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Flickr a focal point for predicting worldwide protest locations

Flickr a focal point for predicting worldwide protest locations 6 billion photos, has become a useful tool for tracking protest movements worldwide, a study has found.The word “protest” was translated into 33 different languages, and in conjunction with data taken from The Guardian, Alanyali used data analysis to find out the relationship between the publication of protest activity in the press and corresponding tags on Flickr.

Inauguration crowds are looking puny compared to Women's March crowds

Inauguration crowds are looking puny compared to Women's March crowds Sorry, Trump, but these Women's March crowds are YUGE.Ladies from around the world got in formation to take part in the Women's March on Washington following Trump's inauguration, and the crowds are downright bigly.

Hey Trump, check out these YUGE Women's March crowds across America

Hey Trump, check out these YUGE Women's March crowds across America The Women's March on Washington has taken solidarity to a whole other level.On Saturday, the peaceful protest, which took place in Washington D.

Women in this country are marching for their right to go out

Women in this country are marching for their right to go out 21, the world was taken over by women's marches.While America marched against President Trump, Indian women took to the streets to reclaim their right to public spaces.

Protesters hang "Resist" banner from crane visible from the White House

Protesters hang "Resist" banner from crane visible from the White House A group of Greenpeace protesters scaled a crane in close proximity to the White House on Wednesday morning and hung a giant banner reading "RESIST," an act of defiance that was visible from the White House.Travis Nichols, a spokesman for the environmental group, said the protesters are encouraging resistance to Trump and his agenda.

Airport protests against Muslim ban spread across the U.S. via social media

Airport protests against Muslim ban spread across the U.S. via social media Organising on social media under the hashtag #MuslimBan, Americans gathered at airports across the country Saturday to protest President Donald Trump's travel ban on Muslim immigrants.Kennedy International Airport (JFK) was flooded with hundreds of protestors.

All the best protest signs from the weekend of Muslim ban demonstrations

All the best protest signs from the weekend of Muslim ban demonstrations While the Women's March took place in streets and parks, the Muslim ban protests extended to major airports across the U.There were also signs protesting Trump directly and calling for his impeachment.

Seth Meyers takes his 'Closer Look' at Trump's 'sloppy and discriminatory' Muslim ban

Seth Meyers takes his 'Closer Look' at Trump's 'sloppy and discriminatory' Muslim ban Here's the Seth Meyers break down we've been waiting for.In the segment's latest edition, the Late Night host takes "A Closer Look" at the second consecutive weekend of nationwide protests against Donald Trump - and more specifically, at the "sloppy and discriminatory" ban he issued against refugees and visitors from seven majority-Muslim countries.

So many people decided to #DeleteUber the company had to automate the process

So many people decided to #DeleteUber the company had to automate the process If you thought your weekend hangover was hard to deal with, be thankful you're not Uber.#DeleteUber swept the social media landscape as angry, now-former Uber users shared their reasons for deleting the app.

Beautiful photo of Jewish and Muslim families bonding at protest will give you hope

Beautiful photo of Jewish and Muslim families bonding at protest will give you hope The photograph shows two families: two fathers and their two children — interacting, smiling and holding up signs in the midst of the protest.On the left, a Muslim family — Fatim Yildirim of Schaumburg, Illinois, carrying his 7-year-old daughter, Meryem, on his shoulders.

Meet the woman making consumer boycotts great again

Meet the woman making consumer boycotts great again She put a twist on Donald Trump’s vulgar words with her #GrabYourWallet campaign, which quickly spread across social media.The company was clearly shaken by the experience; it spent the next couple days running digital ads touting Kalanick's opposition to Trump's ban and launching PR-friendly shows of support for affected drivers.

/pol/ sets the record straight

/pol/ sets the record straight File: (26 KB, 320x480)ftfw black and was at the LIE Berkley protests defending Milo and all of the nummie Antipas were dead ass afraid of meand I even blathered one in the head after he bumped into meAdmit it moi!You guys want negro strength when it is on your sideI don' t have a problem with black people unlike most of mot’.

New Facebook bot helps you find upcoming protests near you

New Facebook bot helps you find upcoming protests near you The bot will also alert you when new protests pop up.We felt we could contribute by creating a bot that helps people get organized," he said.

Holiday takes an anti-Trump turn with #NotMyPresidentsDay protests

Holiday takes an anti-Trump turn with #NotMyPresidentsDay protests The annual President's Day holiday had a distinct Donald Trump touch in 2017 thanks to a series of protests around the country where participants transformed the anti-Trump #NotMyPresident hashtag into a #NotMyPresidentsDay rallying call." Meanwhile, protesters around the country were less festive, taking to the streets to protest the president.