Yes, Social Media IS Fake

Editor's Note: Recently we were contacted by a smart, vivacious college senior who told us she'd become passionate about media literacy after seeing the impact of the media's representation of the female body upon several of her friends. Additionally, she recently experienced a very personal tragedy that further cemented her concerns and interest in media, particularly social media, and the role in plays in the lives of youth today. We thought it was important to share her story with you... Social media plays a key role in the lives of adolescents today. According the the Pew Research Center, as of 2018, 95% of high school aged youth, 13-17, reported having access to a smartphone. On top of

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