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How you fought back to attacks on social media

Celebrities, athletes, even President Barack Obama read out mean tweets with Jimmy Kimmel. How did you fight back when social media got mean? A group of students in Thunder Bay responded to what police describe as extreme racism on Facebook with a rally.


Rena Bivens is our guest. She is the Banting Fellow at the School of Journalism and Communications at Carleton University.


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