Jun 25 Posted 1 year ago
The key is to jump on the same hashtags ISIS is using. The countermessage might be calling them out for brutality and pushing alternative ways to resolve conflict. We can't expect social media to stop ISIS aggression, but we can offer a different vision to move the global audience away from ISIS's vision.
Jun 24 Posted 1 year ago
How does the counter messaging work without doing more harm than good?
Do you have any suggestions. tactics? #hashtags?
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