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Kimberly ((けい子)))
HS English teacher in love with activism and beautiful language. Currently organizing for racial equity (she/her)
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Liz Ruskin 1h
Alaska's said today she won't confirm a new SCOTUS justice until after the inauguration day. Fair is fair, she says. My colleague will have a story shortly.
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Governor Tim Walz 1h
Few Americans have done as much for the cause of equality as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She broke glass ceilings at every turn. She envisioned and implemented a humane and progressive interpretation of the law. She changed this country for the better.
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Robert Maguire 34m
This is -- very intentionally -- a word for word copy of Mitch McConnell's statement in 2016
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Demand Justice 30m
Tomorrow 8pm on the steps of the Supreme Court there will be a vigil to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and legacy. 

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Kimberly ((けい子))) 28m
Replying to @RyanVernosh
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Kimberly ((けい子))) 55m
There is a gospel song “If we ever needed the Lord before, we sure do need him now.” Rest in Justice. And God help us.
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Kimberly ((けい子))) 10h
In the spirit of : virtual open house. radio on deck, hot ginger tea, water, ready. Keep thinking someone’s here but it’s just me presenting and on two cameras. This really is a moment
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Kimberly ((けい子))) Sep 13
Replying to @RyanVernosh
Wow. Thank you for helping.
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Peggy Flanagan Sep 13
The Violence Against Women Act was signed into law 26 years ago today. I'm angry the GOP-led US Senate hasn't acted to reauthorize this important law but am hopeful - who was instrumental in passing the original law when he was in the Senate - will get it done.
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Joy Reid Sep 12
At this point he’s literally just shouting a series of nonsensical scare-claims every day to entertain crowds of maskless fans risking covid just to be near him. And then he plays golf and tweets. This isn’t a presidency, it’s a meditation on modern Mussolini in decline.
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Kimberly ((けい子))) Sep 13
Aspiring to !
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Tsɔɔlɔ Awo Sep 12
the humanity of Black folx and those who do not fit into the white cis heteropatriarchal construct should not be up for debate nor provided a platform for debate. by what principles and values are you operating?!
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Avery Pickford Sep 11
Replying to @educationweek
You "encourage debate and discussion' on whether Black lives matter?
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Kimberly ((けい子))) Sep 12
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drwatson Sep 11
provided this woman w/ the gun and ammunition only to detest her actions... You knew who she was when you gave her a platform and you reviewed her blog before it was published. Now, you choose not to condone her actions???
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Dr. Jennie Weiner Sep 11
Replying to @educationweek
But you facilitated the platform for her to spew the degradation of others. I will condone personal attacks but I also do not condone a lack of organizational responsibility over your own product.
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jennthetutor 🎓 👩🏾‍🏫 🧩 #TestFreeNow Sep 12
Replying to @educationweek
publish an article that says our lives are a political issue, tag her, grow her audience, put her in a position of authority, have employees dm privately to avoid taking a public position, and sit back while she attacks educators of color but are still claiming BLM and equity?
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K. Renae P. Sep 12
It is a debate they wanted to have. Because they think it’s debatable. They chose to share such an shortsighted viewpoint to share “the other side 🥴”. Amplified a voice, bless her heart, that behaved so poorly to pushback. Ed Week has shown us what they value.
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D Zinger (he/him) Sep 11
Replying to @educationweek
My question is, as platform that professes to promote equity, & as a platform that has no obligation to amplify voices, why do you chose to support this debate or amplify a voice that finds that Black lives mattering doesn't belong in schools? Is this the debate you want to have?
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Aliza Werner (uh-LEE-za) Sep 11
Replying to @educationweek
Taking zero responsibility for publishing this on your platform by deflecting your harmful role is a cowardly move. You’re an education publication. Accept the harm you caused, make amends, & state what you’ll do going forward. Until then your claims to stand w/ POC ring hollow.
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