Dr. Anna Feigenbaum is a writer, researcher and educator working on communication and social change. She is the author of "Tear Gas" and co-author of "Protest Camps," and her work has appeared in Vice, the Atlantic, Al Jazeera America, the Guardian, Salon, Financial Times, Open Democracy, New Internationalist, and Waging Nonviolence. She is a senior lecturer on media and communications at Bournemouth University. She can be reached at: Afeigenbaum [at] bournemouth.ac.uk. Follow her @drfigtree on Twitter.
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