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Activist scholars have taken to social media to collaborate and create antiracist pedagogy. The Charleston Syllabus is one example of a crowd-sourced syllabus, which began as a hashtag in response to the racially motivated murder of nine people in Charleston, SC in 2015. That hashtag generated a new edited volume, The Charleston Syllabus: Readings on Race, Racism and Racial Violence, a compilation of excerpts from many of the Charleston Syllabus readings.