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Quartz | 11.24.16

A new study suggests online harassment is pressuring women and minorities to self-censor

Alice E. Marwick

D&S fellow Alice E. Marwick wrote this op-ed discussing how online harassment disproportionately impacts women and minorities.

In a divisive time for American society, it’s crucial that everyone is heard. Social media companies need to take a stand and ensure that destructive online behavior doesn’t turn people away from sharing their voices.

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