While many still wish to denounce hashtag activism as narcissistic, lazy, and ultimately devoid of real solutions, I have to firmly disagree.
The hashtag was trending on Twitter on Saturday.
Of all of the incredible work I get to do at Glamour -- the Women of the Year Awards, putting heroes like First Lady Michelle Obama on the cover -- this is the stuff that fires me up most. Why? Because this next generation of girls has really got something.
In 2014, we saw more and more high-profile women not only defend feminism, but define what it means: The simple belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities.
“Hashtags are temporary, but knowledge is not temporary… Once you learn something, you won’t forget you had that experience
#FixingChicago means building community gardens and teaching people how to grow their own healthy food — KeshRue (@KeshRue
Twitter is the equivalent of the town square or the National Mall in Washington, D.C. for Millennials.