We looked inside some of the tweets by @Jas_Aguilera and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
If you're a student whose plans have been disrupted by visa suspensions — including the H1-B — I would love to talk to you for a @TIME story. (Also open to connecting with non-students.) If you're an immigration attorney concerned about your clients, I want to hear from you too.
Colonial newspapers contributed to the perpetuation of slavery. Advertised 250 years ago today: "Public Auction...Two very fine NEGRO BOYS, the one about 15, the other 11 Years of Age. On WEDNESDAY, Some Brimstone, Alspice" (New-York Gazette & Weekly Mercury 6/11/1770) https://t.co/rzaeqyKwLx
I follow this account to remind myself from whence we came…"we" as a nation and "we" as a profession, which printed ads of enslaved human beings for sale. https://t.co/tsosmyIebC
Perhaps I have something of use to add to this conversation of newsroom diversity. I’m a Latino and grew up in an area where 10% of the students are college or career ready at HS grad, per a 2014 study. Today, I’m an editor at @WSJ and the DJ Newswires. Mama’s proud, ok?
"People partying in a pool may live while those protesting police brutality may die...There is no righteous logic here. There is no justice in who can breathe easy and who can’t breathe at all." https://t.co/UObSAqYTIo
1/ For New Yorkers looking to report allegations of unlawful police misconduct somewhere more official than social media, you might find yourself caught in a long and confusing process. So we’re going to walk you through it. https://t.co/FRYEZqDR78
"I’m a 77-year-old African-American male...I’ve gotta be concerned [about catching COVID-19], but at the same time there’s the importance of coming out into the streets. We had to do this. If we don’t do it the cops will get away with it again.” https://t.co/rEaYMWyvQQ
If you are a journalist or an editor who is not comfortable with or knowledgeable about race in the US, please sit this one out.