In the summer of 1787, fifty-five men got together in Philadelphia to write a new Constitution for the United States, replacing the new nation’s original blueprint, the Articles of Confederation. But why, exactly? What problems…
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2x Peabody-nominated podcast of @CDSDuke. S5: "The Repair," on climate crisis. How did we go so wrong, and who's 'we'? Now at: https://t.co/kjgKAOhau0
This is so offensive I'm at a loss for words. https://twitter.com/ColumbusPolice/status/1620919933948383234
Introducing ‘History 1’ – our newest cruiser to celebrate the achievements of African Americans & recognize their roles in our history. Be on the lookout for ‘History 1’ in your neighborhood & at community events during February. #BlackHistoryMonth #ColumbusPolice #ColumbusOhio
During the 1930’s police killed 4x as many Black people as were lynched in the Jim Crow South. The police have historically been the *primary* means of inflicting deadly white supremacist violence.
My kingdom for a single US institution that stands up for itself in the face of fascism. https://twitter.com/RobertMaguire_/status/1620786730608758785
I am in Florida right now, and seeing how legacy publications are framing fascism in my home state this week is causing me to lose my mind. I’m not surprised; I’m furious. https://twitter.com/zunguzungu/status/1620789614075076609
could the NYT come up with a more DeSantis-friendly headline and framing?
Join me tonight at 630pm for this live, online conversation about what is rarely discussed in the debates over affirmative action: The long history of government set asides for white Americans. With
@catchatweetdown & @SceneOnRadio. Open to the public! https://journalism.nyu.edu/about-us/event/2023-spring/affirmative-actions-back-story/