Our season-long series will touch on concerns like authoritarianism, voter suppression and gerrymandering, foreign intervention, and the role of money in politics, but we’ll go much deeper, effectively retelling the story of the United States…
Please. Stop. Putting. People. Who. Are. Still. Lying. About. The. Election. On. TV.
We are so tired y'all. https://twitter.com/voxdotcom/status/1365285550224244736
EXCLUSIVE: More than a dozen current and former Amazon corporate employees told @delrey that they saw a pattern of systemic racial bias at the company, which affected Black employees’ career growth and personal lives. https://www.vox.com/recode/2021/2/26/22297554/bias-disrespect-and-demotions-black-employees-say-amazon-has-a-race-problem?utm_campaign=vox&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter
This is Lucius Jeter. He was one of many Black stonemasons who helped build Duke University’s campus. Jeter worked on the foundations of West Campus in the 1930s and the Allen Building in the early 1950s. #BlackHistoryMonth
#CDSCourses grad @TinuDiver is currently crowdfunding for her #documentary, THIS BELONGS TO US, which chronicles the stories of Black women craft beer brewers in the American south. Check out their campaign here! https://buff.ly/3uDzmAo