We looked inside some of the tweets by @Annacardona10 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Underprivileged black woman criminalized 4 simply changing the address so her son can school in a better district while a rich white woman barely gets criminalized for intentionally committing a crime to get her child into college Tanya McDowell- 5 YEARS Lori Loughlin- 2 MONTHS https://t.co/Yw9Ew2QcqF
Many are saying that white people deserve less punishment, but people of color deserve worse punishment. Is the justice system fair for everyone, or is it still separate and not equal? #BLM https://t.co/HEOcIkHLpD
Ecuador's hospitals, morgues and funeral home systems are collapsing as the coronavirus death toll mounts. Families are being forced to stay with the bodies for days. https://t.co/HMVqVQ06q6
En Guayaquil, Ecuador, el coronavirus ha provocado severos problemas en el sistema público de salud y ha generado un cuello de botella en las autoridades para atender la pandemia https://t.co/nhwizgpNWe
@Annacardona10 Cuanto lo siento - tu hermano era y sigue siendo un héroe. Pensemos en aquellos como él antes de salir de casa.
This week the email chain from my fellow YMCA Bed-Stuy members switched from comparing at-home workouts to mourning the loss of Janice Rodman, the warm woman who spent 13 years working the front desk. I wrote about her work was also her community service: https://t.co/USbKONCeEq
Schools remain shut and no public gatherings allowed till at least July. Austria -like every country struggling with #coronavirus -is juggling keeping economy afloat vs restrictive public health measures. Austrian PM Kurz hopes to show he’s ahead of the curve. It’s a gamble /2