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In #TheWeekly: Segregated City, we meet students who push for #desegregation of public schools, coming up with their own proposals and forming rallies, fighting for a better, more just education. 

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In #TheWeekly: Segregated City, we meet students who push for #desegregation of public schools, coming up with their own proposals and forming rallies, fighting for a better, more just education. 🎬: https://t.co/3ZQcY3YEB1 (Available in Asia) #theweeklyNYT #nytimes #BLM #nyc https://t.co/uBFMxcrolC

Catch @TheWeekly: v. Johnson & Johnson for the full story behind the lawsuits that claim #JohnsonandJohnson baby powder contained cancer-causing asbestos.

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Catch @TheWeekly: v. Johnson & Johnson for the full story behind the lawsuits that claim #JohnsonandJohnson baby powder contained cancer-causing asbestos. 🎬: https://t.co/bvIsIlAT5E (Exclusively available in Asia) #theweeklyNYT #talc #iwonder https://t.co/oUv3rRJq9E

Watch our investigation into claims about baby powder in an episode of #TheWeeklyNYT from last fall. And hats off to @RoniNYTimes , @tiffkhsu , @ashorland 👊🏽👊🏼👊🏻https://t.co/8PXDOZrHgw

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📢FULL episode available to Times subscribers in the U.S. ... American defense contractors used the promise of new jobs to persuade the U.S. government to let them arm Saudi Arabia, an ally with a troubling human rights record. Watch #TheWeeklyNYT. https://t.co/kX2NbNyItb

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📢 New FULL episode available to Times subscribers in the U.S. ... “How did you have the courage to do that?” A young woman kidnapped by Boko Haram tells @dionnesearcey on #TheWeeklyNYT how she defied the extremists’ plans to send her on suicide missions. https://t.co/Tb3l6J4I5O

It still makes me exceptionally happy that Balaraba was able to tell her story to @dionnesearcey and #TheWeeklyNYT, defying the odds every step of her journey. https://t.co/mXtcFfrQno

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📢 New FULL episode available to Times subscribers in the U.S. ... “How did you have the courage to do that?” A young woman kidnapped by Boko Haram tells @dionnesearcey on #TheWeeklyNYT how she defied the extremists’ plans to send her on suicide missions. https://t.co/Tb3l6J4I5O

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I suggest everyone watch #theWeeklyNYT because it may give you some insight behind some of the candidates you are so gung-ho about

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📢FULL episode available for Times subscribers in the U.S. ... A police chief in Mexico struck a deal with an assassin: protection in exchange for help putting away drug cartel bosses. Was the pact worth the price? #TheWeeklyNYT https://t.co/RABY2MYYsV

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Saudi planes dropping American bombs have killed thousands of civilians in Yemen. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates how U.S. defense contractors have been able to press overseas arms deals despite the humanitarian costs. Now streaming on @Hulu. https://t.co/1LzCySaexC

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Saudi planes dropping American bombs have killed thousands of civilians in Yemen. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates how U.S. defense contractors have been able to press overseas arms deals despite the humanitarian costs. Now streaming on @Hulu. https://t.co/vT0EYD0Zc5

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Saudi warplanes dropping American bombs have killed thousands of civilians in Yemen. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates how U.S. defense firms used the promise of new jobs to persuade the Trump administration to approve more arms sales. Now streaming on @Hulu.  https://t.co/kX2NbNQjkJ https://t.co/4e72fRGBAo

Saudi warplanes dropping American bombs have killed thousands of civilians in Yemen. #TheWeeklyNYT investigates how U.S. defense firms used the promise of new jobs to persuade the Trump administration to approve more arms sales. Now streaming on @Hulu. https://t.co/kX2NbNQjkJ https://t.co/4e72fRGBAo

Should American defense contractors be selling arms to the Saudi military as it bombs civilians in Yemen? #TheWeeklyNYT investigates where the U.S. should draw the line between boosting jobs and curbing a humanitarian crisis. Watch now on @Hulu.  https://t.co/kX2NbNyItb https://t.co/fVYenhr0kb

Should American defense contractors be selling arms to the Saudi military as it bombs civilians in Yemen? #TheWeeklyNYT investigates where the U.S. should draw the line between boosting jobs and curbing a humanitarian crisis. Watch now on @Hulu. https://t.co/kX2NbNyItb https://t.co/fVYenhr0kb

Defense contractors have maintained close ties with the Trump administration, a relationship that’s paid off for companies like Raytheon, a chief supplier of arms to Saudi Arabia. Watch #TheWeeklyNYT investigation streaming on @Hulu. https://t.co/kX2NbNyItb https://t.co/BKwZQLIk2K

Defense contractors have maintained close ties with the Trump administration, a relationship that’s paid off for companies like Raytheon, a chief supplier of arms to Saudi Arabia. Watch #TheWeeklyNYT investigation streaming on @Hulu. https://t.co/kX2NbNyItb https://t.co/BKwZQLIk2K

In the past year, @nytimes reporters went around the world on more than 2 dozen investigations for #TheWeeklyNYT. Times subscribers in the U.S. can watch full episodes online for free: https://t.co/sX5CpYYETp https://t.co/k0s5LWOyPs

In the past year, @nytimes reporters went around the world on more than 2 dozen investigations for #TheWeeklyNYT. Times subscribers in the U.S. can watch full episodes online for free: https://t.co/sX5CpYYETp https://t.co/k0s5LWOyPs

"More than 12,000 civilians have been killed ... since the start of the war in #Yemen."

Important investigation from @TheWeekly into the arms trade fueling the #YemenWar, citing @ACLEDINFO data on the human toll.

Watch: https://t.co/M2LqhVsnaz #TheWeeklyNYT https://t.co/Nk2DMuYqRf

"More than 12,000 civilians have been killed ... since the start of the war in #Yemen." Important investigation from @TheWeekly into the arms trade fueling the #YemenWar, citing @ACLEDINFO data on the human toll. Watch: https://t.co/M2LqhVsnaz #TheWeeklyNYT https://t.co/Nk2DMuYqRf

American defense contractors used the promise of new jobs to persuade the U.S. government to let them arm Saudi Arabia, an ally with a troubling human rights record. Watch #TheWeeklyNYT investigation on @FXNetworks and @Hulu. https://t.co/kX2NbNyItb

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