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Damali Vidot Aug 8
I want to represent the voices of our community regardless of what language they speak. EVERYONE deserves inclusion and access to transparent information. That’s why I had a Town Hall in Spanish to connect directly with the Spanish-speaking community.
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BostonActivist 9h
Will there be water for in-school classes under the Trump/Baker/Walsh school reopening plan? Not in Boston.
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Tamburlaine Aug 7
has been on the right side of history time and again. At the 1980 Democratic Convention, he called for ending our addiction to fossil fuel and moving to the "Solar Age." "Our Nation's survival hangs in the balance."
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Lisa Nelson Aug 8
True literacy champions know how to + acknowledge that is real. They also understand that an early literacy screener is not necessarily a dyslexia screener.
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BostonActivist 8h
Tell the Trump/Baker/Walsh school reopening is the wrong direction for Boston
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Damali Vidot Aug 6
Thank you to the DSA for the endorsement, & for being leaders in the fight to amplify the voices of our marginalized neighbors. The State House needs people who will keep up that fight & act on it, something I will do as your next State Rep
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BostonActivist Aug 7
Remote teaching is the only option - The Boston Globe
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Commissioner Maguire 24h
While not ideal the best plan should be going remote all year. Let’s take this time to update our schools. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to bring about much needed repairs/updates.
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Tamburlaine Aug 6
Joe Kennedy went against the No Fossil Fuel Money pledge, which he signed, and took the LEGAL MAXIMUM from a fossil fuel lobbyist. We must protect , co-author of the Green New Deal!!
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Ari Iaccarino 6h
Wow - imagine not only defying good science but then also promoting it via paid ad spend after receiving billions from PPP loans in an effort to take advantage of public schools currently debating doing the right thing.
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🌃Urban🐯 Feral🌱 Druid🌇 Aug 7
Oopsie? Stick with the author of the Green New Deal. Not someone who makes critical "mistakes" like this. Get out the vote ➡️
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Greg Heiskell Aug 8
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Damali Vidot Aug 7
I don’t advocate against hate; b/c it’s wrong; but b/c I know the power of love. I don’t support labor b/c it’s election year; but b/c workers deserve it! And I certainly don’t take credit for others work to fill my website; but b/c I’ve done it.
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🌹Voting For Policies-Not Platitudes 🌹 Aug 7
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BostonActivist Aug 8
One is on national TV saying Covid is getting worse and families must reduce exposure and health risks. The other is back in Boston saying schools must reopen and BPS families should INCREASE their health risks. Will the real Marty please stand up?
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BostonActivist Aug 8
The Baker/Trump/Walsh BPS plan to re-open physical schooling via a hybrid model is known to increase Covid-19 transmission and escalate health risks across the city. It’s the wrong way to go for Boston.
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Sara Barcan Aug 6
Embarking on my family’s 17th & final year. 2 kids, 7 schools. Leadership turnover = Trump White House. Haley: 8 yrs, 3 principals. Ohrenberger: 3 yrs, 2 principals. BLA: 6 yrs, 2+ principals. Superintendents: 7. Don’t our kids deserve better?
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Wilnelia Rivera Aug 7
Repeat after me, we still have a pandemic. I will not attend school in person this fall. Repeat after me, we still have a pandemic. I will not attend school in person this fall. Repeat after me, we still have a pandemic. I will not attend school in person this fall.
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BostonActivist 9h
Remember when ran for re-election promising to stand up to Trump? Now that Trump demands schools reopen —as if there are not life and death health risks—what happened to the strong leadership promised to provide to protect Boston families?
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Brandy Fluker Oakley 3h
If we can’t guarantee safe conditions in our schools we shouldn’t be bringing students back in person in the fall. We need to focus on closing technology gaps and supporting educators in providing high quality online education.
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