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Inside 100 Tweets
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Misinformation is dangerous & can hamper our ability to make progress on global issues. On Tuesday's #SocialMediaDay, we launched "Pause" — a campaign that asks everyone to take time to think about what you share online. #TakeCareBeforeYouShare. https://t.co/9cNARGlEUN https://t.co/71VxfAW7OZ
This year for #Pride, we’re celebrating by showcasing Black LGBTQ+ activists and community leaders. Meet @HopeDisguised She’s a trans activist and the founder of the #AllowMe Movement, which helps young LGBTQ+ people of color find and succeed in leadership positions. https://t.co/UpsASHH7b1
“Pride to me means resilience and bravery. Pride was a riot and it was a time when we were finally heard and taken seriously. Our voice was not only heard but we were respected, and it was liberating. I am so proud of those that stood their ground for visibility.” @ED_JevonMartin
“I started in the LGBTQ community in my teen years in the Village. Being on the Pier, you'd see the different houses voguing and playing. As the morning came, people would still be out there. And I realized these people don’t have homes. They stay outside." @ED_JevonMartin
This year for #Pride, we’re celebrating by showcasing Black LGBTQ+ activists and community leaders. Meet @ED_JevonMartin (he/him). He’s the founder and executive director of @princessjanaepl, an organization that supports the homeless trans population. https://t.co/XAXvW5e2Gb
“There’s not a lot of representation for artists like me. I feel like that’s disheartening but I also know where I am. I get the territory. You know, we’re in the South. What I take pride in everyday is being my role at the arts council, I gain more visibility.“ @JordanMedley
This year for Pride, we’re celebrating by showcasing Black LGBTQ+ activists and community leaders. Meet @JordanMedley He’s a dancer and member of the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forysth County where he advocates for equitable access to grant funding and arts programming. https://t.co/wNjXdnA7JM
To honor #Juneteenth, we’re taking time to become better listeners and greater-informed individuals, so we’re more equipped to take action. This won’t be a conversation reserved for one day, it’s one we’ll continue having until racial injustice is no longer a reality. https://t.co/4xOSllRI0D
It's Global Accessibility Awareness Day, a day to raise awareness of the need for digital inclusion for the 1B+ people in the world with disabilities. We’re celebrating those who use our technologies to support, advocate & stay connected to people with disabilities. #GAAD https://t.co/zf8zT3MKT0