RT @levelmag: Unlike businesses selling material goods, barbers can’t transition to online commerce or takeout service, and there are no unemployment benefits to apply for. It’s leaving many worried that barber shops will be left behind in a people’s bail-out. https://bit.ly/2QHC0mj https://bit.ly/3bkgxYC

March 25, 2020Black, Race + American, Politics, Twitter

Unlike businesses selling material goods, barbers can’t transition to online commerce or takeout service, and there are no unemployment benefits to apply for. It’s leaving many worried that barber shops will be left behind in a people’s bail-out. t.co/6X79KZx99V pic.twitter.com/U7Hq3V0PCQ — LEVEL (@levelmag) March 24, 2020

RT @laurenthehough: I don’t think people realize how many service industry workers will continue going to work, cooking and serving your food, cleaning your houses, and selling you respirators, with flu-like symptoms because they don’t have paid sick days.

February 27, 2020Politics, Twitter, Wellness

I don’t think people realize how many service industry workers will continue going to work, cooking and serving your food, cleaning your houses, and selling you respirators, with flu-like symptoms because they don’t have paid sick days. — Lauren Hough (@laurenthehough) February 27, 2020

RT @PeteButtigieg: Frederick Douglass saw that the destiny of Black America is the destiny of America, and called upon our nation to live up to its promise. Douglass Day is about honoring his legacy by reflecting on the ways we fall short of it, and understanding the ways we must do better.

February 14, 2020Black, Race + American, Politics, Twitter

Frederick Douglass saw that the destiny of Black America is the destiny of America, and called upon our nation to live up to its promise. Douglass Day is about honoring his legacy by reflecting on the ways we fall short of it, and understanding the ways we must do better. — Pete Buttigieg (@PeteButtigieg) February … Read More

RT @ewarren: In New Hampshire and across the country, I’ve heard devastating stories of families fighting for clean drinking water free from dangerous PFAS chemicals. We need to enforce strict regulations to ensure everyone has clean water—and I’ve got a plan for that. http://bit.ly/2H183sf

February 7, 2020Politics, Quotes, Twitter

In New Hampshire and across the country, I've heard devastating stories of families fighting for clean drinking water free from dangerous PFAS chemicals. We need to enforce strict regulations to ensure everyone has clean water—and I've got a plan for that.t.co/gxwtACp5PN — Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) February 7, 2020