposition is simple, join a list of resisters, from which you can opt out at any time. Messaging is then presented to the community daily to amplify and 

The proposition is simple, join a list of resisters, from which you can opt out at any time. Messaging is then presented to the community daily to amplify and depending on your policy 

The proposition is simple, join a list of resisters, from which you can opt out at any time. Messaging is then presented to the community daily 

Test OpEd 2

Jill McSweeney

Voter Supression

For a couple of months now, my colleagues and I have been putting together a framework to potentially marshal the awesome power that social media has for good. Having spent six months studying and extensively participating, it has highlighted to me the power it has, to really help move the dial on political messaging. Anyone who follows me and has viewed the content I have created, is left in no doubt as to my politics and my commitment to a better future for America.


Much is said about social media and I often see posts where people say, 'nobody is listening to me', or 'I'm wasting my time because nobody sees me'. If it's one thing I've learned, it's that friends or followers on social media are different. We develop a circle of virtual friends that we bond with in this space. Others are acquaintances, some fleeting and some may later join our closer circle, as we better get to know them. Humans are by nature social animals and the need to interact with others, is what makes social media so addictive. We like to be liked, however much we may claim not to care.