This is a jam packed interview, full of interesting observations on the usefulness of social media in combating the Corprorate memes and PR driven disinformation found in most main stream media outlets. Delivered by experienced social media users and activists.
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Libbe Halevy has been a survivor of the 3 Mile Island nuclear disaster and found herself strongly drawn to the nuclear disaster after the Japanese nuclear meltdown in Japan at the Fukushima Daichi nuclear site. Since June, the first year of the nuclear disaster in 2011, she has been developing and creating anti nuclear activist news content, largely on her own, that has helped activists fight the memes and arguments of the many pro nuclear bloggers and commenter’s on the web.
Libbe commented that her main points of encouragement were to document the nuclear industry and its disasters and we discussed the possibilities of activists to use this information to promote activists groups who need crucial data for their petitions and local pressure organisations campaigns etc.
Libbe commented that she believes in solutions based activism.
She has traveled a Rocky road, like many activists, and she gives us a brief insight into this aspect of her life.