María R. Estorino

María R. Estorino

@mariaestorino

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Assoc Univ Librarian for Special Collections & Director of @WilsonLibUNC at @UNCLibrary. Mom, wife, diasporic Cuban American.

Chapel Hill, NC
Joined on August 21, 2013
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"Somewhere around 36th Street and NW 2nd Avenue, something miraculous happened." A stunning piece by my brilliant colleague Marina Magloire about protest, Haitian history and culture, Black Lives Matter, and Miami now.https://t.co/hqVEo0Qwa4

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‘Hamilton’ and the Historical Record: Frequently Asked Questions https://t.co/NYgxmpC5bm

Ready for a week filled with #MuchoMuchoAmor? 🔮

This Friday, in celebration of the @Netflix premiere of MUCHO MUCHO AMOR: THE LEGEND OF WALTER MERCADO, join us & our community partners for an online watch party starting at 9pm ET! https://t.co/iU36vLGJho

Ready for a week filled with #MuchoMuchoAmor? 🔮 This Friday, in celebration of the @Netflix premiere of MUCHO MUCHO AMOR: THE LEGEND OF WALTER MERCADO, join us & our community partners for an online watch party starting at 9pm ET! https://t.co/iU36vLGJho

Feeling this read. Before the pandemic, living far apart from loved ones seemed feasible. But that was a fantasy. https://t.co/kxhJr3dxFN

Quoted @s_m_i

“The focus on comorbidities “makes me angry, because this really is about who still has to leave their home to work, who has to leave a crowded apartment, get on crowded transport, and go to a crowded workplace” - Dr. Mary Bassett https://t.co/I1WPVqPIcU

“Infections have been far more prevalent among people who can’t work from home.” https://t.co/flZMNUwO40

Quoted @ava

It’s my favorite song of the whole project, among many, many favorites. In the right moods, it can both bring me to tears and get me so revved up. The lyrics. And @leslieodomjr’s voice. Both exquisite. #HamiltonFilm  #Hamilton  #HamilFilm https://t.co/QkmLdsafO5

LOVE. And just @leslieodomjr as Burr. #HamiltonFilm https://t.co/aAoV6xrBTN

I want to eat all of these foods

What are your comfort foods? Rice and fried eggs for me.

Latinos are not responsible for the ongoing COVID spike in cases. They are suffering from it. Our senior program associate, Lara Kinne, shares her opinion on COVID-19 and essential workers. Everyone deserves their health. More via: https://t.co/nLaoi1hf1e

Latinx 4X hospitalization rate: “more likely to have preexisting conditions... less access to care... more likely to live in multigenerational homes...” But here’s the key: Latinx “are also less likely to be able to work from home than their white peers.” https://t.co/WCj77kSUSl

A part of our Teaching Hard History framework, these short videos feature historians introducing 10 key concepts students need to understand about the critical role that slavery played in our nation's history. https://t.co/JIhEFqtUBU

Quoted @michaelkbusch

Save the Date: I’m excited to talk with @kharypolk next Thursday, 7/9 at 1:00pm about his excellent new book, “Contagions of Empire” (@uncpressblog)—the next installment of the @project_polis virtual book salon. Tune in! https://t.co/xkeSFznPCH

Save the Date: I’m excited to talk with @kharypolk next Thursday, 7/9 at 1:00pm about his excellent new book, “Contagions of Empire” (@uncpressblog)—the next installment of the @project_polis virtual book salon. Tune in! https://t.co/xkeSFznPCH

Hey @mariaestorino thought you'd be interested to see this... https://t.co/H392E0rGUq

Quoted @wunc

The key to face masks is consistency: Wearing them all the time. Wearing them in all public places. Wearing them the right way.

Yes, please. https://t.co/aIsgbLSqQ0

The @UNC Board of Trustees has recently rescinded the 16-year moratorium on building renaming that was enacted in 2015. @uncarchives has compiled info on some of the suggested namesakes for campus buildings put forth by the UNC community. https://t.co/IYKBNZfzdn https://t.co/ZVQw18w4JW

The @UNC Board of Trustees has recently rescinded the 16-year moratorium on building renaming that was enacted in 2015. @uncarchives has compiled info on some of the suggested namesakes for campus buildings put forth by the UNC community. https://t.co/IYKBNZfzdn https://t.co/ZVQw18w4JW

New Online Workshop w/ Pulitzer Prize Winner Patrick Farrell - https://t.co/fBf3UZ1lHF https://t.co/vRpUP1ghB7

New Online Workshop w/ Pulitzer Prize Winner Patrick Farrell - https://t.co/fBf3UZ1lHF https://t.co/vRpUP1ghB7

Quoted @CNNOpinion

To make good on pledges of support for racial justice after the killing of George Floyd, writes @roopikarisam, universities must "consider the role of racial equity in their reopening plans” amid the #Covid19 pandemic https://t.co/W8eWBbJSB5

“at a moment when Black, brown, and Indigenous communities are bearing the brunt of the pandemic, why doesn't the commitment to equity extend to their safety as well?” https://t.co/YDEFzpFEQq

DATA: It’s been 16 weeks of some version of quarantine. UNC’s fall semester starts in 5 weeks. Kids’ new school year in 6. I’ve gained 10 lbs & my hair is 43% more gray. I have about between zero and 3 ideas what’s going on at any given time.

For my Spanish-speakers, my mom shared this on Facebook https://t.co/gNY601doaK

For my Spanish-speakers, my mom shared this on Facebook https://t.co/gNY601doaK

I just had a work meeting that had nothing to do with planning for a fall academic semester in the midst of this ongoing crisis, and it's like I went to a spa for those 45 minutes.

Good morning ☀️ A friend of mine shared this video of social distanced salsa and it’s how i’m tryna be. Enjoy. https://t.co/xTtr3lO5my

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