We looked inside some of the tweets by @franrbell and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
"My (Spivak’s) three yeses are 1) yes to reading the text 2) yes to reconstructing its argument 3) yes to what is valuable about that argument. You cannot say “no” until you have achieved those three yeses."
Gonna try to remember two things @prisonculture says today - 1) hope is a discipline. 2) cynicism isn’t generative.
My boyfriend finds it hilarious to ask Brits if swans are dangerous, because they always answer “yeah they can break your arm!” Apparently this is a belief drilled into Brits alone from birth, and not a universal fear. https://t.co/iRX3wVHIQF
Question: is this a British thing? Cos this is verbatim what I'll say if you mention swans. Do you think of them as dangerous, Americans? https://t.co/qBytcFRb8B
.@sethrockman: Anti-black racism was produced in places like New England through the entanglements that by the 19th century increasingly tied lives and livelihood in ie. Rhode Island to the exploitation of enslaved people in places like Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
Call for Volunteers: Haitian Responses to COVID-19: can you help provide info for this project by Lyonette Louis Jacques? She's seeking "help from Hn/Hn-Amer. law librarians & lawyer colleagues... or anyone interested in the impact of COVID-19 in 🇭🇹."🙏🏼 https://t.co/ftOZyVakb6
Fellow #twitterstorians: does anyone know anything about Black South Carolinians who were taken prisoner (and/or enslaved) by the French during the revolutionary war?
#twitterstorians I am pulling together advertisements for food in the 18th-very early 20th c Anglo World (Britain & Empire, US, Canada) for my class - what are some must share ads?
Welcome to Dreaming in the Dark, the Black fantasy podcast of your dreams hosted by @beingabookwyrm & @RavynnKaMia. We’re working to bring the magical stories we wished we’d had as kids to the forefront ✨ https://t.co/Atxsxy7hNz
Yess! This is bound to be a truly magical podcast, folks. 💫 https://t.co/3NJJzZNJho
A bronze statue featuring Sojourner Truth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony was unveiled in New York’s Central Park Wednesday. The "Women's Rights Pioneers Monument" is the first in Central Park to depict real women. https://t.co/OhxII61j7R
One day, someone will write a article about the history of this statue, and what it tells us about politics and memory in the early 21st century. https://t.co/aIZThhsUDE