Similar to the Vietnam War era of protest, today’s teen are more engaged now than ever in political protest. Student protesters are taking it to the streets and the digital streets to let their voices be heard.
Victims of Bullying are taking their protest to social media. Teens are using their constitutional right to protest to bring awareness to bullying. Teens are protesting budget cuts at school that will eliminate music programs. Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook has become the venue for teens to engage in hashtag activism.
On this Episode of the Digital Parent Podcast, I sit down to talk with Parenting expert Annie Fox. Not only does Annie have years of experience writing books on parenting, but she has a lot of great war stories of being a student protester. Annie discusses her current journey of protesting women issues. Here are some of the questions I asked Annie:
Questions I Asked Annie about Student Protesting:
- What Should Parents Teach Teens About Protesting
- How can Victims of Bullying and Harassment Engage in Protest
- Do You View Student Protesting as a Barrier to Landing Scholarships
- Is There a Risk of Physical Harm While Protesting.
In this Episode, You Will Learn:
- The Laws that Cover Protesting
- How to Use Social Media as a Weapon of Empowerment
- Why Colleges Love Student Protestors
- How to Use Student Protests to Enhance College Resume
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How to Contact Annie on Social Media
Facebook: Annie Fox
Home Page: Anniefox.com
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