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8yo [Yesterday]: I learned about a Black musical person who was blind, but I can't remember his name. Me: Ray Charles or Stevie Wonder? 8yo: Ray Charles, yes! But who is Stevie Wonder? Me: Wait till tomorrow. 8yo [Today]: HOW DID YOU KNOW I'D LEARN ABOUT STEVIE WONDER TODAY?
Just to put a pin in the Seuss thing, there is not a Black parent my age THAT I KNOW who hasn't had the unique experience of opening a "new" Seuss story, starting to read it, and realizing that it's TOO RACIST TO CONTINUE and changing it on the fly in front of the kids.
Six Dr. Seuss books — including “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” and “If I Ran the Zoo” — will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery, the business that preserves and protects the author's legacy said. https://t.co/FB2boW7ao0
I feel like it's being missed that the people who profit from Dr. Seuss are the ones making the decision not to publish anymore his most racist stuff. HOW IS THIS NOT "THE MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS" working AS INTENDED???? https://t.co/SEKkpr69Ep
This literally just happened at the Supreme Court ⬇️ Justice Barrett: What is the interest of the GOP in keeping (laws that suppress minority voters) on the books? Republican Lawyer: It puts us at a competitive disadvantage relative to Democrats. Politics is a zero-sum game.
Grassley is literally attempting the "both the same" nonsense when he calls Antifascists the same as white supremacists in this hearing. People DEFENDING themselves from fascists and hate are not the same as those that want them dead. #Jan6Hearing
Cats have a precise method of walking called ‘direct registering’. Their hind paws fall inside the place of their forepaws — minimizing noise and visible tracks — while ensuring more stable footing. Amazing... https://t.co/2HiuIX7R2t
This is some: "they always walk in single file to hide their numbers" shit https://t.co/0rFPQ9A11w
Merrick Garland’s nomination approved by Senate Judiciary, with Grassley, Graham, Cornyn and Tillis voting with Democrats to advance the pick to the floor. Sasse, Lee, Hawley, Cotton, Kennedy, Cruz and Blackburn voted NO
This is promising. Durbin opens door to ending blue slips on district court nominees if Republicans systemically block candidates of color in Southern states like they did under Obama: "I am not going to let the blue slip perpetuate prejudice in America" https://t.co/PKTA2UydPl
Blue slips were literally designed to "perpetuate prejudice." Southern Senators invented them to anonymously oppose judges committed to upholding Brown v. Board of Ed. https://t.co/a3ZnngyusQ