Breaking News: The writer and activist Larry Kramer has died at 84. His work to shock the U.S. into seeing AIDS as a public health emergency helped shift policy in the 1980s and '90s.
“One of America’s most valuable troublemakers,” Susan Sontag called him.
A year ago this week, one of the worst voter suppression bills in the country died at the #txlege. Fast forward to today and state leaders want you to choose between your health and your right to vote.
📨 We need to expand vote by mail.
💻 We need #onlineVRnow. pic.twitter.com/bfCW…
From Dan Quinn, TFN press secretary: “Politics trumps facts and sound scholarship when it comes to developing curriculum standards, particularly on issues that are considered controversial like climate change.” bit.ly/3db7quA
In an analysis of dozens of middle school and high school textbooks, the @hechingerreport found that descriptions of climate change were superficial and contained errors; some did not discuss the topic at all. Some of those books are used in Texas. bit.ly/3db7quA
Today would have been the day @saraforTXsenate took the next step toward becoming the new senator for #SD27. But because of COVID-19, the runoff date was pushed from May 26 to July 14.
TFN PAC is proud to endorse Sara as the best choice in the Democratic runoff on July 14! pic.twitter.com/Dfqu…