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The 2012 election broke records with 31.7 million political tweets. Election Day was by far the most tweeted about event in US political history.
As we reflect, celebrate, and educate on #Juneteenth we look back at the TSU Sit-ins. On March 4, 1960, Houston's first sit-in was held at Weingarten's grocery store lunch counter by 13 TSU students to protest Houston's segregation laws. https://t.co/0vxt9PISqn
Emancipation Park in Houston's 3rd ward was acquired by previously enslaved African Americans who were in support of purchasing their own land on which to celebrate Juneteenth and to use for community development and enrichment. Reflect, celebrate, and educate. #Juneteenth https://t.co/bBZomlE8If
As part of #Pride Month, @HoustonLGBTCoC is hosting the inaugural Pride In Business Awards. Recognizing the contributions made by Chamber members & Corporate Partners, in building a more diverse & inclusive business community in Houston! Register today: https://t.co/H5IhFRbqDH https://t.co/tHUawPqtMu