We looked inside some of the tweets by @apiper626 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
my brain after I spent 4 hours creating the "right conditions" for me to write https://t.co/2MFVdrefrG
Reading Stephanie Camp’s Closer to Freedom for the 4th time and it gets me every. single. time. Rosie loves it too. https://t.co/LduI9n1Hr9
Exactly. Having been front-of-house in past but now more back-of-house, easy for me to be excited about our interp plan explicitly discussing political, racist, anti-democratic violence. FOH staff excited but said, rightfully, we need tools. #AASLH2020 #SilverBulletOrKryptonite https://t.co/cO5jYp05qY
This this this!!! https://t.co/fzkw6GJL83
Being a historian means you have a pretty clear view of the terrible things humans are capable of doing. Being human means you still hope.
Being a historian means you have a pretty clear view of the terrible things humans are capable of doing. Being human means you still hope. #2020 means you revisit this tension all day, every day. https://t.co/xgOv5jC51q
A 2020 mood. https://t.co/6aPzqpxx2B
When asked why she remained in her seat on a segregated bus, Claudette Colvin talked about Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth—women she had learned about in school. Who will Colvin's story inspire? Register to join our National Youth Summit on Tues., 9/22: https://t.co/eAGSKiQpYS https://t.co/BSCX1PvxSE
Join us today! https://t.co/Le1SbpiCib
Students, teachers, and caregivers: join us today at 3 pm EDT for the National Youth Summit. Together, we'll explore Claudette Colvin's activism & teens’ work to fight systemic injustice in our nation. Register before 12 pm EDT for today's live program: https://t.co/eAGSKiQpYS https://t.co/OaHB4RwL5O
Reopening our museums gradually is a delicate process and I'm proud of the thoughtful approach of our staff members and the enthusiasm of our volunteers, who assist visitors virtually. Whether you join us in person or online, we welcome you and are grateful for your support. https://t.co/OBfre6uXzB https://t.co/fhy9idsQDT
One of the few good things to come from the pandemic is how learning better use of technology. As @amhistorymuseum reopens Friday we'll utilize remote visitor assistants - @SmithsonianSec is here interacting with Dr. Jocelyn Knauf who has led our efforts on this. @smithsonian https://t.co/5C0UMnOwhN
Really leaning into this thesis thing. Also losing my mind. But it’s fun!! https://t.co/H74vSqXLEM
Can anyone recommend readings/resources about organizational burnout? I have a lot for employees (mostly self-care) or mgrs. I’m looking for a larger view of how to build orgs that *don’t* burn people out. Or how to reset an org that is burned out itself.
This week marks 6 months of non-stop crisis management for nonprofit leaders (and really for everyone), which makes it a particularly good week to read this list of resources to prevent organizational burnout. https://t.co/vLbicOKOYh
I'm extremely concerned that we could see another incident like the Oklahoma City bombing (1995) given the current wave of anti-government extremism in the United States. How many Timothy McVeigh wannabees are out there in this country?
The problem here is that we still have to explain "the Oklahoma City bombing (1995)". We're talking about the largest deliberate mass casualty on American soil between Pearl Harbor and 9/11, but most Americans don't know what it was (1) https://t.co/bVYy9YbM01
OUR VIEW: UMD's COVID-19 dashboard paints an incomplete picture of the outbreak. https://t.co/jeU2CBJIjG
Experiencing a moment of happiness, the grad student is immediately consumed with guilt. https://t.co/euWgXahGLz
Week 1 of the semester, deep in thesis research/writing, and teleworking in a pandemic, and my computer just announced its own inevitable demise by giving me the half-black screen of death. It is working right now maybe not for long? Me to me, on repeat: https://t.co/TnsuPpSoRA
have you taken a break? we all need to take breaks https://t.co/3Qv4cLR2Hb