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karla fc holloway Nov 22
How the enslaved lose their humanity. These headlines about ancient tell on us today. “...man and slave found in Pompeii ashes.” It’s evidence of how history attaches personhood only to the propertied.
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Krista Banasiak, PhD Nov 7
It was a tough call, but my favourite of these -neutral terms is “Theydies and Gentlethems.” 😃
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🌊🌊🌊 Chairman Mardikins 🖤🕷 Oct 19
A "mob"? Really? Why? Why that word? Why not "group" or "team"? 🤔
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Irene Sep 25
Just leaving this here.......
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DLS Nov 24
Tuesday Testimonial! DLS helps students reach their goals. Contact us today to get the process started!
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Nicole Waldron Nov 19
Replying to @PaulTaylorTO
I’m with a 💯 on this - it is demoralizing
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Jazz Sethi Nov 22
is more than the language people around you use.. it also has a lot to do with the language you use to speak about yourself... YOU are the example !! The way you see and talk about yourself - has a lot to do with the way people see you. Be strong 💙💙
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Nathaniel T. Fox, MS, CRC Nov 12
I just listened to a talk by . She very nonchalantly referred to NIDA as the National Institute for Drug “Use”. It was so slick, and I appreciated it very much. Now let’s change the name.
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Gail Zoppo 💪🏽 Nov 21
Indeed!!! "The root function of language is to control the universe by describing it.” ~James Baldwin
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Emily Fɾαɳƈιʂ 💫 Nov 24
When your emergent bilingual embraces code switching 😀🙌🏽♥️
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SIL Nigeria Nov 18
: This ⁦⁩ report on the importance of one particular Wolof word to the DNA of is a powerful example of why
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𝒟𝒶𝓌𝓃 𝐻𝒶𝓇𝓇𝒾𝓈, 𝐸𝒹.𝒮. Nov 24
Great question! What do you think??
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Positively Mindful Nov 23
Thankyou for discussing Words that our community struggle with, appreciating we are all different & finding the words that are definitive but not insulting Using Infected guidance changes, PWHIV, people living with HIV? language evolves!
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TheSecurusFoundation Nov 24
Give it up for the ! They focus on preparing individuals for a successful integration back into the community! The Securus Foundation applauds you for all of your great work! Thanks for all you do!
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DLS Nov 17
Tuesday Testimonial! Excellent feedback from one of our Somali students.
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Gail Strachan, MCM Nov 19
Compare the specific call out in THIS headline to THOSE of the summer in the parks and patio scenes. 👀👂🏽✊🏾
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Kelly Grillo, PhD Nov 18
👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽 YES & academics it’s an Anonymous Review, not Blind! I’ve got blind colleagues who review work and are valued for it, but peer-reviews are anonymous. Thanks!!
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Successful Diabetes Nov 25
lovely testimony thank you & wishing you & your participants well
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#Thisisme Oct 18
As we begin a new week here's a thought for us all👇👇👇
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Gabriel Pulido Nov 24
Populations are not vulnerable. Say it with me, populations are made vulnerable through inequitable policies and practices.
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