Tag Archives: Tulia Thompson

Neoliberalism and the Energy Deficit for Social Activism

Tulia Thompson makes the connections between the impact of neoliberal policies and our capacity to engage in social activism. This article was written in mid 2013 and makes reference to the state of the welfare system in Aotearoa New Zealand, and political leaders in that country (John Key, Prime Minister and Paula Bennett, Minister for […]

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Facebook: A Cautionary Tale

Social media getting you down? This cautionary tale by Tulia Thompson is republished from her blog Pasifikan in Aotearoa.  The Facebook: a cautionary tale of silliness for writers and artists and feminists, and everyone who procrastinates and looks at pictures of kitties…  I wake up again and it’s hot, and it’s the afternoon, And the things I […]

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