We looked inside some of the tweets by @marymazzio and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The American Dream simply does not exist for so many of our citizens. Neither does life, liberty or the pursuit of happiness. @arshaycooper speaks truth to power in #AMostBeautifulThing. Narrated by @Common. In @AMCTheatres July 31. #myamericandream https://t.co/oGIAPz7u8l
Don't miss this powerful, moving, and timely film. @arshaycooper and his brothers find power and peace together on the water. An ode to love and resilience, and a call to action to heal the generational trauma so many of our brothers and sisters carry. #AMostBeautifulThing https://t.co/uIFOUb08gZ
@arshaycooper and teammates grab oars before hitting the water. 📸 @rschultzphoto. Taken in Oakland during the filming of #AMostBeautifulThing. Narrated by @common w/producers @realgranthill33 @DwyaneWade @9thwonder @marymazzio OPENS in @AMCTheatres 7/13. https://t.co/em5F0Tjpad https://t.co/DFv71T2XjM
“I’ve seen bullets fly past my home. I’ve skipped over pools of blood. I’ve seen people dead on the street corner, and it caused a lot of trauma," Arshay Cooper said. "... Rowing was the only sport that didn’t trigger the trauma.” https://t.co/0uXJcwfrBL