97: Black Lives Matter
7 juni 2020
Protesterna som skakar Amerika sen George Floyd mördades av polis på öppen gata, och en blick tillbaks på polisövervåld sedan Rodney King och Los Angeles upploppen. Samt att Golden Gate bron nu “sjunger.”
Länkar och källor
This #thread is for those of you struggling to comprehend that the recent murders are just a fraction of racial violence in the United States. We are protesting for #GeorgeFloyd #BreonnaTaylor, #AhmaudArbery AND hundreds of years of oppression.— Erica B. (@ericabuddington) May 30, 2020
Let's begin your history lesson. pic.twitter.com/BiO7EbCbLo
Hey folks, took a tracer found to the face (I think, given my backpack) and am headed into surgery to see if we can save my left eye— Linda Tirado (@KillerMartinis) May 30, 2020
Am wisely not gonna be on Twitter while I'm on morphine
Stay safe folks pic.twitter.com/apZOyGrcBO
Rand Paul tried to lecture Black lawmakers on the definition of lynching. Kamala Harris delivered her response. I was going to take a snippet from the 7 minutes to highlight but I couldn’t. The entire speech is powerful and one that’ll go down in history. pic.twitter.com/qxmCi85jL6— José (@josecanyousee) June 4, 2020
Scary. Maybe it's their blank faces, or the barren church….I don't know why this reminds me of the last scene in a movie about the Nuclear Apocalypse.— Ana Navarro-Cárdenas (@ananavarro) June 3, 2020
I guess the communication geniuses at White House thought this makes a great photo-op or something.
They were wrong.
great photo op. nailed it pic.twitter.com/X7uedAcxHb— Brendan Karet 🚮 (@bad_takes) June 1, 2020
Anthony J.:— Mark Krueger (@markkrueg) June 6, 2020
"Engineers designed new sides for the sidewalk to help with wind resistance but didn't take into account the EXTREME sound it creates when wind passes through it. The bridge sings crazy songs now it's so trippy. It hurts the ears and unbearable it's that loud." pic.twitter.com/GWdVia1GNS