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Passing off anti-union beliefs under the guise of feminism isn’t just cynical—it’s flat-out wrong. https://t.co/4KD05skeAu

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Thousands of Philly teachers taught classes outside in the snow to demand vaccines before they returned to the classroom. They won. https://t.co/XfTwakSOxH

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Working Women Need the PRO Act https://t.co/KFvRT4dSTa

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"Although unspeakable trauma is being inflicted on an entire people, this is also a moment of clarity" https://t.co/cXoQTDyrtW

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"Majorie Taylor Greene is not a 'Karen' who is trying to speak to the manager. She is a white supremacist who has targeted her next victim. Make her stop, before it is too late." https://t.co/aYTz8WEvtu

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Ladies and gentlemen, here's my latest book review for @thenation, covering Walter Johnson's book *The Broken Heart of America* and how St. Louis's history says so much about American history. #Twitterstorians https://t.co/s7SygSj5JD

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"In Broken Heart of America, Johnson sets out to convey this twin narrative—of empire-building and racism and of the people seeking to end those evils and remake the country into a genuine democracy." @robgreeneII on St. Louis in @BooksandtheArts https://t.co/MAdMKSDRzP

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Marjorie Taylor Greene is not the AOC of the right. She's a dollar store racist who needs to be stopped before she escalates her violent behavior. My latest in @thenation https://t.co/YdSknhU2sB

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The unrecognized past of America’s newest national monument presents a chance for us to better understand our present environmental challenges. https://t.co/n64ffn1OUR

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Women like Claire McClinton, Johnnie Tillmon, and Julia Ward Howe have allowed us glimpses of what a country that served and empowered all women looks like. https://t.co/7NzlwzwPeD

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If Krasner wins tomorrow’s primary, which is tantamount to victory in the overwhelmingly Democratic Philadelphia, the assessment will be that the movement he represents is here to stay. https://t.co/VjJQJ6WmAj

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Mass death was turned into a business opportunity. https://t.co/N0m3JlTPwJ

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With the explosion of Israeli violence this last week, Palestinians are experiencing a level of terror that is both new and painfully reminiscent of the terror of 1948. https://t.co/BSpkXIU3uy

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A newly discovered video of Greene harassing AOC in 2019, along with Greene’s attacks on her colleague on the House floor last week, reveal a racism that is as old as it is scary, writes @ElieNYC https://t.co/Ge2xphqym0

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My take on the current events in Palestine, read in a broader context, just out in ⁦@thenationhttps://t.co/0uQFAoLQUl

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As the debate over in-person schooling roiled, teachers’ unions secured significant protections­—often with parents’ support. https://t.co/2ZJne0gpz2

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In the state that once pioneered the punitive Three Strikes policy, a coalition of recently elected district attorneys is pushing back against mass incarceration. https://t.co/Lckg3Bi5YV

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