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Nader Issa
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Nader Issa 29m
Replying to @stacydavisgates
CTU VP is in a large group not being allowed into City Hall right now. The head of Mayor Lightfoot's security detail is out here with CPD
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Replying to @NaderDIssa
John Lewis is overlooking a Chicago Teachers Union protest at City Hall
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Nader Issa 39m
Replying to @NaderDIssa
The CTU rally is on the move to the doors of City Hall
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Replying to @NaderDIssa
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Replying to @CTULocal1
Here's the scene outside *City Hall, where is rallying against reopening school buildings next month. *really on the county side of the building, but you get the point
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Nader Issa 2h
Replying to @NaderDIssa
Chicago teachers, activists and families are holding rallies today to oppose reopening Chicago Public Schools for in-person learning when classes resume next month. Similar demonstrations are being held across the country today.
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Replying to @NaderDIssa
Andrea Parker, a teacher at Fulton Elementary, says she loves her students, but putting them and teachers in school buildings this fall is dangerous. "Let's not set students and teachers up for failure."
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Nader Issa 3h
The Chicago Teachers Union is rallying at its headquarters before leading a car caravan to City Hall to protest the potential reopening of schools. This feels eerily similar to last summer and fall
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Replying to @NaderDIssa
Caleb stood alongside two aldermen in June and described the trauma of getting arrested at a basketball game at his school for not having his ID. “It’s not a good feeling to be labeled as dangerous or criminals. Because we’re not. ... No Black person should ever feel like this.”
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Nader Issa 15h
Just awful, devastating news. Caleb Reed, a powerful teenage activist who has been active in the push to remove police from CPS, died today after he was shot Friday. He said in June: "One thing I’m here to say is I’m proud to be a Black young man."
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Madeline Kenney Aug 1
Janari Ricks was a straight-A student and called himself "Young Curry." He planned to either play in the NBA or work in construction so he could "help rebuild the community," said Jalisa Ford, who is grieving the loss of her 9-year-old son.
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Nader Issa Aug 1
Dominik Kubalik has 5 points in less than two periods, tell me again he's not worthy of the Calder this year
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Big Cat Aug 1
Stop the fight!
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Nader Issa Aug 1
🚨🚨🚨🚨 The Hawks are unstoppable. The Oilers are dead. It's a slaughter. NEXT
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Nader Issa Aug 1
Forgot how much I scream during the NHL playoffs. God it feels good. The Hawks are so back
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The New York Times Aug 1
One of the first school districts in the U.S. to reopen its doors during the pandemic did not even make it a day before a call came from the county health department — a student who had walked the halls and sat in various classrooms had tested positive
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The Onion Jul 31
Barack Obama Storms Out Of Michelle Obama Podcast Interview After Questions About Administration’s Drone Use
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Nader Issa Jul 31
Chicago Public Schools parents are being asked to decide in the next week whether to send their children to school part-time this fall or keep them home with only one day of live instruction.
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Alex Weprin Jul 31
WHOA. James Murdoch has resigned from the board of News Corp. Per the company "Mr. Murdoch informed the Company that his resignation was due to disagreements over certain editorial content published by the Company’s news outlets and certain other strategic decisions."
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Jodi Cohen Jul 31
BREAKING: “Grace,” the Michigan teen who was detained for not doing her online coursework, is to be released from detention “IMMEDIATELY,” according to an order from the Michigan Court of Appeals that I just received.
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