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Inside 100 Tweets
It took 3 years, 2 months and 1 day to get to the billionth tweet.
New: My deep dive into the decades-long effort to create a national database of US police use of force incidents - and why this cycle seems to repeat itself every few years. “I’ve been around so long and it seems they just keep rediscovering the wheel." https://t.co/BLvBZJQCPV
In an intvw with @Time’s @LissandraVilla, @AndrewYang says before moving fwd w/ reparations, “we need to reshape our economy so that it’s working for all of us.” Adds “And then we should move directly towards considering and winning reparations.” https://t.co/IejEY0KnOM
The long fight toward equality in the U.S. is often measured in Supreme Court decisions and congressional acts. But presidential administrations wield tremendous power in their ability to quietly change federal policies in ways that hurt the marginalized. https://t.co/af8O8wtWfl
I have to confess, after half a year of pandemic, I am showing signs of cabin fever. If nothing else, the enforced isolation has helped me write. I am spending long hours every day on THE WINDS OF WINTER, and making steady progress. https://t.co/i0DRw51PC7
Me to my editor: “If nothing else, the enforced isolation has helped me write.” https://t.co/OqSYKUwC0z
“Growing up, had I been able to see someone quite like myself in Congress, it would have been direct evidence of the fact that things really do get better,” Jones told me. “This has been a long time coming — approximately 244 years.” https://t.co/Ipi7fh8RMa