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Inside 100 Tweets
That's a 78% increase in the number of heads of state and national governments on Twitter from 2011. Which means Twitter is taking over the world. And we're ok with that.
For many Japanese American activists, supporting Black reparations is not only a moral imperative as humans, but also as descendants of people who won redress from the U.S. government for false imprisonment during World War II. https://t.co/CejPCy6DwV
Asian Americans must stand in solidarity with Black Americans: Reparations are long overdue for one of America’s founding sins. https://t.co/ZTUhklzN5x
Instead of tweetin at me or any politician about the violence in Chicago how about you meet me at any Chicago elementary school of your choice. Just gotta be in the hood. Let’s pick 6 kids and make sure they grow up straight. If you ain’t on THAT, keep me out ur mentions 💯
Readers who start in about violence in Chicago are GLAD about it, deep down, because they view it as a kind of refutation of BLM, letting themselves off the hook for being stone haters. If I could help them grasp that in an email, I would; I usually just thank them for writing. https://t.co/PogVhGl1OD
What is the obsession with talking to horrible people? They have the same access to the same world I do, and they *chose* racism, sexism, bigotry, anti-vax, etc. Why is it always the job of people who didn't choose these things to coddle those who did? Fuck them. https://t.co/RCZbEoxmQ1
Stop pleading and start mandating that anyone who wants to travel on an airplane, attend a concert or movie, eat at a restaurant, shop at a store, work in an office, or any other indoor space must show proof of vaccination or a negative covid test. https://t.co/CSgE58jeCC
Yellow Magic Orchestra—the Japanese trio of @ryuichisakamoto, @hosonoharuomi_, and @room66plus—is one of the pioneers of electronic dance music. Today, we're celebrating their legacy by discussing the instruments they used to make the magic happen. https://t.co/2taTxlLJHI
Years ago on the tube my Japanese friend popped a mask on. I asked her why, she said she had a bit of a cold and didn't want to pass it on. It wasn't political, it wasn't an attack on her freedom. Just a courtesy to her fellow passengers. Why can't it be that simple? #MaskUp
BREAKING NEWS WITH AUDIO: 'We need you to stop the counting': Records detail intense efforts by Trump allies to pressure Maricopa County supervisors https://t.co/dYr5XuQ1Vt via @azcentral @kathytulumello @WendellK @dannowicki
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