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Hazim Hardeman
North Philly | Grad Student , Rhodes Scholar | ‘17 | ‘15 | |
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NPR's Only A Game Dec 14
After Charles Barkley’s mother passed away, a cat litter scientist from Iowa showed up at the funeral. “Everybody’s, like, ‘Who’s the Asian dude over there?’ “ Barkley recalls. “I said, ‘That’s my boy, Lin.’ "
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The IMEU Dec 14
Marc Lamont Hill was featured on hip-hop radio show The Breakfast Club discussing Israel's occupation of Palestine, the importance of speaking up against injustice, and being fired from CNN.
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Hazim Hardeman Dec 14
Replying to @jaydoll14
Ayyyeee Congratss!!
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Hazim Hardeman Dec 9
Brb...Changing my name to “Eagles Defense” and saying yes
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#Prisonculture Dec 8
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Hazim Hardeman Dec 9
That’s a horrible call
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Hazim Hardeman Dec 9
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Dr. Sara Goldrick-Rab Dec 5
This just in from faculty on our support for !
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The Temple News Dec 4
: More than a dozen students and two professors have signed onto the letter. , Temple's first Rhodes Scholar, also signed.
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Hazim Hardeman Dec 4
I also have happily signed this letter!
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Naomi Klein Dec 2
I stand with . Countless people, inside Israel and out, share his vision for a democratic bi-national state. Those who smear him as anti-Semitic want to erase the idea rather than debate it. That kind of censorship has no place at a media outlet or a university.
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Hazim Hardeman Dec 1
Meek really went 19/19.
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Haymarket Books Nov 30
🇵🇸 Palestine Will Be Free 🇵🇸
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Hazim Hardeman Nov 29
This is infuriating though not surprising. Forever grateful for modeling principled critique and a commitment to justice for ALL people.
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Noura Erakat Nov 29
Viscous attack of fits in violent legacy of attacking leading black internationalists,Malcolm X, Paul Robeson,Muhammad Ali, Kwame Ture,George Jackson, Huey P. Newton Assata Shakur,Angela Davis-this is the disciplining of black radicalism & it will continue to fail
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Hazim Hardeman Nov 27
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Hazim Hardeman Nov 26
Can’t wait to meet her.
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Hazim Hardeman Nov 25
JIMMY BUCKETSSSS
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Mychal Denzel Smith Nov 20
I wrote this essay about the burden of the black public intellectual
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Hazim Hardeman Nov 14
I like Bret Brown, but the repeatedly blowing large leads is unacceptable.
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