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Ryan J. Reilly
justice reporter (DOJ et al.). raising kids w/ . DMs open. signal/whatsapp: 202.527.9261 ryan.reilly@huffpost.com 🚲
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Omar Jimenez 1h
Judge Esther Salas says she and her son were having a conversation in the basement when the doorbell rang. He sprinted upstairs to the door and within seconds she heard the sound of bullets and screams. The shots came from a man in a FedEx uniform.
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Steadman™ 2h
marketplace of ideas brigade this is your time to shine!!
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Ryan J. Reilly 23m
Replying to @RepSheenBean
“I know this is a marathon and generational work, but if we can make it a little better now so the next generation doesn’t have to feel like the ball was dropped... I think that’s the goal that I try to look at in the long haul.” —
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Replying to @igorbobic
An Eagles Postgame Live analyst.
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Taryn Finley 3h
So apparently I made a lil appearance on in the most on brand way.
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Jeremy W. Peters 3h
What exactly is going on with The Federalist and these writers who couldn’t stand Trump but now run into the fire for him? Some insights & reporting on who is helping fund it.
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Ryan J. Reilly 2h
Replying to @SAKimFoxx
“There’s a thing that we do where we just care about our bubble. That’s why we continue to have systems that fail us... The busting of that bubble continually is exhausting, but necessary.” —
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Ryan J. Reilly 2h
Replying to @iKaylaReed
“A lot of people... they’re seeing this moment as detached. But there’s been consistent work to push the narrative, to build strong campaigns, to stand up new organizations. It’s been six years of this conversation never ceasing.”
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Ryan J. Reilly 2h
Replying to @MsPackyetti
“I do know this: America owes its readiness for this moment to the thousands of people who were on the streets in Ferguson, Baltimore and more. We don’t have this time of transformation without that time of sacrifice.” —
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Ryan J. Reilly 2h
Replying to @Nettaaaaaaaa
., one of the young protesters who took to streets six years ago, says watching injustice unfold online in video after video has “radicalized a whole generation of people.”
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Ryan J. Reilly 3h
Replying to @TefPoe
“There’s a subversive energy that has radiated from Ferguson all throughout America. They saw the people of St. Louis do something that, in my opinion, hadn’t been done since 1776, which was force the democracy to actually be a democracy...” —
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Ryan J. Reilly 3h
Replying to @samswey
. called the Ferguson protests “the catalyst” for the movement we’re seeing today. “None of what we’re seeing today would be possible without the protesters who took to the streets in Ferguson.”
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Ryan J. Reilly 3h
Replying to @EricHolder
“They’re too young to be called it, but they’re almost like the grandfathers of the movement. They’re the creators of the energy that has now spilled onto the streets of the United States and help to move the nation into a better place.” -
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Alanna Vagianos 3h
A must-read from : The 2014 unrest and protests in Ferguson, Missouri, laid the groundwork for the current moment, even if many white Americans didn’t listen until now.
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Ryan J. Reilly 3h
Six years after Ferguson, here’s my look at how protesters built the foundation for the mass movement we’ve seen unfold in the past two months:
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Ryan J. Reilly 12h
Oh hey, on Last Week Tonight.
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Michael Tae Sweeney Aug 2
E-bikes are the transportation form of the future: human scaled, fast, zero-carbon and literally the only thing in our way is cars
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Matthew Yglesias 18h
Here paints an optimistic picture in which American families are able to gather for Thanksgiving dinners this fall and discuss election chaos in person.
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Josh Billinson 21h
millennials who still talk about vine memes watching zoomers freak out about losing tiktok
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Zoe Tillman Aug 2
. thoughtfully puts into words what I and every parent I know is struggling with. This is a beautiful and heartbreaking read. "That fleeting dread most parents experience now and then about being an utter failure is the new status quo."
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