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The 2012 election broke records with 31.7 million political tweets. Election Day was by far the most tweeted about event in US political history.
On this day in 2012, Trayvon Martin was fatally shot in FL while walking home from a nearby store. His shooter claimed he looked "suspicious" because he was wearing a hooded sweatshirt. To overcome racial inequality, we must confront our history. https://t.co/bgfVy9k089
On this day in 2020, two white men killed Ahmaud Arbery, a young unarmed Black man out jogging. Local officials lied and did not hold the men accountable for months, until a video was released. To overcome racial inequality, we must confront our history. https://t.co/hSz1oPkGy1
A few days after the killing of George Floyd, former officer Derek Chauvin was preparing to plead guilty to third-degree murder. William Barr then stepped in to reject the plan. This is quite a story from @tarangoNYT ahead of Chauvin's upcoming trial. https://t.co/UFKlecrwPm
While we were watching the trial of the terror that unfolded in DC.. this dropped. “Derek Chauvin was set to plead guilty to third-degree murder....” and agree to 10 years...but then..... Check out @tarangoNYT ‘s excellent reporting. #GeorgeFloyd https://t.co/z3q7OR4YzK
"The latest adjustments were unlikely to placate...those frustrated and confused by the state’s red-light, green-light approach to managing" the pandemic. Smart look at Newsom's latest move by @thomasfullerNYT + @JillCowan: https://t.co/rGRfBlMTzo
If you grew up in LA, you always knew there was 2 LA's. One where the wealthy had everything they could ever want & one for everyone else. The pandemic has not only exposed this but has exacerbated it. Deeply sad & powerful reporting by @tarangoNYT. https://t.co/ocIqCmesLM
This is an important article by @tarangoNYT about how longtime housing and income inequality here in L.A. County have propelled #COVID19 cases and deaths within immigrant communities, Latino communities, communities of color. https://t.co/cFTU1LmKcw
Important piece by @tarangoNYT for anyone who wonders why Los Angeles can’t shake the virus. From working class suburbs like Bell Gardens to packed LA neighborhoods like Pico Union, infections have soared from the start. via @nytimes https://t.co/dgdLtsyoZW