We looked inside some of the tweets by @CommonSense and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Let's celebrate #HHM! During this month, we will be sharing articles, videos, movie recommendations, books, and apps to highlight the legacy of our #Latinx community in the US. Thank you for your collaboration, for your hard work, & for all the contributions you make every day. https://t.co/8lDCVWprdP
LIVE THURSDAY OCT. 8: Feel overwhelmed by the constant barrage of info on social media about the upcoming #election? You're not alone! Get the resources & tools to help you identify biased or false #election information w/ @CommonSense Register for free: https://t.co/zsIvH7F0PU https://t.co/GPA8xgvicF
Due to widespread divisive, biased + conflicting news, it can be daunting for #voters to sort through misleading #election coverage. That’s why we launched the Young Voter’s Guide to ensure you have all the info you need to #MakeVotingCommonSense. https://t.co/AUsxA4Y0no
The #digitaldivide is a major problem for students in all 50 states–with 15-16 million students without adequate internet or devices– but is most pronounced in rural communities & households with Black, Latinx, & Native American students. Full report here:https://t.co/ntkKoFbnI8 https://t.co/FnWf7GpoIK