We looked inside some of the tweets by @womnknowhistory and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
WEBINAR: I'm looking forward to chatting w/ @juremawerneck, Director of Amnesty International #Brazil, on Friday, Oct. 2nd @CarrCenter! We'll discuss #activism, anti-Black #racism, #socialjustice & more. @Kennedy_School Register today! Free & open to all. https://t.co/c2noWI7ZSt https://t.co/lwvdr14z3A
Join me next Friday (10/2) at 1pm EST for a conversation @CarrCenter with @juremawerneck of Amnesty International #Brazil! She has 20+ years of experience working in #humanrights. We'll discuss #activism, #politics, #leadership & more.✊🏾 Register here: https://t.co/c2noWI7ZSt https://t.co/4pbABcxbNS
Fascinating piece by @rachelshelden about how "Public concerns about the court becoming “political” materialized only when justices began to accrue more constitutional authority in the first few decades of the 20th century." @womnknowhistory https://t.co/HuDLym1uL3
New @washingtonpost read! 👀📃 "The Supreme Court used to be openly political. It traded partisanship for power" by @rachelshelden. Not to be missed! Read below. ⬇️ #womenalsoknowhistory ♀️ https://t.co/IuYrHhesw5
Speaking on the history of voting rights in Texas & San Antonio tomorrow morning! All are welcome! https://t.co/Nc7mf4RUdE
#WomenAlsoKnowHistory #Job ALERT! 🚨 Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Gustavus Adolphus College. Focus on African American history. See below for more information, and as always, apply & share! https://t.co/CovkPctZod
Super excited to share that I’ve signed a contract with @uvapress to publish my book, ‘Tasting Freedom: US Occupied Germany and the Origins of Cold War Food Diplomacy.’ Celebrating with Riesling and Hershey bars 😆
Woohoo! 🎉🎉🎉 Congratulations to @kmocon on this fabulous news! We are looking forward to "Tasting Freedom: US Occupied Germany and the Origins of Cold War Food Diplomacy" from @uvapress. 👍📙😊 #womenalsoknowhistory https://t.co/bagamxVPAo
Crikey, Buzzkillers! I've had lots of great interviews recently - @marthasjones_ @AdamHDomby @ericcervini @RichardToye. Today's interview with @andreapitzer about the history of concentration camps joins them. Look for the episode soon! #history #twitterstorians @womnknowhistory https://t.co/e7WcO30TcF
"During the late 1960s and early 1970s, as a means to address increasing juvenile crime in the city, both the Black Panther Party and the city’s Police Athletic League stretched to address the perceived crisis." By @Philadelphian91 https://t.co/t0DnVnYeaM @mfkantor @Prof_Suddler
New read by @Philadelphian91: "Rivalry In The Trenches: Philadelphia’s PAL And The Black Panther Party’s Efforts To Mold Black Youth Into Their Own Image". You can read this excellent piece over on The Metropole, the blog of the @UrbanHistoryA. 👀📄 #WomenAlsoKnowHistory https://t.co/twdf40ztzw
My students today all loved @AnnetteJosephG 's book Reimagining Liberation - they though it was extremely well written, sophisticated argument which was laid in a way that felt accessible, and it was really interesting! So excited they loved it as much as I do!
Harper was forgotten until Jane Plitt spent six years uncovering her story. The adult biography is "Martha Matilda Harper and the American Dream: How One Woman Changed the Face of Modern Business." Now there are three books for all ages about her. 3/4 #WomenAlsoKnowHistory