A trio for eclipse day. In chronological order…
This is going to be a confusing day for Kyrie Irving
— Tim Layden (@SITimLayden) August 21, 2017
Googling suggests you’ll know you looked at the eclipse wrong if you become revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night.
— Brian Beutler (@brianbeutler) August 21, 2017
I cannot handle this right now. pic.twitter.com/JXjuHH2ivA
— Jules (@jules_su) August 21, 2017
RIP Dick Gregory and Jerry Lewis.
Dick Gregory and Jerry Lewis in a 12 hour span? That shit happens in threes. I'm rollin' up in bubble wrap and layin' on the floor & whatnot
— George Wallace (@MrGeorgeWallace) August 20, 2017
Ivanka and Jared tried to stop Jerry Lewis from dying, according to two sources familiar with the situation.
— Ruth Graham (@publicroad) August 20, 2017
Bye bye Bannon.
"are u calling an uber for us steve" pic.twitter.com/cyoxM1hbFp
— darth:™ (@darth) August 18, 2017
And thank you, always, @darth.
— Chris Suarez (@Suarez_CM) August 17, 2017
Keeping things in perspective is hard these days, especially after Trump’s off-the-rails press conference today. But, this is a good reminder…
Hey guys, the president of the United States is a super racist dumb dumb, but most people are good and cake remains delicious.
— Chris Jones (@EnswellJones) August 15, 2017
It’s been a while since I have had the opportunity to invoke the politics + sports rule.
not everyone is handling this aaron judge slump well https://t.co/uKMgrXxQ4M
— Erik Malinowski (@erikmal) August 15, 2017
(And here is the tweet he is responding to)
North Korea's Kim Jong Un takes a step back from nuclear war but will watch the "stupid conduct of the Yankees" https://t.co/zUKR16tW9O
— Anna Fifield (@annafifield) August 15, 2017
Bonus points for combining politics and the Yankees!
It’s just about back-to-school time, and I’m here to share the best of what I’ve seen about how to teach about what happened in Charlotesville. These are tweets and resources BY educators FOR educators:
By Xian Franzinger Barrett (via Jennifer Berkshire)
Excellent piece by Xian Franzinger Barrett on concrete ways teachers can respond to Charlottesville – that also… https://t.co/fi3vjKhEDX
— Jennifer Berkshire (@BisforBerkshire) August 13, 2017
By Melinda Anderson (search the hashtag)
By Ira Socol
“Charlottesville, Virginia’s statue problem began almost 100 years ago" https://t.co/oT0BCOM2Go
— Ira Socol (@irasocol) August 13, 2017
By Audrey Watters
Teach History https://t.co/nvV31NHq3k
— Audrey Watters (@audreywatters) August 14, 2017
From the Black Students Association (via Jose Vilson)
— Jose Vilson (@TheJLV) August 13, 2017
Just an awful day here in Virginia.
Confederate flags, Nazi salutes, and Klansmen having their rights protected by a black police officer.
This picture hurts. pic.twitter.com/qr5nGkMUvH
— Ubadah Sabbagh (@Neubadah) August 12, 2017
UPDATE: thanks to a friend/colleague for pointing out that the image is actually from the rally on July 8, not today. A powerful image nonetheless.