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PopMythology.com Jul 2
Clerics are always the Life of the party. 😉(photo: Leigh Anne Wilson)
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NowThis Jul 2
People in nearly 800 cities protested Trump's family separation policy
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Tuesdays with(out) Toomey Jul 2
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Hollywood Reporter Jul 2
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OCCUPY ICE PDX Jul 10
These busses send innocent families into concentration camps, and we are letting this happen in our city?!?!!! It’s time to ! Get to 4310 Sw Macadam Ave ASAP!
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Bruce Cameron Dec 25
Replying to @AOC
From the St Louis Very "First John"-ish
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Tracy Facey Jul 7
Tweeting pics because I’m not a bot. My fam at the L.A last weekend.
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Tina Vasquez Jul 9
Over a week ago, I went to a in North Carolina and I'm 99 percent certain two young, white people there were white supremacists surveilling communities of color. Which I'm sure sounds totally nutty to some of you.
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Indivisible Houston Jul 28
Coverage of today's March to end family separation and keep the Emancipation Detention Center from opening:
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Grant Stern Jul 7
Just a reminder. Families remain separated in facilities across the country. The Trump policy of using children as political pawns caused this nightmare.
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Democracy Now! Jul 2
Coast to Coast, Tens of Thousands Protest Separation of Migrant Families
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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH™ Jul 14
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John Iadarola Jul 2
A Trump supporter brandished a gun at a group of peaceful Christians praying during a event, and the right wing is dead silent about it.
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Marissa J. Lang Jul 26
The march, a small collection of what appear to be local families, is being led by a line of kids, holding hands and leading the chants.
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Traci Lords Jul 6
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Houston Women March On Jul 28
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Advancing Justice | AAJC Jul 2
This weekend, we marked not only the but also the 50th Anniversary of the enactment of the Immigration & Nationality Act of 1965 which broke down racist immigration policies that blocked Asian immigrants since the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act.
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Anthony Beckford🌹 Jul 31
My Rally in Flatbush, Brooklyn. All of these children must be return to their families immediately. Watch the Full Video :
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revcom.us/Revolution Jul 2
Two Questions Raised—but Rarely, if Ever, Articulated and Answered—During the Crisis at the Border: 1) Where Did This Border Come From? 2) Why Are People Risking Everything to Cross It? 1/4
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revcom.us/Revolution Jul 2
At the June 30 Marches Against the Fascist Regime’s Attacks on Refugee/Immigrant Families... Agitating and Organizing FOR in the Midst of an Outpouring
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