RT @jgmoore: Today’s the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. It honors and remembers those who suffered and died as a consequence of the transatlantic slave trade, which has been called “the worst violation of human rights in history.” https://bit.ly/33W2G8F

March 25, 2020Black, Race + American, Twitter

Today's the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. It honors and remembers those who suffered and died as a consequence of the transatlantic slave trade, which has been called "the worst violation of human rights in history." pic.twitter.com/9SDNNx5XSw — Stay Home 🏡🏙 (@jgmoore) March 25, 2020

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 @FastCoDesign: In the face of an unavoidable future, we should be using copper in healthcare, public transit, and even our homes. https://bit.ly/2QFjz1U

March 22, 2020Tech & Science, Twitter, Wellness

Copper is magic and science. t.co/4Ss1PGc14l pic.twitter.com/oAAFCtKjtm — Justin Orlando Fair (@Soulstrong) March 22, 2020 In the face of an unavoidable future, we should be using copper in healthcare, public transit, and even our homes. t.co/kMcQ32lXVN — Co.Design (@FastCoDesign) March 21, 2020