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Molly Crabapple
Artist in residence . Author of DRAWING BLOOD + coauthor of BROTHERS OF THE GUN (National Book Award Longlist). Words: NYT, NYRB, Rolling Stone 🇵🇷
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Molly Crabapple 8h
Replying to @AOC
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Molly Crabapple 9h
Replying to @AOC
Well that was beautiful
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John Leavitt 🌹 11h
Why is that some . Made signs in the background there? It is!
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Gideon Orion Oliver 15h
Please read and share this incredible reporting by and , which shines a light on some Bureau of Prisons retaliation against some of the brave people who protested the inhumane conditions from inside Brooklyn -
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NPR 23h
Two women who were detained and asked to show identification after speaking Spanish in a convenience store in Montana are suing U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
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Molly Crabapple 12h
Replying to @pastachips
I bet. It’s being used in the most vile ways. I just wish anyone in any position of influence or power anywhere would focus on the Syrian and Iraqi civilians who had to live under these fascists and who then were killed by the thousands in the US-led anti ISIS offensive
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Molly Crabapple 12h
Replying to @pastachips
I know that the grossest islamaphobic idiots are also using her case, and also that she was a minor, but at the very least she needs to be tried in the same way as a 15 year old British boy who joined ISIS
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Molly Crabapple 12h
Replying to @pastachips
Foreign ISIS women were deeply implicated in the torture and enslavement of Syrian and Iraqi women (there was an all female morality police that policed and punished women). There’s anger that a first world citizens can enable violence against third world citizens
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Molly Crabapple 12h
On my way to the inauguration of
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fuelgrannie 15h
Replying to @mollycrabapple
it was this *one* poll by siena college of 778 people statewide that indicated 56% support for amazon girl, people clung to this poll like it was the holy grail: screaming and yelling about how a "majority" of nyers wanted amazon it was 778 people 🙄they didn't save scamazon 💁
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Molly Crabapple 15h
Some media talk about an alleged silent majority who supported AmazonHQ Where were they? Where were their rallies? Amazon shelled out tons of money propagandizing to Queens, but where was this support from residents? It must have been lukewarm compared to the fierce opposition
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Molly Crabapple 15h
If the loudest voices (and I question this) were those opposing the deal, wouldn’t this imply that the New Yorkers who opposed the deal felt far more strongly than the New Yorkers who supported it?
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Molly Crabapple 16h
Replying to @a_wall__
What purpose does it serve to go on his show and agree with him? By definition, you’re not exposing his audience to new ideas. You are, however, building your reel and brand while convincing some on the left that a white nationalist millionaire isn’t a bad guy.
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Rosa needs coffee ☕️🇵🇷🏳️‍🌈 16h
My piece for Fem Force at the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico 💖💖💖
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Molly Crabapple 16h
Replying to @juliamacfarlane
Many people have a real inability to understand that women, especially young pretty women, can be just as capeable of evil as men. Same problem in understanding role of women in the KKK, Neo Nazi movements
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Raven Rakia Feb 15
Nearly 300 people went on hunger strike at a California state prison after being on lockdown for over three months. They're asking for programming and education, visits, phone calls and canteen access. I wrote this:
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Bernie Sanders Feb 11
Today in 1922, researchers at the University of Toronto announced the discovery of insulin. They sold the patent for $1 so it would be available to all. 97 years later, Eli Lilly is charging ~$300 and Americans die because they can’t afford their medication. Outrageous.
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M. Lynx Qualey 21h
Molly Crabapple's portrait of the assassinated Iraqi writer Alaa Mashzoub:
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Molly Crabapple 16h
Replying to @a_wall__
What’s the point of reaching their audience if you’re just echoing something Tucker is already telling them? It’s one thing if you’re challenging him. It’s another to essentially go on a pro Mussolini radio station and say “I also think the trains must run on time”
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Molly Crabapple Feb 15
Replying to @kerim_kivrak
Agreed
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