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Topic - Roy Innis
Imagine the younger generation as latter-day Freedom Riders, the bands of activists who first boarded buses in Washington D.C., to ride throughout to force desegregation. The Internet is their most potent medium.
"Rallies are important but this younger generation and the case right now and others around the globe have added new tools," he said. "Social media has added a new dynamic. Young people use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. Look at the Arab Spring. Social media is an instant unifying factor."
"We were disappointed with the verdict, as a lot of people were," Mr. Innis said Wednesday.