Fed Up Army Ranger’s Stark Response to #BringBackOurGirls Shows the Vanity of ‘Hashtag Activism’

Fed Up Army Ranger’s Stark Response to #BringBackOurGirls Shows the Vanity of ‘Hashtag Activism’

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Hashtaging seems to quickly be replacing selfies (thank God for small favors) on social media sites. However, in reality, does it really help? Not really.

U.S. officials and even the first lady think they are actually accomplishing something by hashtagging ‘Bring back our girls’ in regard to the 276 kidnapped girls in Africa. This fed-up Army ranger sent a hashtagged message to these officials and the first lady, and I think he’s made a very good point.

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