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Arionne Nettles
Lecturer at Northwestern’s and publisher of | and alum | ❤ Project: | FAMU + NU-made | mama
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Heidi Stevens Jan 21
Winter scarves with kind notes left along Michigan Avenue are a warm reminder that Chicago’s streets can also contain beauty. But we have to put it there.
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Gabe Rosenberg Jan 21
If you aren't tracking the diversity of sources on your air, then you don't actually care about improving diversity. And yes, NPR member stations need to be doing this for your shows and your newscasts.
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Arionne Nettles Jan 21
Replying to @natalieymoore
You are WINNING at life.
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Arionne Nettles Jan 21
Replying to @tracylbrown
Thank you s, so much, Tracy!
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Arionne Nettles Jan 21
Tuesday morning mood: remix it up, make it your own, hit all the moves.
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ZORA Jan 20
"I was 20 years old when I found out. Like the crew of friends on grown-ish, I was in my third year of college and getting ready for adulthood. But being grown comes at you differently when you’re pregnant." —
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bomani Jan 20
i say this all the time, but i can’t say it enough: king is probably the finest, most important man this country ever produced. the brilliance was in his clarity. you can’t accidentally misuse his words. you can only be doing it on purpose.
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Ashley C. Ford Jan 20
That love is a verb.
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Teen Vogue Jan 20
I can't stop screaming?
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Arionne Nettles Jan 20
The comments on this thread >>>
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Chenjerai Kumanyika Jan 20
It's amazing to me how many liberal people will talk about how inspired or "moved" they are by Dr. King while expressing views that fundamentally contradict his radical analyses. Almost like "I will be inspired by you but never study your work seriously or learn from you."
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Faith Ann Jan 19
‘Grown-ish’ Tackles College Pregnancy and I Finally Feel Seen by in
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Arionne Nettles Jan 19
LOOK. AT. MY. GODBABY. 🔥🔥🔥
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Arionne Nettles Jan 18
Replying to @justybull
You are THE best, JB!
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Vanessa K. De Luca Jan 18
Touching storytelling worth your time: ‘Grown-ish’ Tackles College Pregnancy and I Finally Feel Seen by in
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Capita Jan 18
“Every time I pulled out a WIC voucher at the grocery store to buy my monthly allotment of cereal and milk, people never held back on letting me know exactly how they thought of me, even though they never knew me.”
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ZORA Jan 18
"I was 20 years old when I found out. Like the crew of friends on grown-ish, I was in my third year of college and getting ready for adulthood. But being grown comes at you differently when you’re pregnant." —
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Arionne Nettles Jan 18
Replying to @BLinMurph
Thanks, sis! ❤️
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The Seasoned Millennial Jan 17
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Arionne Nettles Jan 18
Replying to @thefabgiver
Thank you so much, fran! ❤️
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