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Mrs. Pasley 14h
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Tina W 57m
Replying to @ClintSmithIII
Thank you
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Kriste Lindenmeyer 18h
Largest U.S. drug companies flooded country with 76 billion opioid pills, DEA data shows - The Washington Post
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Livin_Aloha_Joe Jul 16
July 16th, 1862 - Ida B. Wells was born. July 16th, 2019 - the US president was formally condemned for racist comments towards women of color. Remember what Ms. Wells fought for.
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Emmanuel Goldstein 3h
Replying to @TheRickWilson
And what kinetic efforts did you do 30+ years ago to prevent 45? Oh, wait, y'all rolled out his Red carpet. You may be better than 45 on Twitter, fo sho, no doubt, but you (like all Rs) are (and will be held) equally responsible for 45's crimes, fo eva!
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Tracy L. Scott 23h
Replying to @ProfTScott
Photo: July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 Approach to Sea of Tranquility Landing Site; taken from LM while still docked to CSM. Photo is a NASA photo print from 1969. One of my father’s favorite images.
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Kristen Finn 19h
The best part of the summer is getting to be the student. Learning about democracy and its discontents at the JFK library🙂
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🦋Antisocial Butterfly✨ 10h
I never expected nostalgia would would be invoked by footage of a trump rally. Takes me right back to global history class videos about the rise of hitler...🤦‍♀️ for this very reason
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Gordon C Ramsey 23h
In the old days, when someone ‘texted’ you, it meant you had been beaten with items from a pile of discarded textiles or carpet samples
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ZARATHOOSTRA 10h
Replying to @PaulBlu
Except the Klan members were all Democrats
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Madeleine Villanueva 20h
reminds me of "pullman towns"
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OneWomanChaos-Lady S 4h
Remind me again who it was who held same style rallies as
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Michelle Westerman 19h
Watching vintage on catchup and getting a tad excited about starting on our own gem. Still have to pinch myself, not owners, but custodians of a little Welsh cottage ❤
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Jace Chang Jul 14
Know justice; know peace. No justice; no peace. !
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SurgRunner Jul 14
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State Library of NSW 9h
How are oral histories used, collected and shared in our modern age? The Library’s and () will discuss all things at our next talk on Wednesday 7 August, 5.30pm. Book now:
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Today In History 19h
17 July 1945: During World War II, the Conference begins. Prime Minister Winston , U.S. Harry and leader Joseph meet to discuss how to administer post-Nazi Germany.
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Ray 21h
Surprised to see that the Somerset Shopping sign is getting restored vs taken down. Good for the for keeping it. Cc
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King’s S4L 23h
Supporting Year 8 students in History who are summarising what they have learned over the year. This work was done entirely from memory - wow!
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Today In History Jul 16
17 July 1918: Nicholas II , the last of , is at the age of 50 shortly after on March 15 after the February Revolution.
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