Jessica Valenti's Twitter Profile Analysis @jessicavalenti on Twitter
Following information is based on analysis of 200 tweets, from 30/03/2021 to 21/04/2021.
Brittney Cooper @ProfessorCrunk
We couldn’t even revel in our bit of relief for George Floyd without news that Columbus police killed 15 year old Makiyah Bryant. We don’t just want you to convict police. We want you to stop killing Black people! That is what we want!
Adam Serwer 🍝 @AdamSerwer
This framing of Floyd’s murder turns the death of a real human being into the cinematic trope of the kindly black supporting character sacrificed for the growth and redemption of the narrative’s white protagonists https://t.co/seHY2N5tuw
Moira Donegan @MoiraDonegan
The police will be angry and vengeful. Everyone, please stay safe tonight.
Joel D. Anderson @byjoelanderson
If Daunte Wright’s family is extremely lucky — and they probably won’t be — this is pretty much all they have to look forward to. And I can’t imagine that makes it any better.
Yamiche Alcindor @Yamiche
NYT: Derek Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison when he is sentenced in the coming weeks but is likely to receive less time. The presumptive sentence for second-degree murder is 12.5 years, according to Minnesota’s guidelines, although the state has asked for a higher sentence.
Ida Bae Wells @nhannahjones
No matter what happens, our collective grief remains, as must our resolve to make Black lives matter in a country that has treated us as if they never have. What does justice even look like when a man loses his life this way.
Karen Attiah @KarenAttiah
A country which its news media likes to spend more time worrying about protecting brick and mortar buildings than protecting black and brown lives.
Sending all my love and prayers to everyone who knows this pain. I see you. I love you. Know justice. Know peace. #BlackLivesMatter
Yamiche Alcindor @Yamiche
BREAKING: A verdict has been reached in the trial of Derek Chauvin. It will be read between 4:30 and 5 pm ET.
Jessica Valenti @JessicaValenti
My dog went to daycare today - he’s the happy but stunned Aussie - and his face really captures what it feels like to socialize again after a year of being alone https://t.co/JzUGkj0F6C
Charlie Warzel @cwarzel
I wrote about the future of work and how any meaningful change to the broken relationship we have to our jobs will require some radical rethinking. One small step: kill the 'we are all family here' culture. https://t.co/sFIoi50pJ4 https://t.co/UGR44ni9mW
Justin Ellis @JustinNXT
Hadn't planned to write about my hometown this week, but I couldn't ignore what I felt. All the panic from politicians, the barricades, curfews and overwhelming police/military response make it clear which lives matter to Minnesota https://t.co/HhgupMqWUY
Lauren Kelley @lauren_kelley
Innnnteresting. "Launching today, Abortion on Demand (AOD), the first large-scale telehealth abortion (a.k.a. teleabortion) service run by a U.S.-based provider, will help people who want to end their pregnancies with pills.” https://t.co/GEuRwjh2Vf