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Inside 100 Tweets
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There are varying perspectives on what “defund the police” means. I spoke with activists in various cities who say discussions over semantics are distracting from the goals of real change in communities most impacted by police issues and marginalization. https://t.co/m2eMCVPnPo
I spent months getting to know a landlord & the tenant who owes her $30,000+ in back rent. Eviction moratoriums, while well-intentioned, put them both in a bad spot. My latest piece explains why we're looking at a possible housing crisis when they expire. https://t.co/57mjq6921x
Hate crimes against Asian Americans, especially elders, are on the rise. Here's why many say community efforts, not more policing, is the answer. Many thanks to @beyonkz @StopAAPIHate @nguyen_amanda @ZachWNorris for sharing their insights with @TIME: https://t.co/5G16J0DXUA
We spoke with Director Shaka King and Daniel Kaluuya on their new film "Judas and the Black Messiah" which tells the story about Black Panthers leader Fred Hampton, his community outreach efforts in the city of Chicago and the FBI’s ruthless efforts to silence him in the late 60s
Stepped away from my usual beats for this week’s @TIME with @andrewrchow to write about Hollywood’s treatment of African-American history and how over the past few years, Black filmmakers have reclaimed forgotten chapters of Black history: https://t.co/m6LgpHNUV4