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An accompanying hashtag, #WomenSupportingWomen, usually was the only sign of the campaign’s intent, along with friends’ Instagram handles to stimulate participation. And some users speedily commenced to question: What is the point?
To some observers of social media activism, #ChallengeAccepted represents a obvious case in point of