First day in Office ( social media /2)

Social media is not a non- progressive entity but, it is forever changing. It is gaining popularity with political leaders and they are joining the conversation. Social media is evolving into a forum where people are able to access their mayors, governors, senators and other political leaders of their communities. I personally appreciate this kind of access because of my passion for human rights. Although our political system may not be seen as respectable social media gives a chance to hold our leaders accountable for issues in our community . Ignorance of the communities’ issues will not be an excuse for government as an effect of social media. A major part of solving problems are identified through conversations In all social media has proven to be a necessary part of our generation.

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About vin4mayor

I am MarVin! I come from an extremely large family where we solved disagreements through voting by popular demand. I wish the world was like my family but that would be too much like perfect. I am communication major with a passion for human rights and betterment for less fortunate. I hope to be an International Journalist who focuses on lifestyle comparisons for example,the rich vs. poor. I hope you all read it in the future.
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One Response to First day in Office ( social media /2)

  1. It really is amazing how strong people’s opinions come out via social media. Whenever DOMA was denied, I found out first through Twitter. It was amazing seeing everyone’s reactions on the subject. Most people were overjoyed and filled with pride. However, there were definitely some haters out there who would, no doubt, make sure that everyone was to see their opinion on the matter, Political issues will always cause drama because everyone always has one. Social media makes it easier for those opinions to develop and spread across the globe. I think that a lot of the human rights’ issues will soon be cleared up, thanks in large part to social media. The more we talk about it, then the faster we can educate people and change their negative opinions!

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