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Ilhan Omar Jan 20
Here in The United States we finally have a Hijabi in the 116th Congress, what other western country will have a Hijabi in theirs next?
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Dee Lamarr Shines 18h
Replying to @zadisxn
My point is but I don’t expect that to be a concern for you even though it should be. Don’t tell me what issues I need to move on from. I don’t have the privilege to ignore things like this when I see them.
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Derrick Brown 26m
It sometimes amazes me that I spent 25 years and thousands of dollars to become a doctor, and the thing that most impresses my middle school students are the waves in my hair🤣🤣🤣
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bisexual.org 5h
“While other reference titles exist on LGBTQ topics, this new encyclopedia is the first authoritative academic resource that truly provides a global perspective on LGBTQ history.” - Paul Gazzolo in
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LDC Latino 16h
"Representation matters, as Vargas Aponte explained. She credits "Carmen Sandiego" with inspiring her to pursue a career as a software engineer — a field where Latinas are underrepresented."
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Asha Bethea 16h
S/O to such an incredible TRAILBLAZER ⁦⁩ | The way you’re marrying your passion for hair/beauty & the issues we face in these industries as WOC is powerful & NEEDED!🗣 Representation Still Matters — Marcey Lindsey
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Tizom Vanclief Jan 20
Hey just wondering whose has prominent POC and/or LGBTQ representation. My MC is a beautiful brown skinned, half elf, blind, Druid, lesbian named Laila.
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Stylist Magazine Jan 17
. 's support of deaf actors shows just how far Hollywood has to go
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Bulbulaa Z Dembi Dollo♀️ 7h
"Abbaan iyyatu malee Ollaan hin birmatuu!" Roughly translated as "If one don't speak for self, a neighbor won't reachout to help!"
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Jasper Hendricks III 17h
Barbara ( ), this is Shirley ( & ) .... Now, Barbara, I don't know how you're gonna take this But whether you be cool or come out of a bag on me, You see it doesn't really make any difference.
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Christopher Scipio 23h
At the conference hosted by & and I am feeling so energized and the event hasn’t even started yet!
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TheImaginationAgency Jan 22
International A-List DJ & Entrepreneur came by the studio to chat with about music, superheroes, and Plan Bs. Here's a clip from the Episode: "Yo DJ, Play..." Full Episode ➡️
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Sam Jenkins 14h
Looking forward to joining at the Activities Zone tomorrow, talking all things sports, societies, volunteering, fundraising and more! Come and find out what is doing in these areas and share your views!
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Caroline Bailey 20h
Where are all the non-white people in this rendering? Where are the disabled people? Where are the elderly people? Considering East Riverside’s history, not a great look.
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daniel york loh 1h
Replying to @BeatsOrg
... come to the Citizens Of Nowhere? night if you can. Tickets here and remember:
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✨ V ✨ 18h
That feeling when your professor doesn’t struggle saying your name.
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Jade Bryan: Writer Jan 22
FUNDS RAISED: $2570. Will you help us reach our goal today? Deaf media of MICA SCOOP TV & the cast of T2E are going to Sundance, January 23-February! We’re leaving for Sundance tomorrow! If you’re able, please donate as low as $10.
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Amanda T Jan 22
It's been more than half a year since I saw Wicked in Toronto and I'm still thinking about the amazing performance by and . -- You should know that your work on that show warmed my queer little heart because
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Dianna M. Náñez 🏜 19h
📰👏🏾🌟So proud of these talented/thoughtful journalists: ! The Dream Team was invited by to present community feedback/story ideas from Diversity Mixer. They rocked.
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MONICA MALLON Jan 21
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