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For young activists, video is their voice

Elisa Kreisinger, remixing for her blog at home in Cambridge, said video is an easier way to communicate and can make “more powerful statements.’’ Elisa Kreisinger, remixing for her blog at home in Cambridge, said video is an easier way to communicate and can make “more powerful statements.’’ (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
By Don Aucoin
Globe Staff / March 5, 2010

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When Elisa Kreisinger wanted to protest the newly diminished visibility of gay characters and story lines on television, she didn’t launch a petition drive or write an angry op-ed piece. Instead, like many other members of the YouTube generation for whom the visual language is a native tongue, she found a way to have her say with video rather than ... (Full article: 997 words)

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