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7 years ago today: Charlotte Bacon, 6. Daniel Barden, 7. Rachel Davino, teacher. Olivia Rose Engel, 6. Josephine Gay, 7. Dawn Lafferty Hocksprung, principal. Dylan Hockley, 6. Madeleine Hsu, 6. Catherine Hubbard, 6. Chase Kowalski, 7. Nancy Lanza, mother. Jesse Lewis, 6.
200,000 voters, of which 55% are in cities and towns that voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 are about to be kicked off the voting rolls. Looks like #VoterSuppression for Christmas this year. #RegisterToVote #VoteBlueMKE https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/2019/12/13/judge-orders-wisconsin-purge-more-than-200-000-voters-list/4412776002/ …
Wisconsin- If you moved you must reregistervto vote you very well may be purged from voter rolls.
Rep. Frederica Wilson to Betsy DeVos: "I've had some honest disagreements with my friends in the Republican party about how to move education forward but I've never, not one time, believed that they were out to destroy public education until I met you."
It had to be said!
If the primary goes the way the polling has, we’re gonna see some real tension between primarily white “progressives” and Black voters from the south. There would likely be calls to try to limit the influence of the south in the future. Those calls must be vigorously resisted
We "demand the immediate removal of Stephen Miller ... Recent reports confirm that he advanced white nationalist, anti-immigrant ideologies ..." Sen. @KamalaHarris leads 27 Senate Dems in call for Trump to oust #StephenMiller ☛ http://ow.ly/5EWF50xx4a0 #RolandMartinUnfiltered
Replying to @jbouie
At our 1619 symposium, scholar Susan Nieman said we should stop referring to that period as Jim Crow because that term is too benign and almost comforting. She said we should accurately call it the period of sustained racial terrorism and that really shifted something in me.