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Belén Sisa Nov 14
I feel like I can’t say this enough. STOP CALLING PEOPLE “ILLEGAL”. No human being is illegal. Not only does using this term criminalize people, but it dehumanizes them.
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Andrew Briggs Nov 13
At a meeting discussing breast cancer with patient representatives. Patients don’t understand ‘endpoints’ they want outcome measures that are framed positively: overall survival, quality of life, and response to treatment ...
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Danielle Ellis 48m
Still I Rise BY MAYA ANGELOU You may write me down in history With your bitter, twisted lies, You may trod me in the very dirt But still, like dust, I'll rise.
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Blackberry Shortcake 39m
For instance. If you tell a little kid they're a great singer and encourage them no matter how bad they are, they'll sing their whole life. If you tell them to stop or they're bad, no matter how good they are they'll always have hesitation or fear in doing so.
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Teresa Buczkowska 🅾️+ 2m
Speaking about people with PTSD as if they were robots in need of deprograming is an example of dehumanisation. And when people are dehumanised they become targets. How many times do we need to repeat via
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Metropolitan Nov 14
We’re continuing unpacking the words that you don’t understand in your policy because to us. What words don’t you understand in your policy? Our panellists will use it in today’s discussion.😄
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Kelsey Keller (she/her) Nov 14
A while back I replaced ‘attention seeking behaviour’ with ‘CONNECTION seeking behviour’ - I highly recommend it.
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EdgeCityDesign 9m
It will be remembered that those that called others cruel, became the same.
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Samantha Perlman Nov 13
A little kindness can go a long way.
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Wicked Cool Words 5h
Peripatetic - Adjective. Tending to walk about. Constantly travelling; itinerant; nomadic.
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You, Me & Melanin Nov 15
Black people in their own continent are being referred to as Black Africans as if we’re not native to the land. If Black Americans are called African Americans, the term European Africans should be used as well. We will not be defined by western terminology.
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Amber Wilson Nov 16
Priti Patel’s demonisation of Gypsies is an attack on the vulnerable for political gain - horrific populist approach with potential deadly consequences... 😢
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David Head 7h
"Hopefully one day soon when they are found guilty they will be put in Epstein's old cell block." That's the sentence you were looking for.
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Chieef_O Nov 16
Lyricism is so underrated in todays music man. The little things take ppl talent to the next level
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ر ح ا ب ⚡ Nov 14
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Diane Stevens 2h
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Faithyyyy Nov 13
another bite of cherry 🍒
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Karen Moss Nov 16
What great discussion this morning on by a stellar group of presenters at Sebastian Atalla, Anyah Prasad, and Drs. Karen Rose, Glenna Brewster, Karen Moss, and discussant, Dr. Fayron Epps! Thank you all for sharing your awesome work!
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Dr. Nancy Hansen Nov 16
I am a proud disabled woman! “Differently Abled” is another term for ableism
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Phil MORE Nov 14
TASTE your words before you spew them.
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