Social media is all about experiencing life and emotions with others, and live tweeting is the ultimate way to do this in real time. I live tweet personally and professionally, which means I cover everything — local marches, national conferences,
To capture these conversations, I curate my live-tweeting spurts into Twitter Moments.
One of my most memorable live-tweeting events was the night Darren Wilson was not indicted for killing Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. While documenting the protest through tweets, videos, and photos, I walked about seven miles from the South Side of Chicago, up Lake Shore Drive, and into downtown.
A protest against police violence turned into a march after Darren Wilson was not indicted for killing Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, on Nov. 24, 2014. The protest started at the Chicago Police Headquarters and moved to downtown Chicago.