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What you shouldn’t be sharing on social media (access required)

The last year presented its fair share of challenges and tensions across the country, fueling unprecedented discourse over key political and social issues that left the nation divided. In the 21st century, when people feel strongly about an issue, social media has become an outlet to air grievances and engage with likeminded people. While freedom ...

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