Newswire: Felicia Day’s online community celebrates its first anniversary

Team Hooman, Felicia Day‘s online community devoted to “fixing the internet,” is celebrating its one-year anniversary on September 27. And while, to all appearances, the internet still seems to be a pretty aggressively broken place, the group is continuing to do its best to deploy the bandages and Superglue of awareness and charitable donations to keep things from cracking completely in two.

Working with their parent company, Geek And Sundry, Hooman—which grew out of the communities surrounding Day and her brother Ryon’s Twitch accounts—is launching a new T-shirt campaign this week to commemorate the anniversary, with a portion of the benefits going toward wildlife non-profit WildAid.org. In the meantime, Day and her cohorts continue their efforts to create spaces on the internet where people can talk for more than 20 seconds without being labeled with a racial, sexual, or homophobic slur, a Herculean task if …

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