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Anne Osterrieder 15h
The start of the academic year can be incredibly stressful, both for students and staff. We need to make about feeling anxious and overwhelmed. Let’s talk more about how we’re feeling, share coping strategies, change the culture, show compassion. 🌞
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Connor Dietrich// MSD Strong 7h
Please help out this summit in DC, it is set to bring student activists together and create a student’s Bill of Rights to keep us safe in our schools and daily lives. It’s something must be done.
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David Webb Aug 4
I wasn’t sure about posting this today but in many ways that’s precisely the reason I have to and even if only one person is affected by it then it will still be worth it.
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Frankie Boyd Sep 18
Today i'm not feeling 100% and that's okay. It's okay to say out loud, it's okay to not maintain the social media ideal of 'isn't everything great'
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Dr Sammy Sep 7
Incredibly powerful thread: “It doesn’t have to be an inhumane relentless pressure cooker. We need more funds, more staff, more understanding.”
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I Will Not Let My Mental Health 🌈 Kill Me 🤗 ⚽ Aug 16
Since I set up my Twitter 🐥 a month ago I realised it’s true “Talking does help” 👍🏻 Even when I’m not actually talking with someone personally just getting my words out in writing really helps x I seem to get over my bad periods so much quicker with your help 💚 x
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Tracey Kiely Jun 7
Be kind, for everyone you may meet is fighting a harder battle💚
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DIEGO Jul 18
People are shot everyday. There’s a 5 minute outrage when a school shooting occurs. Politicians send their thoughts and prayers, but don’t take real action to prevent further incidents. Gun violence is a norm in the streets of our inner-cities. It is NOW.
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DIEGO Aug 1
It’s about how gun violence isn’t just a republican’s issue or a democrat’s or a black person’s or a white person’s. The reason why we haven’t gone far enough to find a solution to end gun violence is because people are still choosing to divide themselves.
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Mei-Ling Ho-Shing Sep 6
Another shooting today in Cincinnati 🙄 My heart is so broken right now. WHEN WILL THIS STOP 🛑We cannot keep losing our loved ines💯 DO NOT NORMALIZE THESE SHOOTINGS❤️ about stopping senseless gun violence‼️
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Mairéad O'Donnell Jul 2
Massive shout out to staff & volunteers of Short Strand Comm Forum fantastic night of fun in Park while residents endure yet another year of policing and screens.
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Matt Richardson Aug 24
I saw this on Facebook earlier and I know not food related but I couldn’t not share it! We have a problem in this world where people feel like they can’t talk! If you are in a bad situation or frame of mind! I beg you to reach out to someone!
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Students For Change #TimeToTalk 7h
We've set up a GoFundMe page (see: ) to help with the expenses of our post-D.C. Summit mission plans. Please donate what you can and RT!!
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Mary Kusler Aug 23
It’s beyond time to be listening to the students themselves. More guns does not make safer learning environments.
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Michael Pincus Jul 18
It’s about nonpartisanship. Gun violence is an issue that goes beyond political boundaries! Common ground is common sense.
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jaxon // great mills strong Jul 18
nothing is going to be done if we stay behind party lines. it’s about a bipartisan solution to gun violence in america
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Mei-Ling Ho-Shing Aug 29
HEY YOU‼️ Yea...You☺️ Are you interested in meeting with students from all around the nation? To demand radical change? To discuss ALL intersections of Gun Violence? Your opinion will save lives💯 🧡PRESS THE LINK🧡
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NHS England Sep 13
Football clubs should employ full-time counsellors, says forward Marvin Sordell after admitting his own battle with depression. The former & England Under-21 player, 27, said he felt "dead inside" & tried to take his own life in 2013.
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Student Gun Violence Summit Aug 30
For decades, students have been shot before, during, and after school. Enough is enough. We have to have a conversation about the threat we face every single day. We need to outline the policies that will keep us safe and the action plan to make those policies law.
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Abbey Clements Aug 29
I'm so proud to be a part of this summit and I'm so proud of you, my dear, former student, Jordan. <3 We can .
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