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Ida Bae Wells
Reporter covering race from 1619-present//AKA The Beyoncé of Journalism//Co-founder //smart and thuggish//Aries//1619Project
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Ida Bae Wells 3h
I disagree, too. Have a good one.
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Ida Bae Wells 3h
I don’t think ethnic cleansing should be applied so cavalierly. So, no.
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Ida Bae Wells 3h
Replying to @liberty_wizard
I disagree. Thanks.
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Ida Bae Wells 3h
Ok!
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Ida Bae Wells 3h
Replying to @liberty_wizard
No, it’s not. Money will never be more important than someone’s life.
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Ida Bae Wells 3h
Replying to @nhannahjones
Let me just state this: If you think someone stealing, even multiple times, is deserving of a life sentence, you are immoral, depraved and likely racist, and I 100 percent won’t engage with you.
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Ida Bae Wells 3h
Replying to @andy_farquhar
It actually converted directly from forced labor camp to forced labor camp.
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Ida Bae Wells 3h
Replying to @AncientBlue718
I can read.
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Ida Bae Wells 3h
Funny, I don’t see where it says he victimized “the black community” and no reasonable human beings thinks a life sentence is appropriate for theft — a crime of poverty. Don’t even engage his nonsense.
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Ida Bae Wells 4h
Replying to @Everyoneisraci1
I’m not even going to waste my time arguing that someone who stole things — a crime of poverty — deserves life in prison. Don’t tweet me again. Like, ever.
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Ida Bae Wells 4h
Slavery by another name. Period.
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Replying to @CNN @nhannahjones
'Black Codes and Pig Laws'
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Ida Bae Wells 4h
Replying to @songbrdscientst @CNN
Yes, I read.
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Michael Beschloss 14h
“Johnson Signs Voting Rights Bill, Orders Immediate Enforcement”:--55 years ago today:
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Ida Bae Wells 5h
I’m just trying to figure out if the argument here is that kids will attend virtual school until 100 percent of the population is vaccinated.
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Ida Bae Wells 6h
👌🏽
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Ida Bae Wells 7h
I don't think educators get to singularly decide what's the "wrong" conversation and what's the "right" conversation, and education reporters certainly should not be reflecting a single viewpoint on this.
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Ida Bae Wells 7h
Precisely.
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Ida Bae Wells 7h
The DOE is actually not saying open all schools in same way. And I made no argument other that with a 1 percent citywide infection rate you should be able to have a conversation about how a potential reopening might work without being accused of not caring if teachers die.
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Ida Bae Wells 7h
The discussion is hyperbolic -- when people accuse you of wanting to kill teachers or kids because you want to discuss school potentially opening. And I am not sure how you can tell me what I have seen people saying or who I am referring to. So, let's try this again.
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