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Tressie Mc
sociologist. professor. author. she. "a dense little wonder" says = : Repped:
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Liz Plank Nov 19
Women of color are more likely to be victims and yet less likely to be believed/centered in sexual assault coverage
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Tressie Mc 2h
If missing, I was last seen here.
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Tressie Mc 2h
Replying to @BCDreyer
I would put you out 🙃
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Tressie Mc 2h
Notes from class. Black sexual politics, the various studies on online mating preferences etc etc
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Chloe Angyal 3h
His producer, a woman, "would just shrug and just say 'that's just Charlie being Charlie.'"
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Stephanie Kelton 4h
CANCEL STUDENT LOAN DEBT. CANCEL STUDENT LOAN DEBT. CANCEL STUDENT LOAN DEBT. CANCEL STUDENT LOAN DEBT. CANCEL STUDENT LOAN DEBT. CANCEL STUDENT LOAN DEBT. CANCEL STUDENT LOAN DEBT. CANCEL STUDENT LOAN DEBT. CANCEL STUDENT LOAN DEBT. CANCEL STUDENT LOAN DEBT. CANCEL STUDENT...
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Tressie Mc 4h
lol I'm so sorry but yours is way worse
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Tressie Mc 4h
Sent car for oil change and $600 later...
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Tressie Mc 4h
Yeah I suspect twitter isn't versed in how racist terror speech is unique for being especially violent. And don't care. I sincerely believe someone is eventually going to die because of Twitter but ya know.
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Ashley C. Ford 4h
I think if a person is kind or open online people start to think they can boss that person around or demand things of them. You can’t do that with me. I owe you nothing.
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Tressie Mc 4h
We are about to blow up the country at the IDEA of "coal jobs" - white male work. Nursing and teaching are being turned into debtor hells and nothing.
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Tressie Mc 4h
Of all the jobs the NYT listed as those where this has happened about 3/4 are "female" jobs. The derision for women would come through in the comments.
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Tressie Mc 4h
Replying to @tressiemcphd
They put black men in actual cages and black women in bureaucratic cages.
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Tressie Mc 4h
Replying to @tressiemcphd
But anyway that's why the political inertia on this issue. The face of this is black women like the face of mass incarceration is that of black men. They are twin processes.
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Tressie Mc 4h
Replying to @tressiemcphd
thats a death knell for higher education.
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Tressie Mc 4h
Replying to @tressiemcphd
Some of the women in my book were so comfortable with the idea of refund and wage seizure to pay their student loan debt that they had a lingo for it. If our rhetorician colleagues are correct, this means predation has become rationalized in everyday discourse.
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Tressie Mc 4h
Replying to @tressiemcphd
And I will say for the millionth time that this burden - the financializarion, bureaucratic surveillance and debt - are disproportionately borne by black women.
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Tressie Mc 4h
Replying to @tressiemcphd
If higher education attainment make your income mobility worse, after accounting for debt and bureaucratic penalties like those in the NYT story, higher education ceases to be a public good
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Tressie Mc 4h
Replying to @tressiemcphd
High risk institutions cannot be the solution to any occupational shortages, real or imagined, but especially in gendered low wage work - i.e. THE FIELDS IN WHICH THEY DOMINATE
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Tressie Mc 4h
Replying to @CAPAction
4profits boast about how critical they are to credentialing in healthcare field. As a report shows, they overestimate how much they credential in high need healthcare areas But even if true, it would be a terrible idea for these reasons
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