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Twitter for Social Activism | Register here
Join us for a talk and hands-on training with Pam Holland of TechMoxie to learn how you can use Twitter as a tool for good - safely and with confidence. What we will cover:
Understanding privacy settings and account security
Setting up an account that protects your anonymity
All about posting, commenting, and "liking" including understanding what is private and what is public.
Finding and supporting accounts that are catalysts for change
All about composing and posting Tweets including #hashtags, mentioning other accounts, etc
Join WDC for this panel on women and the criminal justice system, moderated by Montgomery County State’s Attorney John McCarthy.
Aisha Braveboy, Prince George’s State’s Attorney
Anne Colt Leitess, Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney
Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore State’s Attorney
The panel will address how women experience the criminal justice system. Bring your questions about protection from domestic violence, access to training or education while incarcerated, the practice of shackling women during delivery, access to sanitary products, preparation and support for re-entry post incarceration and more.
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