RT @Max_Fisher: What if Facebook’s effects are broader and more pernicious than hate speech or fake news?
What if it scrambles the way entire communities determine right-or-wrong?
What if it could be linked, by hard empirical data, to a national epidemic of violence?
RT @lawduck: Hey, incoming 1Ls!
It’s far more important to have a reason to be there than to worry about what your professors think about anything.
Also, they made law school three years long to keep out the blacks, the poors, and the Jews.
Don’t wrap around this dude’s axle. https://t.co/TTMm9fPEr2
RT @tithenai: Feeling so many things about this.
When THE FIFTH SEASON won the Hugo, Jemisin was The First Black Author to Win a Hugo for Best Novel. (https://t.co/k8zosE66Qp)
Now, The Only Author to Have Won Best Novel 3 Years In a Row is a black woman, & I want to shout my joy to the sky.
RT @jessnevins: “The most famous case of passing as a Hindu was that of Rev. Jesse Wayman Routte in 1947: 4 years after being insulted under Jim Crow in Mobile, AL, he returned to the city w/a purple turban & a Swedish accent & was bowed to as a Hindu in fine restaurants and hotel lobbies.” 9/? https://t.co/zKKtEluWCs
RT @GreatDismal: All imagined futures lacking recognition of anthropogenic climate-change will increasingly seem absurdly shortsighted. Virtually the entire genre will be seen to have utterly missed the single most important thing we were doing with technology.