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Letter From Birmingham Jail - The Atlantic

21 janvier[ —]
“We will reach the goal of freedom in Birmingham and all over the nation, because the goal of America is freedom.”
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@amitabhchandra2 on Twitter
@amitabhchandra2: Every so often, I re-read Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail. While some of the injustices may have changed, his poetic brilliance, moral clarity, and tests of conscience still reverberate today. Take a moment to reflect on his righteous call: theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@sacca on Twitter
@sacca: Every so often, I re-read Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail. While some of the injustices may have changed, his poetic brilliance, moral clarity, and tests of conscience still reverberate today. Take a moment to reflect on his righteous call: theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@BarackObama on Twitter
@BarackObama: Every so often, I re-read Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail. While some of the injustices may have changed, his poetic brilliance, moral clarity, and tests of conscience still reverberate today. Take a moment to reflect on his righteous call: theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
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@goldman on Twitter
@goldman: Every so often, I re-read Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail. While some of the injustices may have changed, his poetic brilliance, moral clarity, and tests of conscience still reverberate today. Take a moment to reflect on his righteous call: theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@dpatil on Twitter
@dpatil: Every so often, I re-read Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail. While some of the injustices may have changed, his poetic brilliance, moral clarity, and tests of conscience still reverberate today. Take a moment to reflect on his righteous call: theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@TheAtlantic on Twitter
@TheAtlantic: “We will reach the goal of freedom in Birmingham and all over the nation,” King wrote in his 1963 letter from Birmingham Jail, “because the goal of America is freedom.” theatln.tc/emWeQTcN
@TheAtlantic on Twitter
@TheAtlantic: "For years now I have heard the word 'Wait!' It rings in the ear of every Negro with piercing familiarity. This 'Wait' has almost always meant 'Never.' We must come to see... that 'justice too long delayed is justice denied.'” theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@profgalloway on Twitter
@profgalloway: Every so often, I re-read Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail. While some of the injustices may have changed, his poetic brilliance, moral clarity, and tests of conscience still reverberate today. Take a moment to reflect on his righteous call: theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@jaketapper on Twitter
@jaketapper: Take a moment today to read (or reread) and absorb every word this MLK Day theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@JeffreyGoldberg on Twitter
@JeffreyGoldberg: If you have seen the I Have A Dream speech but have never read a Letter From Birmingham Jail -today is the day to read and share this powerful essay. #MLKDay theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@JeffreyGoldberg on Twitter
@JeffreyGoldberg: Take a moment today to read (or reread) and absorb every word this MLK Day theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@stevesilberman on Twitter
@stevesilberman: Every so often, I re-read Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail. While some of the injustices may have changed, his poetic brilliance, moral clarity, and tests of conscience still reverberate today. Take a moment to reflect on his righteous call: theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@JeffreyGoldberg on Twitter
@JeffreyGoldberg: Every so often, I re-read Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail. While some of the injustices may have changed, his poetic brilliance, moral clarity, and tests of conscience still reverberate today. Take a moment to reflect on his righteous call: theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@ryan on Twitter
@ryan: Every so often, I re-read Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail. While some of the injustices may have changed, his poetic brilliance, moral clarity, and tests of conscience still reverberate today. Take a moment to reflect on his righteous call: theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@CathyNDavidson on Twitter
@CathyNDavidson: Every so often, I re-read Dr. King’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail. While some of the injustices may have changed, his poetic brilliance, moral clarity, and tests of conscience still reverberate today. Take a moment to reflect on his righteous call: theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@TheAtlantic on Twitter
@TheAtlantic: Take a moment today to read (or reread) and absorb every word this MLK Day theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…

How Much Racism Do You Face Every Day?

21 janvier[ —]
nytimes.com - By Amy Harmon
To see how your experience compares, answer some of the questions that were posed to 101 black teenagers as part of a study measuring the racism they face on a daily basis.
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@wilbanks on Twitter
@wilbanks: Researchers asked 101 black teenagers to document their daily experiences with different types of discrimination. Fill out a sample survey to see how your experience compares. nyti.ms/368MDDU nyti.ms/368MDDU
@qhardy on Twitter
@qhardy: After seeing @RobinDiAngelo discuss white fragility this weekend, this @nytimes article seems especially relevant: nytimes.com/interactive/20…
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@alondra on Twitter
@alondra: Over two weeks, 101 black teenagers were asked to document the subtle forms of racism they face on a daily basis. We turned the results into a sample survey you can take to compare and -- if you are white -- contrast your own experience. nytimes.com/interactive/20…
@cindygallop on Twitter
@cindygallop: Researchers asked 101 black teenagers to document their daily experiences with different types of discrimination. Fill out a sample survey to see how your experience compares. nyti.ms/368MDDU nyti.ms/368MDDU

President Trump made 16,241 false or misleading claims in his first three years - The Washington Post

21 janvier[ —]
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@DafnaLinzer on Twitter
@DafnaLinzer: NEW --> President Trump made 16,241 false or misleading claims in his first three years washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/…
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@ktumulty on Twitter
@ktumulty: WaPo Fact Checker team: President Trump made 16,241 false or misleading claims in his first three years washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/…
@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: President Trump made 16,241 false or misleading claims in his first three years @realDonaldTrump washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/…
@KBAndersen on Twitter
@KBAndersen: His daily rate of lies and “misleading claims” each year as president has gone from 5 to 16 to 22. In this election year I’m betting he hits or exceeds 30 per day. washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/…
@NickKristof on Twitter
@NickKristof: In the three years since Donald Trump assumed the presidency, he has made 16,241 false or misleading claims, by the count of the @washingtonpost . He represents a full-employment program for fact-checkers! washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/…
@wpjenna on Twitter
@wpjenna: WaPo Fact Checker team: President Trump made 16,241 false or misleading claims in his first three years. washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/…
@brianstelter on Twitter
@brianstelter: NEW --> President Trump made 16,241 false or misleading claims in his first three years washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/…
@DavidCornDC on Twitter
@DavidCornDC: The best words. twitter.com/glennkesslerwp…
@Amy_Siskind on Twitter
@Amy_Siskind: “Three years after taking the oath of office, Trump has made more than 16,200 false or misleading claims — a milestone that would have been unthinkable when we first created the Fact Checker’s database.” washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/…
@CillizzaCNN on Twitter
@CillizzaCNN: NEW --> President Trump made 16,241 false or misleading claims in his first three years washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/…

Extremist groups descending on Virginia are using Facebook to promote violence  - Popular Information

21 janvier[ —]
For years, supporters and opponents of gun control have squared off in Virginia’s capital, Richmond, on the third Monday in January. With Democrats in charge of the state legislature for the first time in decades — elected in part on promises to enact gun-control measures in response to a mass shooting — a call went out over national pro-gun and right-wing networks to converge today.
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@anildash on Twitter
@anildash: Once again, @facebook proves that they don’t care about extremism, violent threats or even, it seems, their own Terms of Service. twitter.com/juddlegum/stat…
@IlvesToomas on Twitter
@IlvesToomas: 7. UPDATE: Joshua Shoaff posted TWO videos on Facebook advocating for the lynching of an African American legislator in advance of today's gun protest. Facebook let the page stay up and now he's broadcasting live from the event on his 540K person page popular.info/p/extremist-gr… pic.twitter.com/n6aQgTzSCG
@IlvesToomas on Twitter
@IlvesToomas: 6. AWR isn't the only group using Facebook to promote violence in advance of today's rally. Another Facebook page, The Virginia Militia, ran a PAID FACEBOOK AD CALLING ON GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS TO BE LYNCHED Facebook ran the ad for 9 days popular.info/p/extremist-gr… pic.twitter.com/JjZmx8krMl
@IlvesToomas on Twitter
@IlvesToomas: 1. Extremists groups descending on Virginia today are using Facebook to promote violence. Facebook took no action until I reached out for comment. Even then, Facebook's response has been incomplete and haphazard. popular.info/p/extremist-gr…
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@sivavaid on Twitter
@sivavaid: 4. Facebook told me they had taken down the 2nd video on Friday. But it was up until Sunday evening, when it had already amassed about 10,000 views Despite posting 2 videos about lynching an African American legislator, the AWR Facebook page is still up popular.info/p/extremist-gr… pic.twitter.com/RVrHQYrhgX
@sivavaid on Twitter
@sivavaid: 1. Extremists groups descending on Virginia today are using Facebook to promote violence. Facebook took no action until I reached out for comment. Even then, Facebook's response has been incomplete and haphazard. popular.info/p/extremist-gr…
@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: 6. AWR isn't the only group using Facebook to promote violence in advance of today's rally. Another Facebook page, The Virginia Militia, ran a PAID FACEBOOK AD CALLING ON GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS TO BE LYNCHED Facebook ran the ad for 9 days popular.info/p/extremist-gr… pic.twitter.com/JjZmx8krMl
@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: 4. Facebook told me they had taken down the 2nd video on Friday. But it was up until Sunday evening, when it had already amassed about 10,000 views Despite posting 2 videos about lynching an African American legislator, the AWR Facebook page is still up popular.info/p/extremist-gr… pic.twitter.com/RVrHQYrhgX
@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: 3. After being contacted by Popular Information last Friday, Facebook removed the video and Shoaff's personal account. But they left up the American Warrior Revolution Page which has 540K followers Shoaff published another video, repeating the threats popular.info/p/extremist-gr…
@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: 2. Joshua Shoaff, the leader of American Warrior Revolution, posted a video to Facebook on December 13 announcing he was coming to Richmond and arguing an African-American legislator in Virginia should be lynched. popular.info/p/extremist-gr… pic.twitter.com/ObJHAIvft8
@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: 1. Extremists groups descending on Virginia today are using Facebook to promote violence. Facebook took no action until I reached out for comment. Even then, Facebook's response has been incomplete and haphazard. popular.info/p/extremist-gr…
@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: 7. UPDATE: Joshua Shoaff posted TWO videos on Facebook advocating for the lynching of an African American legislator in advance of today's gun protest. Facebook let the page stay up and now he's broadcasting live from the event on his 540K person page popular.info/p/extremist-gr… pic.twitter.com/n6aQgTzSCG
@deray on Twitter
@deray: 1. Extremists groups descending on Virginia today are using Facebook to promote violence. Facebook took no action until I reached out for comment. Even then, Facebook's response has been incomplete and haphazard. popular.info/p/extremist-gr…

The Oil and Gas Industry in Energy Transitions – Analysis - IEA

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21 janvier[ —]
The Oil and Gas Industry in Energy Transitions - Analysis and key findings. A report by the International Energy Agency.
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@moorehn on Twitter
@moorehn: Who needs dataviz when a pie chart will do? twitter.com/drsimevans/sta…
@Eaterofsun on Twitter
@Eaterofsun: Very occasionally, this most hated of #dataviz tools (the humble pie chart) is actually a good way to tell the story of oil and gas industry investment in clean energy… iea.org/reports/the-oi… pic.twitter.com/IMW9ZMk1YD
@agentGav on Twitter
@agentGav: Very occasionally, this most hated of #dataviz tools (the humble pie chart) is actually a good way to tell the story of oil and gas industry investment in clean energy… iea.org/reports/the-oi… pic.twitter.com/IMW9ZMk1YD
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@Revkin on Twitter
@Revkin: Yep, a pretty basic reality. Remember BP's "Beyond Petroleum" slogan? See @EXPOSEDbyCMD: prwatch.org/news/2010/05/9… twitter.com/DrSimEvans/sta… pic.twitter.com/kgaCGF1YfX
@kvox on Twitter
@kvox: Very occasionally, this most hated of #dataviz tools (the humble pie chart) is actually a good way to tell the story of oil and gas industry investment in clean energy… iea.org/reports/the-oi… pic.twitter.com/IMW9ZMk1YD
@emahlee on Twitter
@emahlee: Tell me again, "energy experts," how the oil and gas industry are partners in the transition. twitter.com/DrSimEvans/sta…
@emahlee on Twitter
@emahlee: The global oil & gas industry has doubled the share of its investment going towards renewables & CCS… …as of 2019, it only put 99.2% of capital spending towards fossil fuel development, instead of 99.6%, according to a new @IEA report iea.org/reports/the-oi… pic.twitter.com/h8ENyQwkOk

Childhood Obesity Is a Major Problem. Research Isn’t Helping.

21 janvier[ —]
nytimes.com - By Aaron E. Carroll
Something is missing with many study methods.
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@aaronecarroll on Twitter
@aaronecarroll: Epic takedown of aspirational "easy to fix" research: "Major problems like poverty can’t be overcome with a couple of workshops in a school or a doctor’s visit....We can’t allow our desire to make things better lead us to accept lower-quality research..." nytimes.com/2020/01/20/ups…
@UpshotNYT on Twitter
@UpshotNYT: Epic takedown of aspirational "easy to fix" research: "Major problems like poverty can’t be overcome with a couple of workshops in a school or a doctor’s visit....We can’t allow our desire to make things better lead us to accept lower-quality research..." nytimes.com/2020/01/20/ups…
@amitabhchandra2 on Twitter
@amitabhchandra2: Epic takedown of aspirational "easy to fix" research: "Major problems like poverty can’t be overcome with a couple of workshops in a school or a doctor’s visit....We can’t allow our desire to make things better lead us to accept lower-quality research..." nytimes.com/2020/01/20/ups…
@UpshotNYT on Twitter
@UpshotNYT: "Obesity is a major societal problem that probably requires a major societal response. We can’t allow our desire to make things better lead us to accept lower-quality research that might convince us otherwise." nyti.ms/3au0PdK
@UpshotNYT on Twitter
@UpshotNYT: So many of the big questions about nutrition & obesity come down to wonky stuff about research methods. That meat brouhaha? Nutritional epidemiology. But trials have problems too, as @aaronecarroll writes. nytimes.com/2020/01/20/ups…
@aaronecarroll on Twitter
@aaronecarroll: Efforts to control childhood obesity are not working, and flawed research may be part of the problem. nyti.ms/38s99cp
@TamarHaspel on Twitter
@TamarHaspel: So many of the big questions about nutrition & obesity come down to wonky stuff about research methods. That meat brouhaha? Nutritional epidemiology. But trials have problems too, as @aaronecarroll writes. nytimes.com/2020/01/20/ups…
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“It’s Like a Foreign Language”: Donald Trump’s Encounter With the Constitution Did Not Go Well | Vanity Fair

21 janvier[ —]
While being filmed for a documentary, the president stumbled through his chosen passage, taking his frustration out on everyone around him, Philip Rucker and Carol Leonnig write in A Very Stable Genius.
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@neal_katyal on Twitter
@neal_katyal: He loves everything about the constitution except the words. twitter.com/neal_katyal/st…
@sacca on Twitter
@sacca: This is meta: “But the president stumbled [reading the Constitution], trying to get out the words...The cameraman tried to calm Trump, telling him it was no big deal, to take a moment...Trump tried again, but again remarked, “It’s like a foreign language” vanityfair.com/news/2020/01/d…
@JoeTrippi on Twitter
@JoeTrippi: This is meta: “But the president stumbled [reading the Constitution], trying to get out the words...The cameraman tried to calm Trump, telling him it was no big deal, to take a moment...Trump tried again, but again remarked, “It’s like a foreign language” vanityfair.com/news/2020/01/d…
@neal_katyal on Twitter
@neal_katyal: This is meta: “But the president stumbled [reading the Constitution], trying to get out the words...The cameraman tried to calm Trump, telling him it was no big deal, to take a moment...Trump tried again, but again remarked, “It’s like a foreign language” vanityfair.com/news/2020/01/d…
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@sivavaid on Twitter
@sivavaid: This is meta: “But the president stumbled [reading the Constitution], trying to get out the words...The cameraman tried to calm Trump, telling him it was no big deal, to take a moment...Trump tried again, but again remarked, “It’s like a foreign language” vanityfair.com/news/2020/01/d…
@Susan_Hennessey on Twitter
@Susan_Hennessey: This is meta: “But the president stumbled [reading the Constitution], trying to get out the words...The cameraman tried to calm Trump, telling him it was no big deal, to take a moment...Trump tried again, but again remarked, “It’s like a foreign language” vanityfair.com/news/2020/01/d…
@stevesilberman on Twitter
@stevesilberman: Blithering, blathering, bullying Trump struggles to read a section of the Constitution aloud, says it’s “like a foreign language,” blames others for bumbling mistakes. vanityfair.com/news/2020/01/d…
@brianstelter on Twitter
@brianstelter: NEW book excerpt —> “It’s like a foreign language”: Donald Trump’s encounter with the Constitution did not go well @VanityFair has a sneak peek at #AVeryStableGenius, by @CarolLeonnig and me and out tomorrow vanityfair.com/news/2020/01/d…
@dandrezner on Twitter
@dandrezner: I’ll believe that Trump is growing into the presidency when his staff stops talking about him like a toddler. vanityfair.com/news/2020/01/d… [This is the 1184th tweet in the #ToddlerinChief thread.] pic.twitter.com/TGCkmOEYHe
@dandrezner on Twitter
@dandrezner: I’ll believe that Trump is growing into the presidency when his staff stops talking about him like a toddler. vanityfair.com/news/2020/01/d… [This is the 1183rd tweet in the #ToddlerinChief thread.] pic.twitter.com/XdzD0mGrRP
@dandrezner on Twitter
@dandrezner: PLEASE STAND BY: Multiple additions to the #ToddlerinChief thread are coming from this new @PhilipRucker and @CarolLeonnig book excerpt. vanityfair.com/news/2020/01/d…
@CillizzaCNN on Twitter
@CillizzaCNN: Totally fine! Very normal! twitter.com/PhilipRucker/s…

@andrewkimmel: 'The morning commute #Richmond2ARally '

21 janvier[ —]
twitter.com - Andrew Kimmel
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@TomAshbrook on Twitter
@TomAshbrook: This is so incredibly scary and they’re doing it on MLK day and they’re doing it to try and intimidate legislator from doing something they were elected to do. twitter.com/andrewkimmel/s…
@IlvesToomas on Twitter
@IlvesToomas: What would you say if you saw it in another country? twitter.com/andrewkimmel/s…
@sacca on Twitter
@sacca: Right now Fox News is screaming about a dangerous “caravan” of unarmed women and children with brown skin. Meanwhile this caravan of white men armed to the teeth with weapons of war is walking through Virginia this morning. twitter.com/andrewkimmel/s…
@soledadobrien on Twitter
@soledadobrien: On MLK day twitter.com/andrewkimmel/s…
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@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: Imagine how Fox News would cover this if these guys weren’t white. Imagine what Trump would tweet. Imagine how much danger they’d be in. But these guys are allowed to silence counter protesters by showing up armed to the teeth after some of their allies have threatened violence. twitter.com/andrewkimmel/s…
@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: If African American protesters showed up at rallies for civil rights decked out like this, the 2nd amendment would've been repealed decades ago. twitter.com/andrewkimmel/s…
@davewiner on Twitter
@davewiner: Imagine how Fox News would cover this if these guys weren’t white. Imagine what Trump would tweet. Imagine how much danger they’d be in. But these guys are allowed to silence counter protesters by showing up armed to the teeth after some of their allies have threatened violence. twitter.com/andrewkimmel/s…
@EricBoehlert on Twitter
@EricBoehlert: On this exact date three years ago, Trump revealed his view of our country is "American carnage." His supporters are working hard to make it come true twitter.com/Alyssa_Milano/…
@GregMitch on Twitter
@GregMitch: This is fucked up!!! Using weapons as a form of intimidation to suggest you may become violent is the reason that these people should all lose their weapons. Gun safety will be passed in Virginia and eventually in America. This video is not who America is. Change is coming!!! twitter.com/andrewkimmel/s…
@palafo on Twitter
@palafo: The morning commute #Richmond2ARally pic.twitter.com/gW946MyflH
@Alyssa_Milano on Twitter
@Alyssa_Milano: This is what’s happening in Virginia right now. Trump’s America. #IStandWithVirginia pic.twitter.com/ewUfKrk6Qs
@Amy_Siskind on Twitter
@Amy_Siskind: Good gawd. twitter.com/andrewkimmel/s…
@davidfrum on Twitter
@davidfrum: On MLK day twitter.com/andrewkimmel/s…

@NBCNews: '"It's a cruel jest to say to a bootless man that he ought to lift himself by his bootstraps. And many Negroes, by the thousands and millions, have been left bootless … as the result of a society that deliberately made his color a stigma...” https://t.co/ycN2ykMPqh #MLK50 '

21 janvier[ —]
twitter.com - NBC News
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@dweinberger on Twitter
@dweinberger: This is one of the better examples of how he actually spoke. You get the language of the pulpit but also the coolness of the pastor in the front room, the teacher and politician. It is what used to be called rhetoric. pic.twitter.com/JQ8QkBjcWD
@sacca on Twitter
@sacca: This is one of the better examples of how he actually spoke. You get the language of the pulpit but also the coolness of the pastor in the front room, the teacher and politician. It is what used to be called rhetoric. pic.twitter.com/JQ8QkBjcWD
@skamille on Twitter
@skamille: This is one of the better examples of how he actually spoke. You get the language of the pulpit but also the coolness of the pastor in the front room, the teacher and politician. It is what used to be called rhetoric. pic.twitter.com/JQ8QkBjcWD
@JoeTrippi on Twitter
@JoeTrippi: This is one of the better examples of how he actually spoke. You get the language of the pulpit but also the coolness of the pastor in the front room, the teacher and politician. It is what used to be called rhetoric. pic.twitter.com/JQ8QkBjcWD
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@codinghorror on Twitter
@codinghorror: This is one of the better examples of how he actually spoke. You get the language of the pulpit but also the coolness of the pastor in the front room, the teacher and politician. It is what used to be called rhetoric. pic.twitter.com/JQ8QkBjcWD
@davewiner on Twitter
@davewiner: This is one of the better examples of how he actually spoke. You get the language of the pulpit but also the coolness of the pastor in the front room, the teacher and politician. It is what used to be called rhetoric. pic.twitter.com/JQ8QkBjcWD

@FBI: 'Today, the FBI honors the life and work of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A quote from Dr. King is etched in stone at the FBI Academy's reflection garden in Quantico as a reminder to all students and FBI employees: "The time is always right to do what is right." #MLKDay '

21 janvier[ —]
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@soledadobrien on Twitter
@soledadobrien: The FBI sent a letter to convince Dr. King to kill himself in 1964. twitter.com/fbi/status/121…
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@Chanders on Twitter
@Chanders: Maybe sit this one out. twitter.com/fbi/status/121…
@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: Here’s the unsigned letter the @FBI sent Dr. King trying to get him to kill himself twitter.com/fbi/status/121… pic.twitter.com/zLVJCEaU7D
@MollyJongFast on Twitter
@MollyJongFast: Maybe sit this one out. twitter.com/fbi/status/121…
@jilliancyork on Twitter
@jilliancyork: Remember: The @FBI threatened, surveilled, tried to ruin MLK. This is gaslighting at its most extreme. eff.org/deeplinks/2014… twitter.com/FBI/status/121…
@jilliancyork on Twitter
@jilliancyork: Imagine if a suspect in your murder—someone who tried to blackmail you into suicide—spent EVERY YEAR memorializing your death. EVERY YEAR. twitter.com/fbi/status/121…
@sarahkendzior on Twitter
@sarahkendzior: Here’s the unsigned letter the @FBI sent Dr. King trying to get him to kill himself twitter.com/fbi/status/121… pic.twitter.com/zLVJCEaU7D
@Will_Bunch on Twitter
@Will_Bunch: Maybe sit this one out. twitter.com/fbi/status/121…
@shaunking on Twitter
@shaunking: Maybe sit this one out. twitter.com/fbi/status/121…
@deray on Twitter
@deray: twitter.com/FBI/status/121… pic.twitter.com/bPrKylI2gw
@harper on Twitter
@harper: twitter.com/FBI/status/121… pic.twitter.com/bPrKylI2gw
@attackerman on Twitter
@attackerman: Maybe sit this one out. twitter.com/fbi/status/121…

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