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SabineFranklin
Born & raised New Yorker. PG student Tweets are my own about policies, books, life & more, RTs not endorsements. Alumni of
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cecily jones #BAMEWA Sep 14
Not to be missed ....come, listen, learn, talk, ask ....and show our support for Dr. Priyamavada Gopal.
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SabineFranklin Sep 15
Following you because I am officially a fan. Especially for transatlantic flights to NYC.
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SabineFranklin Sep 14
I hate to be a pessimist here, but technically, slaves were property. Commercial property. Thus, they were transported as so by the British government. What this revisionist history should teach us, is that Black people were not seen as human then, & are not treated humanely now
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SabineFranklin Sep 14
Hilarious and Disgusting.
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Holly Steel Sep 13
I have now lodged a complaint with IPSO regarding the reporting of sexual violence in this article, which focuses on the perpetrators academic abilities rather than the crime: If anyone would like to join me, here is the link:
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cecily jones #BAMEWA Sep 10
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SabineFranklin Sep 11
This is what we have become to.
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SabineFranklin Sep 5
Lol. Watch out for those twigs AL!
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SabineFranklin Sep 5
Replying to @PriyamvadaGopal
Whoa whoa....I don’t see consent happening here! What exactly are we condoning?
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SabineFranklin Sep 5
Replying to @rohankanhia
A woman was purposefully driven into and then trapped in between two cars. This will be life changing injuries for her, how is that not terrible and why is it funny?
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SabineFranklin Sep 4
This explains everything on how Brits see their legislators. I think Americans have the same perspective too.
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cecily jones #BAMEWA Sep 3
Once, touring a plantation house on Barbados, guide gushed for an hour, bout the fine furniture. Not a word about the black hands that made and shined it. “White Nostalgia: The Absence of Slavery and the Commodification of White Plantation Nostalgia”
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cecily jones #BAMEWA Aug 31
”White women were colonisers too. To move forward, we have to stop letting them off the hook | Ruby Hamad
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SabineFranklin Aug 30
Replying to @soledadobrien
“Blood vs Soil” citizenship policy. If you are born on U.S soil (50 states), you are automatically a citizen, no matter who the parents. However, if it’s off U.S soil (U.S territory or foreign country), then citizenship will have to proven by blood (parents’ citizenship).
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SabineFranklin Aug 28
Multiple students complained to HoD. That raises suspicions that something is wrong with the module or something is wrong with the lecturer/professor. Thus, what would have happened in the “old days” if this was proven to be true (uni’s fault)? Change the marks? Pt 2/2.
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SabineFranklin Aug 28
I wanted to offer a about departments “upmarking” students. If one or two students do not do well in a module, then we are suspicious that they did not put in the effort. However, in your story there were multiple students that did not do well. Pt 1/2.
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SabineFranklin Aug 28
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SabineFranklin Aug 24
I’m not surprised. The same thing is happening in the US, especially with PhD programs. I think less academics will voice this because we too are the products of grade inflation and “magnificents”.
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Chisomo Kalinga, PhD Aug 23
In my work, I will make an assertion about my culture that has been incorrectly written about by the "authorities of Malawi". I will cite traditional leaders, custodians of traditional knowledge, Malawian academics and regional experts who write about the same challenges.
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SabineFranklin Aug 22
Replying to @rogermacginty
I had to do this for my IRB. It’s best if the student speaks with the IT team at the university for assistance on this. I was advised to buy a data encrypted flash drive to hold my data and that was enough.
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