Long, Cindy
October 2006
NEA Today;Oct2006, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p30
The article presents information on the use of the Internet to become an influential education activist. Pare Fielding, president of Internet and grassroots advocacy consulting firm E-Advocates, calls it pajama politics. The Internet has broken down barriers to political activism, allowing everyday citizens to make a difference in the legislative process from the comfort of their homes, at any time of day or night even while wearing pajamas and bunny slippers.


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