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Its funny how spoiled the modern American is. TODAY, ALL woman of ALL colors get to vote because of the necessary but imperfect work of the white women who fought for their rights. Nevertheless, the ONLY thing we can discuss is the imperfection of their work. #19thAmendment
It is celebration worthy that women earned the right to vote 100 years ago today. But, not all women. Asian Women -1952 Native American Women -1957 Black women -1965 To all my sisters - please exercise your right to vote! Now more than ever!! #19thAmendment
John Cazale was born on this date in 1935. So much respect for his performances. An inspiration. Gone far too soon. Mr. Cazale has the incredible distinction of all 5 of his roles being in Best Picture nominees (Godfather I and II, Conversation, Deer Hunter, Dog Day Afternoon.)
"Go and really study hard, and some day you'll grow up and maybe be President of the United States," Pres. Trump tells students who may be nervous about starting school after mass shootings. "They have nothing to fear, they have nothing to worry about." https://abcn.ws/2KPrhmr
They see mass shooting after mass shooting. How can they not be afraid?
I’m glad it appears there was no shooting at USA Today. But a reminder that this is the kind of threat that everyone in every newsroom fears. This is 2019.
"...this is the kind of threat that everyone in every newsroom fears." Every shopping mall. Every concert. Every church. Every festival. Every night club. Every SCHOOL. Every job. Every day. ANYWHERE and EVERYWHERE people gather. @KimberlyEAtkins
When asked what journalists can do to tell the story of Japanese internment camps, @GeorgeTakei says, “Please call them concentration camps. Calling them internment camps is a way for the government to distance themselves from what happened.” #AAJA19 ‘#TheTerror: Infamy’ panel.
Reminder from @georgetakei to get the words right — the US incarcerated families in Japanese-American internment camps, not the incorrect “Japanese internment camps.” “That’s distanced the United States from the fact we were imprisoned in the United States.” #AAJA19