The answer is yes, without question.
But you might think it trite. I don't blame you. A post of support for a country over 5,000 miles away. The white woman’s Instagram, as Bo Burnham shrewdly parodied.
As pathetic as "Free Tibet" bumper stickers or "For the Troops" yellow ribbon magnets on Chevy Tahoes.
But here's the thing. The vitally important thing. Social support matters. It travels. It’s watched and measured. It’s the handmade protest signs of today.
The digital footprint can create a blockade of its own. Don’t be silent. You’ve built a platform for your voice to be heard on social media.
Let’s hear it.