The surprising power of a movement once social media is taken away — Quartz

Public places are the architectural definitions of democracy’s foundational notions—that we are all together, of equal voice, and connected by a common set of aspirations. However, in the past decade, two types of public spaces have emerged: the real one, and the virtual one. And when either of these spaces comes under attack, it is…

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