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Jeremy Rosenberg
Abogado de inmigración 🗽, occasional political organizer 🗳, Queens kid 🌎, gay 🌈, alum ⚖️...views = plentiful + my own + NOT legal advice 🤗
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Jeremy Rosenberg retweeted
Jackie Bray 6h
I cannot stop thinking about the looming eviction crisis, cannot shake the weight of the pain so many thousands are staring down. Housing must be a right. Like healthcare and education. It is even more foundational than other things we’ve made a stand for and it must be next.
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Jeremy Rosenberg 12m
From Nikki Haley to Tom Cotton to Ron deSantis, I hope all of the cowardly freakazoids who worship Trump feel embarrassed when he destroys them in the primary
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Billie 18h
Your twenties now extend to 32 to cover time lost to covid
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Jeremy Rosenberg 2h
Immediate high school gym class traumatic flashbacks every time I get a email Lmao... “ROSENBERG!”
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Jeremy Rosenberg 2h
Replying to @AditiJuneja3
I’m already seeing that in myself. In some ways it’s for the better. In fact there’s a lot about myself that this has freed in me. But there’s a trauma too that’s part of it. My eyes look dead in photos and it scares me when I compare to last year. It actually breaks my heart.
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Jeremy Rosenberg 2h
Replying to @AditiJuneja3
Love that. I’ve actually never been to a music festival! Hopeful that in 2021 some things will be better too. Maybe next summer?
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Jeremy Rosenberg 2h
Replying to @AditiJuneja3
I love the community spaces element because it’s a reminder that we can’t return to normal rather we should rebuild for a better world. I can’t wait for the mental unburdening. I look back at pre-COVID and I think to myself, I lived in a beautiful world and I took it for granted.
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Jeremy Rosenberg 2h
I have so many friends that I wanna set up after this I’m gonna be a gay Fiddler on the Roof reboot
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Jeremy Rosenberg 2h
Replying to @AditiJuneja3
If you wouldn’t mind, would love to hear some of your predictions or estimates. In a bad head space right now and this could give me some hope for the future.
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melissa “cancel student debt” byrne 3h
Because reporters don’t ask the Republicans these questions directly.
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Aleda Gagarin for NYC Council D29 4h
I went for a walk in Forest Park with my friend Juanita, a public Highschool teacher. Like many teachers, she lamented that she still has kids with no iPads or tech at home, and homeless kids with iPads, but whose data repeatedly runs out. They're being denied an education.
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Jeremy Rosenberg 3h
Working on this appeal tonight and what a reminder that the second Biden is sworn in, DHS, EOIR, and every relevant immigration agency need to undergo an earth-shattering transformation.
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Jeremy Rosenberg 3h
Replying to @DanAaron12
Prisons and jails are one of the most dangerous places right now for COVID. The solution to everything isn’t more cages.
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Alison K. Guernsey Nov 27
I just learned a former client of mine died of COVID-19 in the custody of the BOP. He was 41-years old. My peer. He was not supposed to be serving a death sentence. But he was denied the ability to protect himself, and now he will never come home.
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May Vutrapongvatana 3h
While I understand the public health issue and hygiene concern during COVID, I do believe we need to invest in more public bathrooms. Public bathrooms in NYC are hard to find as-is but COVID has made it much more difficult. (1/5)
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Jeremy Rosenberg 3h
Some context here is that it’s a community formed in the US after the trauma of the Holocaust. So the mistrust of government and “outsiders” is rooted in survival. Obviously some malicious actors have perverted that into something bad. But, alas, that’s partial context.
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Jeremy Rosenberg 3h
A lot of insularity + anti-secularism in the Hasidic community stems not from Talmudic principles but from trauma after the Holocaust. Hasidic communities in Europe were devastated and in NY have committed to the concept of replenishment and protection from “dangerous” outsiders.
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Jeremy Rosenberg 3h
Replying to @AndrewJMo91
And sometimes you already know what its like!
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Jeremy Rosenberg 3h
I knew when she made Chained to the Rhythm that it was basically an apology song to Trump supporters and ever since then I’ve had no capacity for Katy
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ACLU 4h
If undocumented immigrants are excluded from the census, California, Texas, and New Jersey would have one less congressional seat.
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