1. This article analyzes the role of Instagram in facilitating the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests, focusing on the emergence of non-institutional opinion leaders and the framing of protest coverage.
2. The study examines the spatial and temporal dynamics, visual and textual content, and user communities that drove the social movement on Instagram.
3. Results show that symbols of injustice were the most viral coverage on Instagram, and actual protest coverage was framed positively, contrasting with combatant frames traditionally found in legacy media. The study highlights how content creators, journalists, and everyday users co-evolved with social media to shape one of America's largest-ever human rights movements.
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