Lockdown has meant an increased amount of time dedicated to social media, and with it, increased engagement in current events. From documenting instances of police brutality; to covering multiple causes of public protest, social media has magnified this coverage.
However has more coverage desensitised us to these events or has this increased visibility applied more pressure for our society to change?
In our featured story below, we touch on the most concerning story dominating public attention right now, spurred on by social media outrage - and rightly so. But what we mustn't forget is to educate and inform ourselves & others, and not stop at performative action through clicks alone.
We must put in the work and guard against all oppression - read on to make a start.