How to avoid racism and sexism on social media

By Al Jazeera Staff The world is changing.

In the last few years, there has been a wave of online campaigns to combat racism, sexism and xenophobia.

Now, social media platforms have become more open to those with diverse identities.

Some of these campaigns have been spearheaded by celebrities, celebrities, activists and politicians.

However, others have been made possible by people like us.

We are the new generation.

We have the power to make a difference.

We can be a voice in the fight for equality.

This article was published in Al Jazeera’s The World in Action series, a series of investigative reports on global issues.

Al Jazeera has invited journalists to participate in the series to explore the challenges faced by women in society, and the ways in which we can use social media to spread the word about social change.

In 2016, we interviewed two of the best known female activists in the world: former Miss World, and actress and activist Celine Dion.

Now that they have become the most powerful female celebrities in the country, they will be the next generation of women activists.

The stories of the people we interviewed are part of The World In Action series: “How to Stop Racism and Sexism on Social Media” by Celine Dion, “How To Stop Sexism and Racism on Facebook” by Emma Watson and “How Do I Stop Racists on Facebook?” by Cady Stanton.

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