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Dr. Morgan Halane Aug 4
Awesome 🌱 feature in , along with 🐦, πŸ”­, 🩺, 🧠 and βš—οΈ- thanks !! πŸ‘πŸΏπŸ‘πŸΏπŸ‘πŸΏ via
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Code 5 Design Jun 7
and organizers of you accomplished amazing things this week and left the world inspired.
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Angeline Dukes Aug 4
This is what Science Twitter should be discussing πŸ™ŒπŸΎ The hard work and efforts put in by all of these groups to highlight Black excellence and build community 😭❀️✊🏾
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Dr. Morgan Halane Aug 10
Not sure how this even works, but putting it out into the universe: Any way that the founders of βš—οΈ, 🐦, 🧠, πŸ”­, & 🌱 can get a Zoom meet-up w/ former President ?
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Alex Wilson Oct 23
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Kristen Shive Oct 1
So excited to announce these starter grants for ! Our goal is to help make the / research space more equitable & inclusive. Inspired by how , , & others helped elevate diverse voices. Please RT!
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EcoElsa Jun 15
One of my favorite happy things that has come out of is these two awesome if you love lizards like I do I highly recommend checking them out they are great! 😁
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Science on Tap Jun 30
We were here for , and now we’re loving . So, why are these movements to celebrate Black scientists and their achievements so important? We'll tell you why! Click the link to find out more.
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The New Yorker Jun 22
The wildlife conservationist Corina Newsome helped organize after a white woman called the cops on a black birdwatcher in Central Park.
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CTAudubon Nov 27
Young, Gifted & Wild About Birds: β€œ: The Hashtag that Started a Movement,” with Discount price today. Your $$$ goes to bird conservation in CT
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Anna Gifty Nov 27
Huge congratulations to the wonderful , co-organizer of and President of , for completing her degree! She is one of the dopest and kindest people I've met this year.
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Taylor M. Harris Jul 6
and were great! Now its ANDDD is coming too??! We BETTER put ourselves out there--- I love it!
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UConn EEB Department Jun 17
Wait, what? was co-organized by two black herpetologists!@AnoleAnnals highlights and .
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πŸ‡―πŸ‡²πŸ‘¨πŸΎβ€πŸ”¬Ρ•Π½Ξ±ΞΉΞ·Ρ” πŸ› πŸ§  Jul 28
Replying to @shaineNeuro
But to all my new followers, this week must be kept in context. There wouldn't have been a without a and that week wouldn't have existed without the ongoing fight against police brutality and an incident in Central Park, NY. 2/16 πŸ‘‡πŸΎ
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π™Έπšœπš‘πš–πšŠπš’πš• π™°πš‹πšπšžπšœ-πš‚πšŠπš‹πš˜πš˜πš› Aug 4
, : Black scientists, physicians are using hashtags to uplift via
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DC Audubon Society Jun 18
Making the birding community proud (our board member) (fellow organizer) !!!!
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Black In Neuro 🧠 Aug 6
Replying to @BlackInNeuro
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TykeeJames✊🏾 Jul 6
From one organizer of to the organizers of and - I love you! You are admired! You are blessed! Looking for forward to supporting any way I can! Thank you!!!
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Casey Girard Aug 24
This is a herpetologist and birder! Holding an Anole which she studies and behind her a Bananaquit which got her into birding
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CTAudubon Nov 24
Last spring, a Black birder in Central Park had his life threatened when a dog walker called the cops. One result was . Deja Perkins , 1 of the founders, is part of Young, Gifted & Wild About Birds. More here
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