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Nadine Mutas
Award-winning author of paranormal romance. Bibliophile, language nerd, catering to two black demon cats.
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Nadine Mutas 5h
Showing up to stand against hate works, y'all
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Nadine Mutas 19h
Replying to @SarahHoss1
Nope. Germany doesn't have statues to Nazis, but history is still remembered. Diff. between remembrance and memorialization.
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Marcel Aug 20
This season of Game of Thrones sucks. Sure there's great scenes & such but the storytelling went to shit after the series bypassed the books
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Nadine Mutas Aug 20
All three books mentioned sound amazing 😃
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Thread of what it was like to grow up on the Navajo Reservation here in New Mexico
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Anne Frank Center Aug 19
"The biggest mistake during the Holocaust was, people didn't speak up," says this survivor. WE MUST ALL SPEAK UP.
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Anne Frank Center Aug 18
It wasn't just Bannon. The Administration is infected with other viruses of prejudice. Today is a victory for justice but our work remains.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Why punching Nazis is necessary. 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
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Alisha Rai Aug 17
Replying to @AlishaRai
Six months ago Srinivas Kuchibhotla was murdered by a guy screaming GET OUT OF MY COUNTRY. This is what this rhetoric leads to.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
Try to get more people to call and ask about the books. Challenge what they teach.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
You can be a pesky thorn in your school's side. Ask them about book content. Contact the school board, or whoever is responsible.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
That's part of where we need to focus, then. Change the books, change the teaching agenda. Tell the brutally honest truth.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
I spent a year in US high school (junior, in Georgia) and what mention there was of slavery or NA genocide was so unbelievably small.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
Good lorrrrd. That's abominable. And the crux of the problem here in the US.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
No way you can pass school in Germany without in-depth knowledge of Nazi horrors. The few who still are racist after that are unteachable.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
The Nazi era is processed again and again in the German school system, in several grades, and we highlight the terror of the Holocaust.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
I agree, in the sense this should be taught in schools, same as the Nazi ideology is covered in German schools–as a warning of its horrors.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
Not by letting them march, though, or interviewing them and giving them airtime. That only amplifies their message.
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
If laws allow Nazis to march, we must step up and make it impossible for them take the streets. /fin
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Nadine Mutas Aug 17
Replying to @beverleykendall
Neo-Nazis had to go home b/c police were afraid there'd be bloody clashes with antifa. Threat of violence from left did the job. 6/x
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