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Kinaya Hassane

Op-Ed Columnist — Class of 2019

Number of articles: 2

First Article: September 8, 2017

Latest Article: September 22, 2017

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Let’s demand online accountability from celebrities

Molly Kennedy For better or for worse, the powerful combination of pop culture and the Internet has long been a large presence in my life. Whereas my parents have distinct memories of a time before computers, my earliest memories consist of afternoons taking turns playing games on the Disney Channel website with my younger sister.

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Corporate feminism undermines the larger goal of equality

Molly Kennedy Because I inherited my mother’s aversion to makeup, I was an easy target for Glossier’s stunningly effective marketing scheme. Rather than use Kendall Jenner’s heavily contoured and enviously symmetrical face for ads, the brand instead tends to recruit “everyday” women to model its minimalist line of makeup on its Instagram account.

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