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RT @MorningEdition: Five young descendants of Frederick Douglass read and respond to excerpts of his famous speech, "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?" — asking all of us to consider America's long history of denying equal rights to Black Americans. https://t.co/nVBjOemVdb

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RT @goldengateblond: Carl Reiner was a baller in every sense of the word. I’m only sorry he didn’t live long enough to see Trump gone. In his honor, register or check your registration at https://t.co/1XZ7S2z9h6, and tell a friend to do the same. 

RIP, legend. https://t.co/fRgltsMfUi

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What a blast - I had a ball getting to play around with everyone today! Xo https://t.co/MDYSWfqGrd

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Astrid and I recorded this not too long after the pandemic began. #Repost femmefatalefilmfestival with @get_repost
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Today we’re sharing our very first episode of The Femme Fatale Podcast!
This episode features… https://t.co/IWPwU9lQsB

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RT @JamilSmith: My cover story for the July edition of @RollingStone, on the current American rebellion against police violence and systemic racism—through the lens of the three women who first put the words “black lives matter” into our political lexicon seven years ago. https://t.co/4buz65ZVI7 https://t.co/zjNgqOFr6M

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RT @nataliemorales: an idea: just leave the horses. take down the statues of traitorous, racist, and colonizing men and keep the horses so we just have statues of horses everywhere and we become a nation of horse statues

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RT @tweetsoutloud: NASA has a lack of diversity.

Can you imagine how even more incredible NASA could be if it brought in the best and brightest from *every* community? Let’s make it happen. https://t.co/2SMhv9CAT9

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RT @sesamestreet: Today is a day of celebration, learning, and sharing traditions and history. We are proud to celebrate #Juneteenth with our Black and African American families, friends, and community. https://t.co/V3TFhTP405

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RT @karenhunter: #Juneteenth went from a relatively obscure holiday celebrated primarily in Texas and scattered states to on the verge of a national holiday in just weeks. That means a whole lot of things can be fixed quickly. People's capacity to change is great. There shall be no excuses.

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RT @gabydunn: I've been reading a lot about private prisons and modern slavery and I think this is a good read for today, Juneteenth. Especially for white people to read. https://t.co/m8HYZnw22a

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