“It’s as American as apple pie. It’s an attaboy. When you give someone a fist bump, you’re telling them, Let’s go do this.” Scott Williams, Christian pastor, social-media strategist and self-appointed world ambassador for the fist bump. Read more in The New York Times.
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Angela Ruprock-Shafer, who handled social media at CWS for many years, believes she might have been the first person to use the hashtag. Then again, maybe someone else used it before she did. "Surely others were using it before then," she said. Regardless, it's here to stay.
I mainly use Twitter to send out links to posts on my Bread New Mexico blog. And in hindsight, there are many tweets where #hungerfistbump would apply.
Like this one
Or this oneBreadNM Blog: Students at #ABQ schools advocate for maternal, child nutrition programs via @bread4theworld campaign https://t.co/Fl7KQFPgDl— Carlos Navarro (@CNinABQ) April 23, 2016
BreadNM Blog: Watch @bread4theword activist Dave Miner promote #Indianapolis forum on hunger and system change https://t.co/jLwcioufK6— Carlos Navarro (@CNinABQ) April 18, 2016
And this one too.
.@CTStweets Thank you for being such an amazing seminary and hosting the @bread4theworld hunger event last night!! #HungerFistBump— Angela R-Schafer (@AngRSchafer) April 19, 2016
Cheers! #hungerfistbump RT @FeedINsHungry: Good morning from DC! We're here w/ @FRACTweets, @FeedingAmerica & 1100 friends to #EndHungerNow— CWS (@CWS_global) February 28, 2016
We hope to have many more #hungerfistbumps to show that were are making progress in addressing domestic and global hunger and poverty@FoodRecovery @CWS_global this is making us tingly inside #fightwaste #feedpeople #hungerfistbump #newfriends #zerohunger— ZeroHunger Challenge (@ZeroHunger) December 30, 2013