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CharVivant 🌏✈️ Sep 17
How is Cokie Roberts's death not trending?! I admired her so intensely. The world has a lost a beautifully eloquent soul!
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James Martin, SJ Sep 18
My friend was many things: journalist, author, broadcaster, wife, mother, friend, mentor, trailblazer. She was also, for decades, one of the most well known Catholics in the public square. An interview on that aspect of her remarkable life:
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Meredith Sep 17
Can we all agree that unless the dead person killed people for fun while they were alive and kicked puppies, can we just offer condolences and then wait a year until we start picking apart their personalities and saying whether or not they were nice to you? 🤷🏼‍♀️
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Meredith Sep 17
Dear Trump& Michelle Malkin, Today a well respected reporter passed away due to complications from breast cancer. She never killed anyone and was pretty well liked. Can you wait at least a year until you make her death about your feelings for her? 🤷🏼‍♀️
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Patricia Heaton Sep 17
I had the pleasure and honor of meeting when we served together on President Bush’s Volunteer Council. She was the embodiment of grace, intelligence and humor.
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Kitty Eisele Sep 20
Ok, I wrote this. In grief and shock I gathered my best happy memories of . I hope I did her proud. Please send to every young girl you know to show what a great woman's life looks like.
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Kelsey Madges Sep 18
I just became a sustaining member (finally) of my favorite NPR station, , which was the best way I could think of to honor the legacy of Cokie Roberts.
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𝖆𝖟𝖎𝖙𝖆 Sep 18
As I read and listen to the remembrances, Her career, strength, intelligence all strike impressive. But the resounding theme seems to be kindness. Kindness is the true legacy that matters in life.
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Robin Roberts Sep 18
Will forever be grateful for the pearls of wisdom shared. Coming up this Wednesday morn as tributes continue to pour in after her passing…we'll celebrate the extraordinary life and trailblazing career of the pioneering journalist.
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Rick Klein Sep 18
This one was hard - but particularly special - to be part of. RIP
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christina metzler Sep 18
a great reporter sadly lost had a connection to occupational therapy. Her mother, Hon. Lindy Boggs, helped OT in Congress around 1980. gives a political advocacy award in Boggs’ name. Daughter and mother: Living Life to Its Fullest.
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Robb Sep 18
How to spot a narsacist.. Hall of Fame Reporter recently passed away. Instead of using class and grace he had to insult her. Most would speak of her life , using her name in their remembrance. Not Trump! He uses the word me and I over 6 times.
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Sandra Spivey Sep 21
THIS! When an oncologist declares a patient “cancer free” it just means the doctor doesn’t think there are any sleeper cancer cells - can’t see them, just guessing. were declared “cancer free” later dying of
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Sandra Bernhard Sep 17
Even more reason to love and honor the memory of
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Jody Vance Sep 18
Replying to @yashar
She should be cancelled for this. (And I’m rather anti-cancel culture)
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Catholic News Service Sep 18
She was described as "a true pioneer for women in journalism."
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Dilma Arends Geerman Sep 17
.. the setting was not real! The news was! News is CONTENT, the rest is dress up!
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Carol Zimmermann Sep 17
on women religious; “You wonderful, holy, awe-inspiring women — you women of spirit — have taught us well. Your teaching will go on, constantly creating a better world for the people of God.”
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Ariana DeBose Sep 17
She was a titan:m. Such a loss. Rest In Peace and power.
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Renata Sago Sep 17
I met inside of a freezing banquet hall in Iowa 5 years ago. She was there to speak about supporting public radio. We sat next to each other. She was casual. I was nervous. She introduced herself. I did the same. When the food came out, she dug into her purse and...
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