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Column: The risks of cancel culture

The act of canceling a celebrity, politician or musician has become a staple for internet users in recent years. Someone with a large platform and high social standing makes a remark or performs an action that is met with public backlash, to which they will either apologize or stand by what they’ve done. According to Pew Research Center, the idea ...

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Cancel Culture: Has DaBaby gone too far?

The effectiveness of cancel culture remains in debate as Gen Z grapples with the best response for holding influencers and celebrities accountable. Cancel culture is the mass withdrawal of public support for a celebrity or public figure—typically after the person says or does something that the public may deem as problematic. The act of “cancelling” has become a hot topic ...

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