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Imao, Kahlo Julia



Amidst a global pandemic, we are unable to physically build barricades and gather to resist us we once had before. But when our freedom is threatened by a tyrant, we cannot sit idly by and watch as the very freedom we had fought for 50 years ago is trampled upon once more. Democracy demands to be fought for, and we are left no choice but to adapt to our current situation and protect it every way we can. Social media has many negative connotations attached to it, but we must learn to utilize it as an instrument of expressing our dissent towards an unjust government and proliferating important information. Shifting political activism to an online setting has its weaknesses, our presence merely apparitions. However, these apparitions, though not physically there, are no less faltering and our barricade, unwavering.