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Critical race theory is the new front in the Republican culture wars. It includes the idea of systemic racism, but is hard to define precisely, and it's unclear how much it shows up in the classroom. https://t.co/fe6ZPzKL2C
If you cannot identify this as a manufactured controversy designed to give voice to racists and to intimidate people from describing racism accurately, quit the fact checking business. Anodyne language doesn’t make you more objective, it makes you a vector for bullshit. https://t.co/YXGxSChnIk
It's great to see grassroots activists forcing school boards and states like Florida to BAN the teaching of Critical Race Theory ... Let's make it happen everywhere!
It’s sad when people are more offended by finding out they’re racist than actual racism. https://t.co/nGOOqxvIkM
This makes 5 years for the #PulseNightclub mass shooting where 49 people lost their lives celebrating #Pride. Sadly #MassShootings have become a daily occurrence for Americans, today marks 267 mass shootings this year. We must #HonorThemWithAction, #GunControlNow #ForThe49. https://t.co/q0309BfIqK
73 years ago, women were allowed to serve as permanent members of the US military. Women veterans make up the fastest-growing veteran cohort. It is up to us to make sure that all 2 million of them are are treated with the dignity and respect they deserve. #WomenVeteransDay https://t.co/XssQYIsIQf
President Biden at G7: “The United States, I’ve said before, we’re back … The U.S. is back.” When a reporter asked President Biden if allies think “America is back,”Biden said to ask French President Macron. Macron responded, “Definitely. Definitely.”
Today marks five years since 49 lives were lost in the Pulse nightclub shooting — the single deadliest attack against the LGBTQ community in our country’s history. It’s our responsibility to fight hate in all its forms to ensure nothing like it ever happens again. https://t.co/2oVJmDLBZN
Five years ago, 49 people were murdered in a shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, FL. While Pride Month is a time to celebrate our LGBTQ+ community, we must also acknowledge the great harm done by anti-LGBTQ+ hatred. ALL Americans deserve to live in safety.
Five years ago, we suffered the deadliest attack affecting the LGBTQ+ community in our history. Within minutes, Pulse Nightclub turned from a place of acceptance and joy to a place of unspeakable pain. As we remember those we lost, we must recommit to honoring them with action.
“After enlisting in the navy at 18 years old, Jackson won an NROTC scholarship to Hampton University. She then served as a naval intelligence officer among one of the first groups of women deployed on an aircraft carrier, the USS Roosevelt.” https://t.co/ScfMPzfhSk
Five years ago, 49 people were murdered, and 53 were injured in a devastating shooting that targeted the LGBTQ+ community at the Pulse Nightclub. Today, I remember the lives lost and forever changed, and I again call on the Senate to bring our gun safety legislation to a vote.
Thankful and Honored to Serve ❤️🤍💙🇺🇸 https://t.co/ArLht6WPfP