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Tom Perriello
Executive Director, Open Society Foundations for US. Progressive advocate/author. Former diplomat (QDDR & SEGL) & Congressperson (VA-05).
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Blue Virginia 6h
.: We Have a Chance to Build a Just, Transparent Criminal Justice System that Cares for Victims, Treats Everyone Fairly and Humanely, Addresses Systemic Disparities in Race and Class
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Tom Perriello 5h
I want to win but not this way. 🇺🇸
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Rep. Pramila Jayapal 9h
Big moment today! Proud to introduce a bold plan with & to take on the crippling crisis of student debt.
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Tom Perriello 8h
“Universal Family Care” - a bold proposal to expand and integrate early child care, paid leave, disability insurance, and elder care for people across all incomes. By
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Sister District Brooklyn Jun 23
Sister District alumna Jennifer Carroll Foy needs just two more progressive state Delegates and two more progressive state Senators to make a meaningful criminal justice reform in Virginia.
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Tom Perriello Jun 23
More groundbreaking this week than elevation of public debate about reparations has been the evolution of what phrase follows it - from “...for slavery” to “...for slavery and its progeny” of lynching, redlining, mass incarceration and voter suppression still felt today.
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Jonathan Martin Jun 23
Read on Arthur Ashe, Richmond and America w some 🔥 from
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Tom Perriello Jun 23
For anyone who has seen Amadeus or worries how society shapes history around certain types of genius, a must read. (Fwiw I would have titled it “Salieri’s Resurrection” rather than Revenge):
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Sherrilyn Ifill Jun 23
This is truly a MUST READ piece. Thank you for writing this. We challenged Detroit's tax lien foreclosure system and recently issued a report on how water tax liens (for unpaid water bills) are leading to foreclosure on Black homeowners in cities.
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Tom Perriello Jun 23
Going to take more than 140 ALL CAPS from to capture how badly Cameroon has gotten jilted by these calls.
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Tom Perriello Jun 23
Great work by and leading this fight for a budget that supports working families!
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Tom Perriello Jun 23
Great model of : Families Coalition is changing the conversation about the . With 600+ individuals pushing for 10 Budget Recommendations with huge impact on working families. Learn more here:
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Sanctuary DMV Jun 22
ALERT: we’re getting credible reports of immigrants being detained in & other DC locations. Call us if you see ICE activity. Undocumented folx, please see attached card for safety guidelines. folx, please RT
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Rep. Abigail Spanberger Jun 22
It doesn't look like much, but this piece of paper represents 4 months of work, 408 colleagues offering their support, and $55 million to invest in broadband infrastructure in and across the United States. I never forget what a privilege it is to fight for Central Virginia.
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Sheila Bynum-Coleman Jun 22
My opponent is *complaining* that Virginia might: ✅Make it easier for citizens to exercise their right to vote ✅Ban offshore drilling ✅Pass reasonable gun safety laws ✅Protect women’s reproductive freedoms I guess we agree that’s “what is at stake this fall.”
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Tom Perriello Jun 22
Foul, sure. Red card? Fits clear pattern of refs favoring Norway against the Aussies
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Tom Perriello Jun 22
Would love to see Nigeria chart a goal to cap their exceptionally gutsy performance against 🇩🇪
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Jason Kamras Jun 22
Arthur Ashe Boulevard! What a momentous, historical, and beautiful day for Richmond, Virginia!
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Tom Perriello Jun 22
Replying to @tomperriello
...At a time when this country is at a crossroads, this will become an intersection where the sordid, sinful and divisive past meets an inclusive, hopeful vision for the future. Symbolically, it will ask the question: Which way are we going?”
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Tom Perriello Jun 22
Replying to @tomperriello
“Arthur Ashe Blvd will cut through an avenue of ghosts, not all of them friendly. Richmond is checkered with bronze and stone tributes to the Lost Cause...
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