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#ReleaseTheMuellerReport! Mar 24
Replying to @davidhogg111
Sydney Aeillo died a slow-motion death: by PTSD arising from the terror of a gun massacre, “survivor’s guilt” & the overwhelming grief of losing so many of her friends Her suicide was the result of bullets fired on February 14th, 2018
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Dr. Lisa Gilbert Feb 14
Replying to @gilbertlisak
No matter how much this is normalized, it’s not normal. And the sad resignation that so many seem to adopt as the “mature” response? Doesn’t seem fitting if we're supposed to be the adults in the room /fin
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The Queen of Sheba 🍑🍑🍑 Mar 22
Replying to @NewsBreaking
That massacre happened ove a year ago and nothing really changed. Then NZ happens and they ban military weapons in 10 days. I could see the frustration level going nuclear-level for the Parkland kids.
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Tina W Feb 16
Replying to @docrocktex26
When are people ( MEDIA!!) going to start talking about the ramifications of educating our kids in an atmosphere of fear, & in schools that some want to turn into armed fortresses?? We need to address the root of the problem
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brad’ Mar 24
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Rochelle Apr 11
As the 20th anniversary of the High School shooting approaches, I'm going to share, in memory, something about each victim each day. We Have Not Forgotten.
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TicToc by Bloomberg Dec 25
From in Florida to the protests in Paris, here are the most pivotal uncut moments we captured in 2018
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DAME Magazine Mar 24
From for us 1 year ago: " I’m not even counting on Mueller. I’m counting on the Women’s March, the Parkland kids, the and the growing groundswell of student and civic activism changing passive viewers into active voters."
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ExMach Feb 14
I work at a mall, so I work around a lot of teenagers. One of those is a 16 year old young lady, I remember my first conversation with her..."I want to protest something!" She had said. I ended up tuning her to and not more than a few days ago she signed up...
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GoodKidsMadCity Feb 14
Replying to @BeBraveChicago
They brought Black & Brown youth to DC to speak at their national rally. They’ve since visited Chicago to march with at their peace rally & lift up & our fallen member so now it’s time we mourn with them.
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GoodKidsMadCity Feb 14
Why Black & Brown youth from Chicago, Baltimore & DC stand with ! We’re sending y’all love, healing & strength today! 💛💛💛✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻 Thread:
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april🍊 Feb 13
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Miss Myrtle Mar 5
Replying to @washingtonpost
Here is my protest sign from last year's march in , Canada - after the shooting. The pic was on the cover of the Vancouver Sun. Was standing behind the kids. When Will America Love Its Children More Than Its Guns???
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Wade Heath Feb 15
This week marked the one year anniversary of the horrific shooting in Parkland, FL. Op-ed Journalist joined me to discuss what has become of the students and the messaging they have managed to craft since.
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Ummi Sahabi Ya’u Mar 8
Replying to @MBuhari
we want you to secure our lives! Stop the killing in Zamfara! We are tired! We’ve had enough! Enough of them bandits! Let’s speak it out all! We love our people!
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Marsha Mar 1
•°°•🌻🍃°• ❝Women, If The Soul Of The Nation Is To Be Saved, I Believe That You Must Become Its Soul.❞ ~Coretta Scott King 🌻🍃 ⁠ ⁠ 🌻🍃•°°• •°°•🌻🍃
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ohthe humanity Mar 24
Dems in Congress won’t do a thing ! Sdny won’t do a thing ! Voting in 2020 won’t do a thing ! The only thing that might save America is daily massive protests / general strike
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Karen Minero, Ph.D. Mar 30
Love this! I’m a mom in Los Angeles. My name is Karen. I only see two others from LA. Shout out to LA moms & Like so many other Angelinos...my family moved here from New York in 1971.
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Madame Occassia Dec 22
Which was of course my second point. Historically, no: minority students don't get the same opportunities. Which has nothing to do with this individual applicant. The organizers of do a great deal of outreach and partnering with minority counterparts.
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Charlie Dec 23
Replying to @StrangeAttract5
You need a strong, defining moment to break through the apathy and spark outrage. Consider the movement that kicked off after the election. Consider also .
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