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FOL­LOW NEWS AC­COUNTS Keep­ing up-to­date is su­per im­por­tant in stay­ing woke, and thanks to so­cial me­dia it’s easy to be con­nected. Fol­low ac­counts like ABC News, NPR and the New York Times

on Twit­ter to get reg­u­lar up­dates.


GET MARCH­ING From women’s marches to protests for gun con­trol in the US, there have been a num­ber of global demon­stra­tions in the last year. So next time a march or protest is go­ing down in your area, go along if it’s a cause you’re pas­sion­ate about.


SHARE WHAT YOU LEARN Now, we’re not say­ing this is your pass to get preachy, but it’s im­por­tant to have con­ver­sa­tions with friends and fam­ily to make sure those around you are woke. Hear­ing dif­fer­ent per­spec­tives on is­sues is a great way to open your mind even more.


START A MOVE­MENT Make like any of these so­cially woke ac­tivists and start your own move­ment. What are you pas­sion­ate about? If some­thing moves you, then go with that – start a pe­ti­tion, in­ves­ti­gate how you can help and add your voice to the con­ver­sa­tion.

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