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One student said the private school cannot hide the truths about America from them. “Even if you’re going to try and cancel us learning about anti-racism, we’re not going to let you stop us, and we’re going to try anything we can to continue on to have an anti-racist community.”
How Facebook knew it was pushing vulnerable people to conspiracy theories and extremism—all in the name of greater "engagement," & profit. Said one FB researcher: they would send “a barrage of extreme, conspiratorial, & graphic content.” @BrandyZadrozny
The Georgia student who posted a now-viral photo of the crowded hallways of her high school during #COVID19 has been suspended for doing so. That's OK, she said. The world needed to know the danger. "This is some good and necessary trouble," she said.
She discovered her dad worked to negate the vote of Blacks and Latinos. The GOP fought hard to keep their consultant's documents & hard drives secret. His daughter just made them public, saying Americans must see how her dad was ruining democracy.
25 years ago, the Boston Police Department had evidence on an alleged child molester. They let it go. He kept his badge, in fact he rose to become the head of the police union. Now 5 more people have come forward—and say he molested them as kids, too.
Last year, @NatGeo featured a woman mayor in Afghanistan as part of story on worldwide advances for women. Today, that official, 29 yo Zarifa Ghafari (pictured), said she could not escape—and is waiting for the Taliban to kill her.