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Dr. Julie M. Linton Sep 23
This proposal is an assault on everything we know about social determinants of health. Families rely on bread and butter services during transition towards achieving the American Dream. This proposal defies that.
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Jennifer Klepper Sep 23
Hashtag challenge: Pick 3 hashtags that describe your latest novel and tag 3 authors to do the same.
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✊🏽Resist&Standup Sep 22
Replying to @votolatino
This is unacceptable and just wrong! The GOP would rather have people live in fear without access to adequate food & healthcare. Just another tactic to hurt immigrants that pushes their nationalist discriminatory agenda.
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Gabriel Luna Sep 17
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K. Osterhagen Sep 24
We are such proud Americans that we have completely forgotten the native tongues of our ancestors.
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Arena Cops 8h
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GuilleIO Sep 24
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AAP, Wisconsin Chap. Sep 24
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Frank Cacace Sep 23
Replying to @juliemlinton
Thoroughly agree. Impact of policy, politics, inhuman ways of current administration on to care, , lives/health of our makes it IMPOSSIBLE to be on and not be at same time. . We care for a !
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Steve Chapman Sep 23
Well said Julie, the American Dream is built on courage, opportunity, and building a better future for our kids.
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Daniel Sep 23
Is there a Nation no Migration has not occur in? Seriously. and
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Sharon Is Hopeful ❄️☮️🌊 Sep 23
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MarjofTheEarth Sep 22
💜Blessed Be Harm None💜
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Talks2Birds Sep 21
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S.A. Oso Sep 19
Replying to @MalcolmNance
Hard to understand the parallels between a memorial and a potential edifice.
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Ó Fearghail Sep 18
Replying to @RepJoeKennedy
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Timothy Brockman Sep 18
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Doug Ramey Sep 18
Lady Liberty doesn’t agree “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore.”
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Laurie A. Wiggins Sep 18
"I wanted to tell the boys not to be scared, that they would survive whatever they would have to survive. I wanted to tell them that the American people are capable of being better than their laws." -
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Felice Schlesinger Sep 18
My ancestors fled persecution in Russia and Germany in the 1850s and late 1800s and early 1900s. I stand on their shoulders.
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