How students used social media and memes to change a University of Michigan sexual health policy

The University of Michigan has a long history of politically active movements, from the 1962 Port Huron Statement, the first-ever teach-in in 1965 and picket-sign style protests to fight segregation.  But today, students have a new form of political creativity: memes, Twitter updates and Instagram stories.  At the University of Michigan, a small group of … Continue reading How students used social media and memes to change a University of Michigan sexual health policy