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Carly Goodman, Ph.D.
Immigration historian/DV lottery; editor, ; ACLS public fellow/formerly ; Philadelphian, painter; she/her
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 2m
Replying to @icpetrie
Pretty much always is!
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 4m
Sorry but the version of despacito w Bieber is good, don't @ me
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 6h
My daughter identifies nearly every human woman as "mommy" when we watch TV but she put her foot down when I suggested that Shakira was mommy. Too far. 😥
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Jim Kenney 9h
Our administration stands in solidarity with the people of Puerto Rico. They deserve leaders who will work hard to protect them and help them thrive. My support is with them and Philadelphia’s Puerto Rican community in their fight against injustice.
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Andrea González-Ramírez 9h
Replying to @andreagonram
I can’t believe that some of your solutions for solving a crisis created by colonialism is to do more colonialism.
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 10h
I don't mean to be rude but why the fuck is cruelty to migrant adults acceptable
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 10h
Replying to @car1ygoodman
Very interesting how it shares logic with the Scandinavian model for criminalizing sex work... somebody write this history
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 11h
Replying to @lil_yenta
Even a brief visit to a neighborhood pool might provide some relief!
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 13h
has anyone written about how employer sanctions became a popular policy idea? In the 60s and 70s I mean? I know the 80s debate at the federal level more or less.
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 20h
Replying to @DLind
Somehow I'm picturing that clip where the scholar is talking and at the very end you see a tiny little arm reach up and you realize she's been breastfeeding a baby the whole time
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 20h
Replying to @allyzay
You couldn't explain it in a million years. What a bunch of weirdos people are. Cats, too, I guess?
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 20h
Replying to @car1ygoodman
It wasn't inevitable, even in a deeply racist country, that we would embrace mass deportation. How support for nativism deepened and broadened - that's the story of Tanton.
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 20h
I am always thinking about this FAIR quote about the early days: "Our support was broad and thin like the top, warm layer of the Atlantic Ocean and there was nothing underneath." Yes people were open to nativism, but half heartedly. It wasn't salient. Tanton made it so.
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 20h
Replying to @allyzay
My brain doesn't understand how this country somehow really loved that musical? It makes no sense at all
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 20h
Replying to @gabydvj
The coolest people let being totally unqualified get in their way, while truly dangerous ones embrace it! Also I always thought it seemed like a horrible job. (It is, if you do it well.)
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 20h
Replying to @gabydvj
You'd immediately be in my top 10
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 21h
Replying to @car1ygoodman
Among other things I am fascinated by the role played by musicians in supporting the protests. If we can get Bad Bunny into the lede, all the better!
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. 21h
if you are thinking about what's happening in Puerto Rico right now and want to write about it for Made By History, please reach out. I'd love to read and know more.
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. Jul 19
Replying to @Margaret1473
Thank you!
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Carly Goodman, Ph.D. Jul 19
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