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Erin Schrode
Citizen activist. Rabble rousing optimist. Treehugger. Social entrepreneur. Writer. Speaker. Turning Green. Congressional Candidate.📍🇵🇷 COO
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Erin Schrode 17h
We must vote. And to vote, we must be registered. GET TO IT, AMERICA! Our very lives and world depend on it.
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Maria Shriver Sep 23
I don't live in Texas, I don't vote in Texas, but I know who you should vote for if you do. This thinking is good for our country.
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Erin Schrode 21h
I build my sukkah to celebrate the inclusion of everyone in building a more just future. Join me and this Sukkot and share what your sukkah stands for!
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Erin Schrode Sep 24
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
I cannot believe it’s been one year since Hurricane Maria hit this island. We have borne witness to 365 days of stories, videos reliving the storm, cries of ongoing pain + trauma, tales of unimaginable hardship, paths of inconceivable wreckage that persist across Puerto Rico…
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Ted Lieu Sep 23
This Ronan Farrow & Jane Meyer story is about a very disturbing allegation of sexual misconduct by Brett Kavanaugh towards Deborah Ramirez. You know what else is disturbing? Republicans renewed calls to accelerate the vote when they were told about this allegation last week.
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José Andrés Sep 23
And please buy if you can! 100% proceeds goes to programs and relief efforts...
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Ron Perlman Sep 23
To all my female friends, I don’t know about you but I get the feeling that the Professor Ford/Kavanaugh affair, regardless of any details, have finally and unequivocally exposed how disposable a party run by old, corrupted bigoted, dried up men has become. Throw these bums out!
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Jon Favreau Sep 22
For those of you who keep asking, will never give an honest answer as to why he posted this, because he knows the truth is too dark to say out loud. He’s a coward.
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Erin Schrode Sep 21
This Sukkot, I built a digital sukkah with to symbolize how all of us can come together for change. Join me and help build the movement with your own sukkah.
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
Replying to @ErinSchrode
— it already was in the moments after Hurricane Maria and certainly is today one year later. Listen, respect, learn, visit, ally, support, champion, be a part of the storied, multifaceted, intricate, ever-evolving reality of our beloved Isla Del Encanto. 🇵🇷
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
Replying to @ErinSchrode
Thank you for serving side-by-side all across this island to a degree and depth I never thought possible, for co-creating new bridges and everlasting bonds that no storm can ever rip apart — in Puerto Rico or beyond. Somos familia. Somos uno.
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
Replying to @ErinSchrode
Thank you for demonstrating what is possible, for teaching me about humility, for embodying the promise of humanity, for envisioning/enacting new inclusive systems that respond nimbly with impact/efficiency/relevance, for acting deliberately with emotion/intellect/wisdom/resolve.
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
Replying to @ErinSchrode
To the phenomenal humans I have the privilege to call my tribe, neighbors (home!), my colleagues, my friends, my inspirations, my family here in Puerto Rico — THANK YOU! Mil gracias.
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
Replying to @ErinSchrode
I cannot believe what you/we have done to feed those who need to be fed, strengthen culinary + agriculture landscapes islandwide, promote food justice/security/independence/access, all we continue to work towards individually/collaboratively without wavering, faltering or tiring.
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
Replying to @ErinSchrode
I mourn beautiful lives lost senselessly, families ripped apart, histories shredded, earth upended, cities leveled—and would never wish for such a dark day. Though I find myself grateful for the compassionate, brave, tenacious, dedicated souls who rose to help those in dire need.
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
Replying to @ErinSchrode
I did not live the horror, shock or devastation Maria unleashed upon a people who can never ready for such unfathomable destruction, but I have experienced how the Boricua heart responds: resilient spirit, open nature, steadfast determination, shared conviction, tangible effort.
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
Replying to @ErinSchrode
Which means Maria is all too real for the tens/hundreds of thousands of citizens of the United States of America who live as if the record-breaking, mind-boggling storm made landfall last week—not 52 weeks ago. There's much still to be done with haste, resources, energy, dignity.
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
Replying to @ErinSchrode
No one was exempt from the wrath of Hurricane Maria, the total blackout, the absence of communications, the limbo, the lack of efficient, proportionate, effective, timely response, the economies wiped out, the heretofore inadequate recovery plan and implementation…
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Erin Schrode Sep 20
Replying to @ErinSchrode
Where ONE YEAR AFTER HURRICANE MARIA, families still live without roofs, amid intensifying mold, no windows to keep out the frequent rains in uninhabitable remnants of homes, semi-safe poorly-repaired corners, or prolonged squatting in relative’s houses whether welcome or not.
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