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Reading and discussing Amanda Gorman’s poem “The Hill We Climb,” is a great opportunity for students to learn about the tradition of creative expression as a commentary on democracy and U.S. history. This resource can help you guide such a lesson.
Folks — This will be the account for my official duties as President. At 12:01 PM on January 20th, it will become @POTUS. Until then, I'll be using @JoeBiden. And while you're here, follow @FLOTUSBiden @SenKamalaHarris @SecondGentleman and @Transition46.
In a change in practice from 2017, Twitter will not give the official accounts to the Biden administration with followers in place. Follow @PresElectBiden now to be following the official account after the inauguration.
TALKING BACK is a new six-part web series from @art_equity about the growing movement for justice in the theatre field. Episode 1, titled "BIPOC Theatres: Inherently Political," features Artists at Play's own Julia Cho. #ArtEquity #LAthtr #AmericanTheatre
A collection of conversations filmed in September 2019, the first of 6 episodes is available now.
Last month, SFWA went forward with some issues they had with Disney: Alan Dean Foster wasn't being paid for some of his books, and since then, more have come forward. The story is a complicated one, and I've written it up for @Polygon.
As a person who spends a significant chunk of their entertainment $ on Disney Parks/Merch/IP in a myriad of formats, it is important to me #DisneyMustPay ethically owed royalties no matter what legal loophole they find. Thanks @sfwa for working on this issue.
.@DIYGirls because I love seeing the girls learn to DIY & gain confidence. You are taking ACTION, not just raising awareness: creating curriculum, teaching classes, and mentoring girls. Because diverse teams foster innovation, and innovation improves the world! #STEMeducation 💜
He came in by ambulance short of breath. Already on CPAP by EMS. Still, he was clearly working hard to breathe. He looked sick. Uncomfortable. Scared.
As we got him over to the gurney and his shirt off to switch a a hospital gown, we all noticed the number of Nazi tattoos. 1/
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