Abstract (Short Paper)
During December of 2008, the Greek state and the Greek citizens experienced a rather unprecedented sequence of events, which are now world known as #griots. After the killing of a young student named Alexis Grigoropoulos by a policeman, an almost general outburst broke out in the major Greek cities that lasted three weeks. An astonishing, unexpected feature of the #griots was the use of the so called digital activism, or more specifically the use of social media and cell phones not only for communication and co-ordination purposes, but also to relay the events towards a wider audience.
- Ilias Marmaras (GR) Member of Personal Cinema Media Arts Collective
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