The Huffington Post
March 3, 2013
Rabbi Joshua Stanton
Associated Director, Center for Global Judaism
What does it mean to “mobilize” a movement for social justice in the Internet Age? The word “mobilization” has strong associations for the Boomer Generation, when organizing hundreds to march, rally or take part in a sit-in was the visible manifestation of social justice activism.
But to the Millennial Generation (often thought of as those born since 1981), which grew up immersed in new technologies, it might mean something quite different — even if the impact is every bit as significant.
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