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emma brown
Reporter for The Washington Post. On leave, writing a book about being a boy and raising boys after . Reach me at emma.brown@washpost.com.
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emma brown Jun 11
While NRA execs were allegedly spending big on luxuries, the org’s $ flowed to board members overseeing finances
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emma brown Jun 6
Replying to @evaholland
It was an amazing, thoughtful piece of writing and the rare thing that I read and can’t stop thinking about. It bothers me - in a good way.
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emma brown Jun 6
What a story, what a man.
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emma brown May 21
Feel very lucky to have had multiple male bosses who are 1) very involved parents and 2) very open about it when it means they have to be away from the office. It makes a huge difference.
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emma brown May 17
These shootings within blocks of Elementary School (and its outdoor playground) are becoming a near weekly event.
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emma brown May 14
Replying to @EricaLG @VLBenning
Aw, Erica, sending you and him my hugs and my wishes for a speedy recovery and exit from the hospital.
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emma brown May 11
I have no idea what you’re talking about but I like your avatar, Josh
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emma brown May 10
Replying to @CaitJGibson
This is beautiful and filled me with love and tears.
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Tracy Jan May 10
NEW: HUD analysis says 55,000 children could be displaced - and at risk of homelessness - under Trump plan to evict undocumented immigrants from subsidized housing
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Cara Fitzpatrick May 5
I think a lot of men would be surprised to learn who among them engages in this type of behavior. Here’s a reporter whose reporting I admired sending disgusting messages to a woman. Good for her for exposing him.
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emma brown May 3
In honor of World Press Freedom Day, is on super sale: just $25 for a whole year of online access.
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Eliza Shapiro Apr 23
Searing story about how an NYC think tank employee with an agenda and some incomplete data helped spark a painful fight about school safety in Parkland -- and then eventually admitted his conclusions about why the massacre happened weren't quite right.
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emma brown Apr 19
thank you for having me!
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Jonathan O'Connell Apr 18
One of the unanswered questions here: Did Alden use the pension $ of former newspaper employees to buy and slash other newspapers. Would love to know more tipsters.
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emma brown Apr 16
Replying to @danahull @ebsfb
I was just there yesterday!!
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Peter Jamison Apr 15
Social media deals in superlatives, of praise and derision. It's easy to forget how rare it is for an extraordinary piece of writing to appear in a newspaper. This, by , is an extraordinary piece of writing.
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jahi chikwendiu Apr 14
genius does not concern itself with skin pigmentation, social/economic status, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, etc, but sometimes it needs help being revealed and nurtured toward its potential.
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emma brown Apr 14
Really appreciate this nuanced reporting by .
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emma brown Apr 12
Like all of ’s amazing stories this one puts kids at the center. I am rooting for this school and these children.
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Beth Reinhard Apr 5
Civil rights group founder Morris Dees, accused of being racist and sexist, was excused by CEO as “an anachronism.” Board members went along w/ the “joke.” Inside the Southern Poverty Law Center, w/ and .
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