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CocoaSwatches Jul 9
Happiness is seeing so many talented young black girls at the Lion King premiere 🥰
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Robin WalkerWilliams 11h
It Is Important For Children To See Role Models.
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Hopster Jul 17
Over 30% of most popular kids TV shows include gender stereotyping, characters being undermined by males, or males presented as the knowledge bearers. Read our full report.
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Letters to a Pre-Scientist Jul 15
Recently heard about Letters to a Pre-Scientist, but not exactly sure what we're about? Read below about the key beliefs of our pen pal program and the value that it brings to the thousands of pre-scientists who participate.
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Cindy @ SDCC Chu Jul 16
Get you a bestie who will protect you from creepers 😈😈😈 keeping me safe 😜 LOVE SHOT now streaming on congratulations!!!!
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Alyssa 17h
Just gonna leave this here. This is another reason why im excited to go to law school. We need more women (especially latinas) in the legal field
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Nancy Wang Yuen Jul 15
Replying to @nancywyuen
I believe that and that’s why I write and tweet. But I see critiquing media and media producers part of public discourse and keep a healthy distance between what I hold sacred & the Hollywood celebrities/franchises I hold accountable. I hate no one.
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Sade Hinton Jul 16
Students need positive self-images! One of my favorite projects my students do each year. Opens their minds to a world of possibilities!
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Alesha Marie 🦋 Jul 12
Sometimes what you fear the most to do is the very thing that will set you free. 🦋
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Aisha Thomas 24h
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Catherine Van Jul 14
Politics aside, it's wild seeing an Asian-American like in the election game. Growing up, I rarely saw ppl who looked like me in the media, let alone run for president. If you don't think , just ask the room full of Asians at his event tonight.
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tania Jul 15
has so much to celebrate! It’s Molly Day and our annual Scoopeasy! premiered this morning and is the first children’s show with an indigenous lead character.
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Sergio Selvera Jul 16
This is what makes OUR country GREAT!! Congrats . Keep breaking barriers!! 🏀
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Fatima Jul 16
So proud and excited to have attended & Joint Campaign Kickoff! Their stories, commitment to our community, & energy to uplift all people are an inspiration.
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Shauna Cooper Jul 12
The new box--I love seeing all of the various representations of . But, let's continue to advocate for policies and programming that support Black fathers’, and all fathers’, involvement with their children.
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Janet Rosenbaum 10h
This book is one of the best from . Super engaging because babies love looking at other babies' faces, and all but one face is a a baby of color, and the one appears to have Downs syndrome.
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Blackness Everdeen 5h
Literally everything in the history of everything has been whitewashed (LOL at your white blond haired Jesus) so wypipo...Are you finished or are you done?
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MegLi Jul 14
Oh cool! An Asian character being played by a white person. 🙃🙃🙃
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Lisa Takeuchi Cullen 5h
Attention. The world is terrible but NY-based Asian-Americans in entertainment are plotting a revolution. We are coming for your screens and stages. For updates, follow the work of these writers, filmmakers, actors and producers:
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Javier Muñoz 23h
10’s 10’s 10’s 10’s ACROSS THE BOARD! Lead the way
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