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patrisse cullors
Founder of Co-Founder Artist. Organizer. Freedom Fighter. Co-Author of New York Times Bestseller ‘When They Call You a Terrorist.’
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patrisse cullors Jun 13
Replying to @BlairImani
Some of the most disturbing shit I’ve had to witness
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patrisse cullors Jun 13
I know we have all canceled and I’m so glad we did. She is sick. Sick sick sick sick. Not well human being. She is literally delusional.
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patrisse cullors Jun 13
I’m watching the last episode of you deserve the world. You deserve the world. You deserve the world. You deserve the world.
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patrisse cullors Jun 13
Thank you.
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patrisse cullors Jun 13
Memphis we watching you.
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patrisse cullors Jun 13
I can’t watch or read about these men and not cry. All of it is so painful and so inspiring.
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#EndCarceralFeminism Jun 11
I do not understand people who get angry when people change their views IN THE DIRECTION THAT YOU WANT THEM TO CHANGE. Where were you in 2010 is an immature retort? Grow up and invite them in.
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patrisse cullors Jun 10
Anybody working on curriculum? Study guide?
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Ashlee Marie Preston Jun 9
Black Lives Matter co-founder and I at LA Pride today celebrating the lives of all the black trans women murdered this year and acknowledging Sandra Bland & other cis black women killed by police. Whether cis or trans; black women must protect one another. ✊🏾❤️
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patrisse cullors Jun 9
Replying to @ava @WhenTheySeeUs
Masterpiece. Watching the 4th one on Tuesday. Had a team with me. We all cried a lot. Loved on each other and have had the best conversations.
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Joanna Johnson Jun 9
Pride LA. Protect black trans and cis women! ⁦⁩ ⁦
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patrisse cullors Jun 9
⁩ and I stood up for each other today. And my message is for Black cis folks during this pride season. NOW
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patrisse cullors Jun 8
Replying to @LenaWaithe @ava
Exactly. Watched 2 and 3 today. I kept feeling like - we got this - all evidence points to their freedom, and yet we lost. Felt so so personal.
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patrisse cullors Jun 8
Day 2 of watching you masterfully weave the story of life during and after incarceration. The impact it has on all of us. The mark that was made by the media and the legal system and the impact it had on these children and their families. This film. Brilliance
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patrisse cullors Jun 7
Watching - I want to know the names of every officer, appointed official, and elected official that facilitated this shit. I’m so angry I can barely see. So so so angry.
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patrisse cullors Jun 6
Really unfortunate response, Sheriff. Many of us were rooting for you. You keep failing. Remember we elected you and we can get you out of office.
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Rob Smith Jun 6
You rehired deputies fired for excessive force & alleged domestic violence. You downplayed violent, racist deputy GANGS in your office as "hazing gone amok" & now you attack a reporter for calling you out on a sexist comment? Looking like the of LA, my man.
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patrisse cullors Jun 5
Y’all pay attention to — she bringing so much truth this season of
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patrisse cullors Jun 3
❤️❤️❤️❤️
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patrisse cullors Jun 3
Replying to @dreamhampton @ava
It’s so good! Watching accountability in real time is so satisfying.
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