KQED

KQED

@KQED

Followers90K
Following3.1K

Where facts matter, stories empower and bold conversations begin.

San Francisco, CA
Joined on October 25, 2007
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @KQED and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
2 hours
Average replies
0
Average retweets
2
Average likes
7
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
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Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

19. in country United States and category Media House

172. in category Media House

986. in country United States and category Media

KQED
3 hours ago

Utopia's sensory delights come alive through the screen, and it makes the ordinary feel extraordinary. https://t.co/ieZLl2YPLU

KQED
4 hours ago

In an updated list of potential outages posted Saturday evening, PG&E said that about 374,000 customers in parts of 38 counties could lose power during the upcoming shutoffs. https://t.co/0vEgoHXsnX

KQED
5 hours ago

Decked out for the spooky season, Stagecoach Greens is also sharing real-life horror stories from Bay Area history as you play mini golf. https://t.co/EQXEELLSIl

KQED
8 hours ago

“Every lower court that has considered the case has found that the President has no authority to waste billions of taxpayer dollars on construction.” — Dror Ladin, ACLU senior staff attorney https://t.co/KKI0dVUdAd

KQED
9 hours ago

With the last day to vote less than two weeks away, California election and emergency officials are working hard to reassure people they’ll be able to cast their votes safely and securely. https://t.co/Hcd80r8iKt

KQED
11 hours ago

“If you're ‘fortunate enough’ to have your mental health breakdown between the hours of 9-5... you might get some help. Other than that, it's 911. It's going to be the boys in blue that show up to deal with you.” — Cat Brooks on #Rightnowish. https://t.co/v6B5gcoE4p

KQED
12 hours ago

NASA has spotted an exoplanet twice as old as Earth and 14 times more massive than Jupiter. But there's something even weirder about the planet... https://t.co/lizCifWNKo

KQED
13 hours ago

Customs officials say the shipment of gloves were made by a company in Xinjiang, a region of northwestern China where the government has imprisoned more than 1 million Uighurs and other mostly Muslim minorities as part of an ethnic assimilation campaign. https://t.co/gcyrPQhARb

KQED
15 hours ago

“The enthusiasm among Democrats, Republicans, independents (is) all 20 points or more higher than it was at this time before the last presidential election” — PPIC President Mark Baldassare https://t.co/a5RuSdegVQ

KQED
16 hours ago

“How do we keep the lights on in a world in which a growing share of generation capacity supplies power when the sun is shining and the wind is blowing?” — Frank Wolak, Stanford economics professor https://t.co/omflge0OLV

KQED
a day ago

With less than two weeks before election day, civic engagement groups are racing to contact Latino voters, who have historically had lower turnouts than the general population. https://t.co/yLsWFAHaKa

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a day ago

With the Gold Beams art collective, Tayleur Crenshaw and Maud Alcorn create space for Black artists. Their power comes from the mutual respect they have as “community aunties.” Hear their story on our 🎂 1-year anniversary 🎂 episode of #Rightnowish. https://t.co/VFabYHHC9R

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a day ago

Matt Horn, dubbed the "future of barbecue" finally has a permanent location in West Oakland. Here's what you need to know. https://t.co/BPfoC2Asdj

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a day ago

Environmentalists, petroleum industry executives, union leaders and communities near oil drilling sites are all gearing up for what's expected to be a fierce political battle over efforts to reduce California's oil production. https://t.co/MORCyJAf3x

KQED
a day ago

In the Bay Area, at least six measures on local ballots seek to expand the authority of police commissions and strengthen independent investigations. Here's a rundown: https://t.co/RQF7p49wlz

KQED
a day ago

San Francisco is home to a large Mayan community, and siblings Cindy and Kenny Dzib Tuz are documenting their stories in a docuseries project called 'Mundo Maya.' https://t.co/j8iEA3NZZa

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a day ago
This week on #OurBodyPolitic, @farai dives into the upward trend of Black gun ownership with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist @trymainelee. 

“To be black and armed is to be reviled and feared,” he says. 

🎧 LISTEN HERE: https://t.co/w46mFpoDI0 https://t.co/iZEywCANMg

This week on #OurBodyPolitic, @farai dives into the upward trend of Black gun ownership with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist @trymainelee. “To be black and armed is to be reviled and feared,” he says. 🎧 LISTEN HERE: https://t.co/w46mFpoDI0 https://t.co/iZEywCANMg

KQED
2 days ago

Mountain View’s steep housing prices have pushed many to live in oversized vehicles. If passed, Measure C would prohibit these vehicles from parking on streets 40 feet or narrower. https://t.co/Wh4RRs15gO

America is better when everyone gets out to #Vote, right? Turns out there are a lot of obstacles in the way of that. The latest #AboveTheNoise video by @KQEDedspace & @PBSDS looks at everything from #VoterSuppression to #VoteByMail & lets you decide. 📽️ https://t.co/5Z8tWXGNDh

KQED
2 days ago

"That Trump and Biden faced a question on a debate stage concerning the more nuanced, complex issues of climate change and race suggests how far the conversation has evolved in eight years." https://t.co/h6AXtLoh1p

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