Aboriginal Advocacy Via Web 2.0 and Social Media

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Voice of Aboriginal advocacy via Web 2.0 and Social Media

Header Background Art – DRUM – by Jay Bell Redbird
Utilized by Amnesty International – “No More Stolen Sisters”

The goal of this blog is to become another ‘voice’ of Aboriginal advocacy regarding the missing and murdered Aboriginal sisters and to demonstrate that social change is happening through the power and influence Web 2.0 and social media platforms. That Web 2.0 and social media has in fact enhanced and enabled Aboriginal women’s advocacy in their personal fight against the persecution of their “Stolen Sisters” while encouraging advocacy mobilization of Aboriginal activism in a positive manner and thus is actually influencing positive social change for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadian people alike.

“Stolen Sisters” – Amnesty International, Stolen Sisters, Oct. 3, 2004, p.7social-media-activism-1

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