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Kathay Feng Jul 5
Replying to @CindyBattles
I did not, but now I’ll have to rewatch!!!! Also, anyone wondering if Bolton had to pay to use the title of his book?
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Common Cause Illinois Jul 4
From all of us at Common Cause Illinois, happy Independence Day! We are honored to work alongside you as we continue the fight for a more perfect union!
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Arnold Jul 4
Happy birthday, America. Thank you for letting me live the American Dream. We must fight every day to make sure that dream is as true for a Black child born in Minneapolis as it was for a white bodybuilder born in Austria. via
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Nozipho Yende Jul 4
Replying to @Schwarzenegger @attn
You inspire me in every level, as an American but moreover as a chess player and how you have lived your life, I took this picture last year at Sandton Convention Centre in South Africa. I love you Arnold and was looking forward to seeing you this year.
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Kathay Feng Jul 4
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Kathay Feng Jul 3
Paused today to read this with my twelve-year old daughter. "You can bare your bosom to the storm of British artillery to throw off a threepenny tax on tea; and yet wring the last hard-earned farthing from the grasp of the black laborers of your country."
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David Daley Jul 3
Three and a half months after publication date and the first time I’ve seen Unriggedin an actual bookstore! Thanks
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Kathay Feng Jul 3
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Kathay Feng Jul 3
“the Court cares little about voting rights of people in the state, especially AfricanAmerican voters in Milwaukee who had been facing great risk related to the virus.... chose to vote remotely for safety reasons while denying some Wisconsin voters a chance to do the same
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Kathay Feng Jul 3
As Rothstein told NPR in 2017: “The ‘Underwriting Manual’ of the Federal Housing Administration recommended that highways be a good way to separate African American from white neighborhoods. This ... was a matter of government regulation.”
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Ari Berman Jul 2
56 years ago today LBJ signed Civil Rights Act of 1964 after 83 day filibuster by Southern segregationists, gave pen used to sign bill to Martin Luther King It outlawed discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion and national origin
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Suzanne Almeida Jul 2
Thank you a million times to our team, our partners, and most of all to the tens of thousands of Oregonians who put pen to paper to support IP57! Our fight isn't over yet, and we're not stopping until we have !
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Kathay Feng Jul 2
This is what DEMOCRACY looks like!
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Kathay Feng Jul 1
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People Not Politicians Oregon Jun 30
👏👏👏 "For too long, politicians have controlled the drawing of congressional and legislative district lines."
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Suzanne Almeida Jun 30
Redistricting reformers! Can you join this virtual rally and help bring fair maps to Onodaga County?
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People Not Politicians Oregon Jun 30
It's Tue, June 30. Do you know where your IP57 petition is? THREE DAYS until signatures are due. Make sure to deliver your petitions by Noon on Thursday, July 2. 🗳📋 at our Salem drop-off location. Learn more:
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Wake County, NC Elections Jun 29
Election officials are heroes of democracy! ❤️ Interested in doing more than just voting in November? Learn more about volunteering as an election official at
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New York Times Opinion Jun 29
“Every national election features endless angst and litigation over assuring people the right to vote,” writes . “We need to bring that struggle to an end.”
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Kimberlé Crenshaw Jun 27
And let's not forget that Clarence Thomas--our lone Black justice--was the deciding vote gutting the VRA. And while you're shaking your head about that, remember how he won that seat--when millions of people flocked to his defense when Anita Hill told her truth. Misogynoir kills.
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