Pride month is upon us and it is important for us to diversify our social media feeds with LGBTQ+ influencers. Here are 10 queer creators to follow this month and every month!
Advocate for what you believe in and what you're passionate about! Tell your own story using digital media, images, and video or stand up for someone else's perspective. These resources help creators with advocacy, education, and protest.
With everyone's increased online activity, it's vital that every person feels comfortable, empowered, and free in digital spaces. There are countless tools out there to boost the accessibility of online content, but I've narrowed this list down to just the top 5.
In this article, I’ll go over the best way to create shareable videos for the political campaign you work for or support, making sure your content doesn’t sacrifice quality, professionalism, output pace, or distinctive styling. Here’s what you should know.
For violent or traumatizing footage shared on social media, content warnings or trigger warnings are needed, since these types of content can be severely harmful for audiences, especially those with related trauma. Add your own with this template.
There has been a troubling current of Instagram challenges that involve cyberbullying and encourage self-harm. I’m talking about the new 6inner Challenge and the Blue Whale Challenge that it copied: here's how people can stay safe.
Like the Vogue Challenge, the Essence Challenge encourages all Black creators to join the conversation and develop a larger movement toward inclusion & justice. But if you want to participate in the trend, it takes the right toolset – here's what you should know.
If you’re sharing videos that were recorded in public, it’s vital to protect the safety of everyone involved. This can mean redacting parts of audio, blurring faces, and obscuring license plates of the vulnerable individuals included in your photos and videos. Here’s how to do so online.