Part of the reason that the current generation of teenagers and young people are so effective at organizing marches or protests or even parties (when those are allowed again) is because they have grown up with social media.
They're on it all the time, between TikTok, Twitch, Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram, sending out and digesting thousands of images a week.
And this week alone, aspiring student-athletes are seeing these things on those apps and elsewhere:
University of Texas athletics boosters threatening to pull financial donations if the school doesn't make it crystal clear that "The Eyes of Texas," the school's antiquated fight song that has racist origins, will continue being sung by players and fans as per tradition
Creighton men's basketball head coach Greg McDermott admitting to using the never-heard-before and hopefully-never-ever-heard-again words "I need everybody to stay on the plantation.