Internet tech tools are mobilizing collective action and revolutionizing ways to start a revolution.
Innovative ways to influence public policy
The author initiates a conversation about the new role of nonprofit organizations in the current social media and/or technology revolution and invites readers to continue the discussion.
The Internet will increasingly be used to build momentum for social change.
Social media is helping people self-assemble for social action.
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