Mississippi

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@IlhanMN

Excellent decision from the administration. Now let’s protect the Mighty Mississippi and the thousands and thousands of people whose lives depend on it by cancelling Line 3. https://t.co/62xIMQeq7w

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@ajplus

18,000+ children in Mississippi tested positive for #COVID19 in the first month of school. At least 7 children have died, including a baby. The GOP governor claimed the virus only causes the "sniffles" in children. The state has one of the lowest U.S. vaccination rates, at 40%. https://t.co/5zjcYwsKHZ

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@JemarTisby

Next time someone tries to tell you the Civil War wasn't about slavery, just read the Mississippi Articles of Secession... #HistoryMatters Read more: https://t.co/GioDeJyQtN https://t.co/23S4bFJOVA

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@Newsweek

More children died from COVID during the last six weeks in Mississippi than in the first 17 months of the pandemic. https://t.co/nsqRhRbIZ9

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@thehowie

"Mississippi has recorded 72 fetal deaths in unvaccinated pregnant women infected with the coronavirus, state health officials announced Wednesday, sounding the alarm on the virus’s danger in pregnancy." https://t.co/VX3rpO71yr

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@BreitbartNews

Nolte: CNN's Chris Cillizza is still spreading the debunked lie that 70 percent of poison control calls in Mississippi were linked to ivermectin. https://t.co/S4tT7xFKjV

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@thehill

More than 18,000 students catch COVID-19 in first month of Mississippi school year https://t.co/hdZ1jhT9G5 https://t.co/NnHiV4H6iu

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@washingtonpost

The state has recorded 72 fetal deaths in unvaccinated pregnant women infected with the coronavirus, according to health officials https://t.co/0ejOQMBNil

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@News24

A farm in the US that hired only white South Africans is being sued by black locals | @BISouthAfrica https://t.co/Ql90ZvrREe https://t.co/O1YdmraHe7

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@HealthInsider

More than 18,000 Mississippi students have caught COVID-19 in the first month of the school year. Teachers told @thisisinsider the state of education in Mississippi is a tragedy and they want a mask mandate. ⬇️ https://t.co/gIIadKkfkR

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@MiraPagliNair

you asked, I’m delivering mississippi masala: remixed, remastered, & uptonow sizzling. come celebrate the 30th anniversary with me at @TheNYFF grab your

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@HeidiNBC

Mississippi teachers beg for help after more than 18,000 students catch COVID-19 in one month: https://t.co/d8T81Jwspc via @Yahoo

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@PoliticusSarah

"Mississippi schools were open for one month and 18,000 kids got COVID and another 15,000 had to quarantine." https://t.co/d2J4uRr9kh via @politicususa

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@skrajisnik3

Mississippi State athletic director Larry Templeton got a call from SEC commissioner Roy Kramer 20 years ago. Kramer said he’d been in talks with the White House. They wanted MSU to host the first college football game since the 9/11 attacks. https://t.co/EBcUzK3HrE https://t.co/K9fWLO17f7

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@GwenGraham

Florida has the highest #COVID death rate in the United States. https://t.co/JM72PhsbO1

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@AmandiOnAir

Thanks to @GovRonDeSantis and the @GOP leadership that is in total control of the state, We’re #1 for #COVID19 deaths in all of the United States, #BecauseFlorida!

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@DrEricDing

2) Multiple pregnant women died of COVID-19 in recent weeks at a single hospital. “I know at one of the major hospitals here in Jackson, there have been several pregnant women die with COVID within the past couple of weeks,” Mississippi State Medical Association, Mark Horne said

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@SebGorka

Well they were only wrong by 78%. Well done AP. https://t.co/99WxGOgChv

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@GeertNoels

In de VS betaalde 3M ongeveer 150mio USD zelf voor de opkuis van PFOS aan de Mississippi. In Vlaanderen betaalde de overheid (de belastingbetaler) tot nu toe ongeveer 150 mio USD van PFOS. Het wordt tijd dat witteboordcriminaliteit wordt aangepakt, niet gecompenseerd.

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@NCRMuseum

#OnThisDay in 1954, desegregation pioneer, author, education advocate, and 2015 Freedom Award honoree Ruby Bridges was born in Tylertown, Mississippi. https://t.co/R3MAPvWnoT

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@UberFacts

After Minnie Cox, a Black female postmaster, was unjustly forced out of work in Mississippi (1902), President Theodore Roosevelt continued to pay her federal salary Roosevelt punished the town by closing their post office and rerouting their mail to an office 30 miles away

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@KBAndersen

Of the 3 million people in Mississippi, 900 died of covid last month--61 age 18 to 39, "not a single one of them vaccinated," per State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs."I feel confident if they had been vaccinated every single one would be with us today. "https://t.co/IweLVJ5Veh

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@AnaCabrera

18,825 students and 3,616 employees have tested positive for Covid-19 in Mississippi since August when school began across the state, according to the state’s department of health data.

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@marceelias

And for the record, I did sue successfully Mississippi over its racist voting laws in 2019. https://t.co/7edDff4KG2 https://t.co/gQJt6w9T6Y

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@PrisonPlanet

The Associated Press was forced to issue a correction after it falsely claimed that 70 per cent of calls to the Mississippi Poison Control Center were about people ingesting ivermectin to treat COVID-19. https://t.co/WALnm1C1OM

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@caseyparks

I spent the last few years reporting on a young man in rural Mississippi. He's extraordinary—persistent, curious, hopeful in the face of steady setbacks—but his classes often lack teachers, textbooks, and AC. Thanks to the @NYTmag for sharing his story. https://t.co/ZTsTgrVYAY

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@DrEricDing

⚠️PREGNANT WOMEN DYING—Several MS pregnancy deaths—“And we’re talking C-sections in ICU so you can get the baby out before the mom dies,” said Mississippi State Health Officer, Thomas Dobbs. “The seasoned OBGYNs said this never happens—Never.” #COVID19

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@EmeraldRobinson

The @AP was forced to issue a correction over a story about ivermectin because it used "information provided by the Mississippi Department of Health that 70% of recent calls to the Mississippi Poison Control Center were from people using ivermectin." The real number was 2%.

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@RepCori

The Line 3 replacement would nearly double the volume of tar sands crude oil — the dirtiest fossil fuel on the planet — coming through the pipeline. A spill could devastate the entire Mississippi River. I spent the weekend visiting the site. Here are my takeaways.

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@Titans

Together as Titans ⚔️ The final episode "Mississippi Made Pt. III" is available tonight at 7PM (CT) on Titans YouTube "A Titans Story" Rundown:

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@AMNH

How is the bull shark able to survive in both freshwater and saltwater? It’s one of the few shark species able to do so because its kidneys and glands help maintain its salinity levels in freshwater. In fact, it’s not uncommon to spot one in the Mississippi or Amazon Rivers!

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@realDailyWire

Associated Press Adds Embarrassing Correction To Article Claiming 70% Of Calls To Mississippi Poison Control Were About Ivermectin Ingestion https://t.co/MZUVKAkmt0 https://t.co/Ewzczb4hMb

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@Titans

From rural Mississippi to the Big Leagues

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@joncoopertweets

Mississippi's Low Vaccination Rate Leaves Hospitals In Crisis Only about 38% of the state’s 3 million people are fully inoculated against COVID-19, driving a surge in cases and hospitalizations that is overwhelming medical workers. https://t.co/vUESZMGMiR

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@RedditCFB

The state of Louisiana had a rough outing yesterday: Louisiana lost to Texas Louisiana Tech lost to Mississippi State Louisiana Monroe lost to Troy Tulane lost to Oklahoma LSU lost to UCLA

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@nycjim

In Mississippi, where only 38 percent of people are fully vaccinated, four pregnant women died in one hospital last week. *Three of the cases required emergency C-sections and babies were born severely premature. https://t.co/WBuv6e8VNk

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@emilyslist

North Dakota. South Dakota. Indiana. Mississippi. Arkansas. Florida. All of these states have lawmakers who want to replicate what happened in Texas. Vote them all out.

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@DeadlineWH

"I've never thought that SCOTUS would come right out and reverse Roe vs. Wade, but what they will do is gut it through a series of cases, this being the first one, the Mississippi law that the court will take up this term being another" - @matthewamiller w/ @NicolleDWallace https://t.co/JcdA7yhnFq

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@ChuckCallesto

BREAKING REPORT: AP CORRECTS ARTICLE claiming 70 PERCENT of calls to Mississippi Poison Control were about ivermectin ingestion, ACTUAL NUMBER 2 Percent..

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@MeidasTouch

Think Texas is bad? Our legal experts say to keep an eye on Mississippi, which could very well deliver the final death blow to Roe v. Wade and ban abortion in the state – even in the case of rape or incest. Listen to the full episode for more analysis: https://t.co/bsYVKv8gXF https://t.co/cxPQtGVwCH

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@iCyclone

On the waterfront in Bay St. Louis #Mississippi. Near the climatological peak of the #hurricane season, but all is quiet & calm—for now. Ain't out of the woods. https://t.co/zPVIrAbI71

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@iCyclone

We got lucky in #Mississippi—this time. #Hurricane #IDA only sideswiped us. Few clues of the storm now remain in Bay St. Louis: sand-covered beachfront promenades, branches on lawns, a boat still stuck on the beach, & an influx of Louisianan victims looking for gas & supplies. https://t.co/WpJqlCekwU

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@DrEricDing

5) 70% of calls to Mississippi poison control calls are for ivermectin! https://t.co/K2aXyYI8VJ

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@DrEricDing

4) Same thing happening elsewhere recently with spikes in poison control calls for ivermectin in Mississippi. This ivermectin misinfo is a nationwide trend!

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@barstoolsports

LA Tech - 31 Mississippi State - 14 https://t.co/RDUwBWe98t

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@Amy_Siskind

"Mississippi’s health department said that 70 percent of recent calls to the state poison control center in August came from people who ingested ivermectin from livestock supply stores."

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@eji_org

On this day in 1875, armed white men from Clinton, Mississippi, formed roving bands targeting Black men—an estimated 50 Black people were killed. To overcome racial inequality, we must confront our history. https://t.co/bFl4H053KZ

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@TiffanyDCross

So the white Taliban, aka the GOP, has taken away women's rights in TX. Up next? Mississippi? South Dakota? We're waiting to see. #crossconnection

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@WSJ

Covid-19 cases in school-age children are rising more rapidly in states where school has been in session for weeks—like Mississippi, where nearly 14,000 students have tested positive since the school year began https://t.co/Ip7S3Gq8nn

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@nytimes

Curtis Flowers, who had murder charges against him dropped after 23 years in prison, is suing the Mississippi D.A. who prosecuted him six times. https://t.co/gaLDKLfovm

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@StellaParton

Emmett Till a 14yr.old child was tortured and lynched in 1955 in Mississippi by white racists because he was accused of smiling at a white woman in her families store. His marker showing this event has been removed or destroyed by white racists in 2021. Welcome to America Y’all.

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@thedailybeast

After 23 years in prison for a wrongful conviction, Mississippi man Curtis Flowers is giving the state’s district attorney a taste of his own medicine https://t.co/x2zlq4Zdcc

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@CoriBush

We came to Minnesota to join Indigenous water protectors in the fight to Stop Line 3. To protect our Mississippi River. To save Black and Indigenous lives. Solidarity is an act of joy and love. https://t.co/vMYEtvu0Yj

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@DavidEggert00

Right to Life of Michigan fully expects the Supreme Court to overturn Roe next year (in Mississippi case). If that happens, Michigan has a 1931 law on the books that bans abortion except to preserve the woman's life. It’s unclear whether the law automatically would take effect.

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@NPR

The photos also show significant flooding to the massive Phillips 66 Alliance Refinery along the bank of the Mississippi River, south of New Orleans. In some sections of the refinery, a rainbow sheen is visible on the water leading toward the river. https://t.co/VcD9rAQNFB

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@PaulDEaton52

The Mullahs in Texas and Mississippi are hard at work to disenfranchise the American Woman. We spent 20 years to change Afghanistan and how their males defeat the rights of their women. Well. Are going to let it happen here?

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@axios

Biden has tapped Cedric Richmond — a senior White House adviser and former Louisiana congressman — to lead Hurricane Ida recovery efforts. "We're making sure the response and recovery is equitable," Biden added. https://t.co/mgfOK2tYBA

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@RepCori

The Line 3 pipeline carries the dirtiest fossil fuel on the planet — and it's being expanded. It crosses the Mississippi, which means a spill would have catastrophic consequences for St. Louis. I just arrived in Minnesota to discuss the urgent need to shut the pipeline down. https://t.co/fq0y6mQkNw

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@iCyclone

NWS issued final advisory on #Hurricane #IDA this morning. Here's complete track, from 26 Aug to today. Of course #Louisiana got the worst of it, but millions of folks in many other places—Cuba, #Mississippi, Northeast USA, etc.—were seriously impacted. An epic trail of mayhem. https://t.co/fU99N8znth

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@NWSEastern

Thus far 21 tornadoes have been confirmed from Hurricane Ida. By intensity...1 EF-3s, 3 EF-2s, 7 EF-1s and 10 EF-0s. By state... Alabama - 7 Pennsylvania - 5 New Jersey - 3 Maryland - 3 Virginia - 2 Mississippi - 1 Massachusetts - 1 https://t.co/AcfHLQ2ti3

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@neal_katyal

Congress should tmrw pass legislation to codify Roe. SCOTUS powerless to stop it. If try filibuster, great arg to get rid of it. Trump nuked filibuster for S Ct. If 50 is good enough to confirm a justice for life&against Roe ... https://t.co/prjHTyUrA5

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@DineshDSouza

The hysterical reaction to the #TexasAbortionLaw from the Left only confirms the sheer genius of the law. Whatever #SCOTUS decides in the Mississippi case, a majority of justices have basically said they can’t overturn laws like the one Texas just passed

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@VP

Our Administration is fully committed to supporting relief efforts in Louisiana and Mississippi. https://t.co/pO7vLb80P5

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@Mediaite

Man Who Assaulted NBC News’s Shaquille Brewster on Live TV in Mississippi Arrested in Ohio https://t.co/slFRwXrLiA

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@ElieNYC

Another thing: Not having a plan for this day, from either the WH or Congress, only "looking into federal options" or "planning to bring a bill to the floor" now, is ITSELF malpractice. Texas passed this law in MAY. Mississippi has it's own Roe killing law in front of SCOTUS NOW

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@nytimes

An Ohio man was arrested on Thursday, three days after he angrily confronted an NBC News reporter who was live on TV, covering Hurricane Ida in Gulfport, Mississippi, the police said. https://t.co/rThY6Fkibe

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@nytimes

The lashing winds have ceased and the downpours have stopped, but despite Hurricane Ida’s departure from Louisiana, recovery is far away for a state that is no stranger to storms and their aftermath. https://t.co/Sf0AuMLMuV https://t.co/OTo1f6mK8X

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@AP

Here’s what we know Tuesday as Louisiana and Mississippi recover from Hurricane Ida: - Crews rush to region as thousands face weeks without electricity - Storm blamed for at least four deaths - New Orleans’ levees passed test, while some suburbs flood https://t.co/ZO5Bl0dtkK

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@GOP

Praying for all the people in Louisiana, Mississippi, and the surrounding areas impacted by Hurricane Ida.

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@EricTopol

Kentucky and South Carolina trying to become the next Mississippi and Florida https://t.co/8qWetqm7Kp

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@justinbaragona

Here's our write-up of the scary incident of some deranged guy accosting NBC News correspondent @shaqbrewster during a live report from Mississippi. We'll also update the piece with any additional info as it comes in. https://t.co/JfEkv0xs2A

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@DEADLINE

The Gulfport Police Department in Mississippi has identified the suspect as Benjamin Eugene Dagley of Wooster, Ohio https://t.co/W5dyyDtjp7

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@rkylesmith

2 week moving average in cases: Louisiana -50 percent Florida -28 percent Missouri -14 percent Mississippi -8 percent Oregon +28 percent Delaware + 42 percent Minnesota +47 percent Pennsylvania +63 percent Every region is going to tangle with Delta, alas. https://t.co/OQNNo7RHIO

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@JordanUhl

A Mississippi man just drove up to Shaquille Brewster's live shot and started screaming about covering the hurricane accurately https://t.co/kHG0omBVSJ

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@SecDef

Our @USNationalGuard has deployed over 5,200 personnel to Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and Alabama in response to #HurricaneIda. We're bringing a variety of assets, including high-water vehicles, rotary lift, and transportation capability to help. https://t.co/4RKQH26gNH

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@ABC

Drone footage shows flooding and wind damage in LaPlace, Louisiana, after Hurricane Ida pounded the community nestled between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. https://t.co/YHyy13o141 https://t.co/JvXcm1FEiI

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@cnnbrk

At least two people were killed and 10 others injured after a highway, which is a main artery between Mississippi and Louisiana, washed away https://t.co/5kAF0cnmkj

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@fema

Lineman from across the country are traveling to Louisiana & Mississippi to help restore power lost during Hurricane #Ida. We also sent over 190 generators that are now in place to keep critical structures running properly. More on our response efforts: https://t.co/V8E0OMbHEX https://t.co/aJ9PO7Sf3h

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@g_e_anderson

Wow. @shaqbrewster was just forced to defend himself from a crazy acting white man in Mississippi on live TV. He deserves hazard pay. https://t.co/QxXdZYw6Rg

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@POTUS

Today, I held a call with Secretary Granholm and CEOs of utilities about ongoing efforts to restore electricity to Louisiana and Mississippi following Hurricane Ida. We’re committed to ensuring they have the resources they need to restore electricity in the wake of the hurricane. https://t.co/YiVFsEVnQI

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@BernieSanders

The immense devastation caused in Louisiana and in Mississippi by Hurricane Ida will become our new normal unless we get our act together and take bold action to combat climate change NOW.

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@billmckibben

Truly terrifying account of what happens when a CO2 pipeline ruptures--and remember, Big Oil wants a vast network of these pipes around the planet https://t.co/Pqs5oJuegP

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@goldengateblond

good thing Louisiana and Mississippi have plenty of ICU beds [finger to earpiece] I'm getting an update https://t.co/5tNaOsNqza

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@NWSNewOrleans

Along with the change to a category 4 landfall we also now have upgraded to a Hurricane WARNING for parts of southern Louisiana and southern Mississippi. Damaging winds are expected with Ida and could reach the coast by Saturday night. (1/2) https://t.co/qklxCQTdID

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@HuffPost

First they smelled rotten eggs. Then a greenish cloud settled into the valley surrounding Sartatia, Mississippi. Soon people in the little town were dazed and gasping for air. https://t.co/AY7skbSpZ2

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@mattlanza

Just really a pit in the stomach feeling about Ida. Weather models can definitely be wrong, but the preponderance of evidence and history says they aren't going to be in this case. Please make sure any of your friends & family in E Louisiana and S Mississippi are ready.

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@joncoopertweets

'I think we already broke': Mississippi's nurses are resigning to protect themselves from Covid-19 burnout https://t.co/3BWwXt7llL

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@NWSNewOrleans

4PM CT Ida Update - The time to act is NOW. Hurricane Ida is now forecast to make landfall as a category 4 hurricane. This will bring SIGNIFICANT impacts to Southern Louisiana and Southern Mississippi. No major changes to the track at this time, moved just a touch to the east. https://t.co/MRIiBaHTFt

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@NWS

There is an increasing risk of life-threatening storm surge inundation along the coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, where a Storm Surge Watch is in effect. Interests in these areas should follow any advice given by local officials. #Ida https://t.co/BEoiiLOAYc

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@NHC_Atlantic

Storm Surge, hurricane, and tropical storm watches are in effect for portions of the Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama coasts. Follow @NWSNewOrleans, @NWSLakeCharles, and @NWSMobile for local information in those areas. https://t.co/pIfhHXWy8d https://t.co/krgDTO8sIV

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@joncoopertweets

Mississippi Has Quarantined 15% of All K-12 Students for COVID Cases or Exposures https://t.co/XekcPZXKH5

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@WajahatAli

About 15% of all Mississippi K-12 students have now been quarantined since the start of the [school] year either for testing positive for COVID-19 or due to known exposures,” per the Mississippi Free Press.

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@brooklynmarie

'I think we already broke:' Mississippi's nurses are resigning to protect themselves from Covid-19 burnout - CNN https://t.co/4Z8oF5Wj9K

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@RawStory

‘Redneck’ patrol duo convicted of hate crimes for shooting at Black teens in Mississippi https://t.co/xRsINxuLl6

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@NewDay

In Mississippi, the rise in Covid-19 cases due to the Delta variant is pushing some stressed and exhausted nurses to resign. @EricaRHill reports. https://t.co/ojIJR5nqWS https://t.co/SWLh9K5l8U

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@joncoopertweets

Mississippi’s Total Pediatric COVID Deaths Double In A Month With Sixth Child Victim https://t.co/rT7xvQeHWl

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@jaycaspiankang

In the late 1860s, a group of plantation owners in the Mississippi Delta tried to replace Black labor, who was voting Republican at the time, with migrant Chinese workers. The Mississippi Chinese stayed there for 150 years. Wrote about it. https://t.co/ra4BiVSdcb

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@NHC_Atlantic

Here are the 11 PM EDT August 26th Key Messages for Tropical Storm #Ida. Hurricane & Storm Surge Watches have been issued along the Gulf Coast for portions of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Latest Info: https://t.co/8wiow5zvwu https://t.co/tCsaFqmcfy

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@donwinslow

Mississippi health leaders confirm 6th ***pediatric death*** due to COVID-19

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@JoyAnnReid

The idea of California and its 39.5 million people being placed under DeSantis-style governance and morphed into the equivalent of Florida, Texas, Mississippi or South Dakota with COVID unleashed to run through the population like wildfire is utterly terrifying. PLEASE vote no. https://t.co/Igmp5fAvDq

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@19thnews

While physicians are unsure whether the delta variant is more virulent or causes more severe illness in children, they are sure of this: There is far, far more of it. And the data bears that out. #19thReads via @MSTODAYnews: https://t.co/EbiYRX124M

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@IENearth

We're gearing up for the last leg of the walk before the big #TreatiesNotTarSands welcome gathering and rally begins! Since August 7, water protectors have walked 256 miles, from the upstream Mississippi River crossing to St. Paul to #StopLine3!  [Photos: Ron Turney] https://t.co/va32OgaFR6

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@MeetThePress

WATCH: Mississippi governor makes it a felony to break Covid isolation. #MTPDaily @LAWoodwardMD: “We’re seeing an increase and uptake of the vaccine but we are way behind.” https://t.co/18ml3iJFRu

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@CBSThisMorning

Low vaccination rates in Mississippi are leading to a surge in COVID cases, including students heading back to school. In August alone, nearly 12,000 Mississippi students tested positive for COVID. https://t.co/VpjtlwD1cB

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@ziibiing

Funny, I saw @SheilaFTP and @KateKnuth at the rally against Line 3. @MayorFrey apparently likes to zip-line over the Mississippi, jog over the Mississippi, but not PROTECT the Mississippi.

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@StevenTDennis

Mississippi getting close to passing New York in total per capita COVID deaths since the start of the pandemic. Louisiana rising fast too. Florida has shot past the national average. https://t.co/N979xYjKGX

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@CBSNews

"Our clinics are overrun": Pediatric COVID-19 cases spike in Mississippi https://t.co/2yI16a1TBt

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@washingtonpost

The last abortion clinic in Mississippi, known as the Pink House, is at the heart of a Supreme Court case that could severely restrict abortion access, leaving millions of largely poor women in the South with no access. https://t.co/jJij5YTuQl

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@CNN

“It looks heroic … but that's not what it is. It's sweaty and hard and chaotic and bloody.” Nurses at a Mississippi hospital say they are at a breaking point due to Covid-19. Some are choosing to leave their profession because of burnout and stress. https://t.co/8d0w0ut0rG https://t.co/7v4wz2AyLs

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@CNN

Mississippi now has at least 2,000 fewer nurses than it did at the beginning of the year, according to the Mississippi Hospital Association's Center for Quality & Workforce. The staff shortages add to the growing strain on the state's hospital system. https://t.co/RYAmFP6hS2

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@kylegriffin1

Mississippi just set a new record for coronavirus-related deaths in the state. https://t.co/W0KvenUKYJ

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@twcMarkElliot

With all caveats.. these are just snaps of current runs & we don't know exactly where next system will go. It's time to raise awareness that from Mexico to Mississippi you need to carefully monitor. Talking options on @weatherchannel #wutv 5-8p w. @mikebettes & @TWCAlexWilson https://t.co/sOSndwefyr

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@washingtonpost

The last abortion clinic in Mississippi, known as the Pink House, is at the heart of a Supreme Court case that could severely restrict abortion access, leaving millions of largely poor women in the South with no access. https://t.co/LrwQfRDZt9

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@realDailyWire

Mississippi Says To Isolate After Testing Positive For COVID-19 Or Face Up To 5 Years In Prison And A Fine https://t.co/AfeMbhhflL https://t.co/HRBsuFNljx

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@DineshDSouza

Mississippi health official threatens to jail COVID-19 patients who don't quarantine https://t.co/gUQNAOfkMO

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@DKThomp

New hospital admissions of COVID patients seem to be declining in Florida, Texas, Mississippi, and Arkansas https://t.co/7QwXfca9ef

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@BrianMFloyd

Lane Kiffin getting 100% of his team vaccinated in Oxford, Mississippi is proof we could’ve gotten out of this whole pandemic with some leadership and the threat of forfeiting an SEC game https://t.co/7kSMpGQylE

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@MissingKids

#MISSING! Asucely was last seen on August 7, 2019 in Crystal Springs, #Mississippi. https://t.co/1YR4keOzlw

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@donwinslow

Any reasonable analysis of the new #COVID19 and #DeltaVariant numbers shows that #DeltaVariant is coming for kids. 20,000 kids in Mississippi are in quarantine because of possible #Covid exposure after only a few days of school. #GetVaccinatedNow #WearADamnMask https://t.co/QjNL3qiD22

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@Phil_Lewis_

“M'Kayla loved the color purple and ripe kiwis. She played the flute and answered to "KK." Powerful profile of M'Kayla Robinson, a 13-year-old Mississippi girl who died of COVID-19 https://t.co/auaLoT5KCx

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@NoLieWithBTC

BREAKING: Mississippi Department of Health issues statement urging Mississippians to not take anti-parasitic animal medication to treat COVID: "Don't take ivermectin intended for animals to prevent or treat COVID-19 (or any animal medications)."

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@WNCN

Those who contract COVID-19 in Mississippi are being asked to either isolate at home for 10 days or more or otherwise face a prison sentence of up to 5 years and possibly a major fine. https://t.co/BParyBnmjl

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@Sifill_LDF

Mississippi: Mask mandates would violate our liberty. But 5 yrs in prison for failure to quarantine? That, we can do. Make it make sense. https://t.co/k8NX2TA4t5

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@Metropoles

Nos EUA, reações à Ivermectina são causa de 70% das ligações para o Centro de Controle de Venenos do Mississippi. Lá, a versão para humanos do medicamento só é vendida com receita. Movidas por Fake News, pessoas estão ingerindo a droga feita para animais

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@maddow

Over 7000 new cases in a day is massive for Mississippi. Just terrible news, especially given the hospital capacity issues the state is already having. https://t.co/fNl0200ES5

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@EricTopol

A reminder about Ivermectin, the anti-parasite pill that in Mississippi accounts for 70% of recent calls to its poison control center https://t.co/DhdpLzLlqC The main study supporting its use had to be withdrawn due to "plagiarism and data manipulation" https://t.co/X7wQE4O4AT https://t.co/d8RNi3jQ1N

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@NPR

No, you should not ingest ivermectin, a drug to treat parasites in cows and horses. No, it does not prevent or treat COVID-19. This is what health officials are telling people after a spike in poison control calls in Mississippi. https://t.co/1KLhH8cyFY

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@EricTopol

"Mississippi, the unhealthiest, poorest, least-educated state in the nation"—@williams_paige @NewYorker The pandemic that laid bare US health inequities continues in its vaccination phase. And it's tragic. https://t.co/iY1p2euMGA https://t.co/alvlSsZOlO

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@donwinslow

Dear Mississippi, I don't think this is working. Mississippi sees 20,000 students quarantined following first week of school https://t.co/2lhF4VNyIg

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@kylegriffin1

In Mississippi, more than 20,000 students have been quarantined for exposure to coronavirus this week. Mississippi has the nation's second-lowest vaccination rate. https://t.co/9bV4IWezJQ

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@neeratanden

This is madness. Get vaccinated. And wear masks to protect children. https://t.co/DsJEZdpiqV

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@vincentglad

Comparaisons entre la rentrée 2020 et la rentrée 2021, sous le signe de Delta, dans les écoles du Mississippi : - 30 fois plus de cas Covid parmi les élèves - 12 fois plus d'élèves en quarantaine (pour un taux d'incidence 3 à 4 fois plus élevé). https://t.co/uuoJvotEfw

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@RollingStone

"I am flying high over Tupelo, Mississippi, with America’s hottest band … and we are all about to die": Read William Miller's 1973 Stillwater cover story in full. https://t.co/niScqOXp88

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@NewYorker

“We’ve lost more people from COVID than we have from World War II, and we’re not even willing to wear a mask or get a shot or stay away from a bar,” Mississippi’s state health officer, Thomas Dobbs, said. Why are so many in the state unvaccinated? https://t.co/gS3Y4dwBy3

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@CNN

Three US senators — Angus King of Maine, Roger Wicker of Mississippi and John Hickenlooper of Colorado — announced separately that they have tested positive for Covid-19. All three have been vaccinated. https://t.co/vu6kvIO52G

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@donwinslow

Dear @tatereeves Moving this to the top of your in box. This is a stadium full of children. Mississippi sees 20,000 students quarantined following first week of school https://t.co/8dqqs8WxEm

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@washingtonpost

Pandemic has never been worse in Mississippi, top doctor says as 20,000 students are quarantined https://t.co/d5IroRrOdJ

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@DrEricDing

Three U.S. senators tested positive for #COVID19SL despite being vaccinated. GOP Senator Roger Wicker of Mississippi, independent Angus King of Maine and Democrat John Hickenlooper of Colorado. They reported symptoms including at least one with fever. https://t.co/WjlXJdTLuD

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@shannonrwatts

NEW: In the last few weeks, there have been at least 15 incidents of students bringing guns to school in at least 12 states, including Texas, Florida, New Mexico, Mississippi, California, Arkansas, Nevada, Alabama, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee. https://t.co/GT8iDuhnFx

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@OccupyDemocrats

BREAKING: In Mississippi, where the Republican Governor Reeves called masks "foolish" and HAS NOT mandated masks in school, 20,334 students are in quarantine after the FIRST 2 WEEKS of school, after 4,521 students and 948 teachers got COVID, and two died. Great job, Republicans

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@ChelseaClinton

There are ~20,000 kids in quarantine in Mississippi. 8,000 kids in one Florida school district. Thousands more across Tennessee, Texas and South Carolina. We’re running out of pediatric ICU beds across the South. A good list of what the administration should do to protect kids: https://t.co/2slMKBKJTm

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@ajplus

Over 20,000 Mississippi students are in quarantine after the 1st week of school, with over 5,900 testing positive for #COVID19. A health official described the state's current virus surge as a "tsunami." Mississippi has the 2nd lowest vaccination rate in the U.S. https://t.co/vDaVcoUgal

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@kylegriffin1

Republican Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi just tested positive for COVID-19.

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@OccupyDemocrats

BREAKING: Mississippi 8th grader dies of COVID only 13 days after being forced back to school by Republican Governor Tate Reeves. She fell ill after coming home from school — and died just 2 days later. RT IF YOU ARE SICK AND TIRED OF REPUBLICANS PUTTING CHILDREN AT GRAVE RISK!

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@sianushka

Whether it's the Taliban in Afghanistan, an incel on his laptop or a Republican senator in Mississippi, the hatred of women is driven by the same fascist ideology. My long-read on the global war against women https://t.co/sJeX7FvZio @BylineTimes

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@Cleavon_MD

51 y.o. Joe Abston, former Pascagoula Mississippi city councilman & well-known figure in Jackson County died August 15, 2021 from COVID. He drove his wife & 2 daughters to get vaccinated in April but chose not to get vaccinated himself. #SoulsLostToCovid https://t.co/uQDLX8n78c https://t.co/E8b5NIQokI

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@marceelias

Highest absentee ballot rejection rates in the 2020 election: Arkansas 6.4% New Mexico 5.0% New York 3.6% Mississippi 2.3% Most common grounds for rejection: Non-matching signatures 32.8%.

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@Cleavon_MD

A 32 y.o. pregnant woman was admitted to a Mississippi hospital and died from COVID. Her last act was giving birth to her baby girl. Tragically, the baby's father also died from COVID, leaving the newborn a ward of the state.

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@nadabakos

Mississippi 8th-Grader Dies of COVID Shortly After Gov. Reeves Downplays Risks to Students https://t.co/Z2qYZMNcC7

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@DrLindaMD

A Mississippi 8th-grader - who'd only been in school for just over a week - died of COVID-19 hours after testing positive https://t.co/yLtkwOb2ol

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@andrewkimmel

A Mississippi 8th-grader died of COVID hours after testing positive. She’d been in school just over a week. The school didn't require masks until cases cropped up & has now reversed its mask policy. MS Gov. Tate Reeves is waging a campaign against them. https://t.co/8Voq3NStmS

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@Franklin_Graham

Our @SamaritansPurse Emergency Field Hospital has arrived in Jackson, Mississippi, and is being set up to treat COVID-19 patients on the campus of the University of Mississippi Medical Center. I know that our team would be grateful for your prayers. https://t.co/9vxpn41bAD

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@nicolesjchung

"The school she attended didn't require masks for the first few days - until cases began cropping up among students and teachers. The school has since reversed its mask policy but Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves is waging a campaign against them." https://t.co/WxtGMy1fdq

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@donwinslow

13-Year-Old Mississippi Girl Dies of COVID After Governor Tate Reeves Called Mask Guidance 'Foolish' https://t.co/5WqFBSNdls via @Yahoo

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@JesseRodriguez

8th grader dies with COVID hours after Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves downplays child cases https://t.co/gxk9pEsAcx

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@Cleavon_MD

An eighth-grade girl died this morning in Raleigh, Miss., mere hours after testing positive for COVID-19. Will post photo after identity is confirmed. https://t.co/mRHazmoUuC

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@maxapotter

The rungs of the GQP ladder to power are now gonna be corpses of kids. 8th Grader Dies With COVID Hours After Reeves Downplays Child Cases https://t.co/5gjRmG3qub

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@thedailybeast

University of Mississippi Medical Center erected a field hospital with 20 beds in its parking garage Friday morning and has made plans to open a mobile hospital tent elsewhere early next week. https://t.co/NdngGYS5we

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@weatherchannel

#Fred is expected to regenerate into a tropical storm before reaching the coasts of north Florida, Alabama or Mississippi early next week. Forecast details: https://t.co/bs04SFt3rC https://t.co/yWqEyCbu5i

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@Reuters

Mississippi hospital puts beds in parking garage to cope with COVID-19 surge https://t.co/hAMD2yA3Ci https://t.co/dgNrHCwWFi

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@TiffanyDCross

Guys- you don't want to miss this segment. @washingtonpost reporter @DeNeenLBrown traveled to Mississippi to investigate EIGHT possible lynchings. She joins me this hour to discuss. Whew. What she has to say is blood boiling. Seriously? What year is it??! #CrossConnection

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@carlzimmer

Mississippi 8th Grader Dies With COVID Hours After Gov. Reeves Downplays Child Cases https://t.co/y8ybZ9Q6fX

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@nycjim

Mississippi 8th grader dies with COVID hours after GOP Gov. Tate Reeves downplays child cases and refuses yet again to mandate masks in schools. https://t.co/h4sLLZrwig https://t.co/Cr3c7Qf9kZ

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@NPR

As the delta variant fuels another surge surge in case, Arkansas has set a record for hospitalizations, while health officials in Mississippi say the state's hospital system could collapse in five to 10 days if the current trajectory continues. https://t.co/oxmB44ty0J

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@Franklin_Graham

Three of our @SamaritansPurse trucks and trailers left in the early hours of this morning for Mississippi, where we will be setting up an emergency field hospital to help with the rising number of #COVID19 cases. https://t.co/gw6wGt5ujJ

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@Cleavon_MD

Mkayla Robinson, an eighth-grade student in Raleigh, Mississippi died hours after testing positive for COVID. She was the perfect student and part of the school band. She is survived by her military mother & younger brother, MJ. #SoulsLostToCovid https://t.co/2AJ5PrSWKA https://t.co/wHW0le91bJ

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@EricTopol

In America, the place with >2X vaccines than the number of people There are states with test positivity rates as high as 51.7%. Mississippi is next at 49%, also now at a pandemic peak of hospitalizations, 110 cases/100,000, #2 in the world of any state or country. https://t.co/Ird5ucIcAA

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@EricTopol

Having already surpassed its pandemic peak of cases and hospitalizations, Mississippi's current trajectory is vertical—unbridled spread. The state's leadership has no effective plan to deal with it. This is America. https://t.co/qVeJRfKvED @thehill by @natalie_prieb @tatereeves https://t.co/HLhq1Dm2t4

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@kylegriffin1

People gasping for breath in hospital halls. A 34-week pregnant woman losing her baby because she got COVID. Dozens of patients waiting for ICU beds. A nurse working 8 shifts in a row. These are stories from the Mississippi Gulf Coast — a COVID hotspot. https://t.co/NX7m75wd8t

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@GanucheauAdam

Confirmation of what we'd been hearing since yesterday: Gov. Tate Reeves is out of state at a political event. Mississippi, this morning, posted its highest-ever single day COVID count. Mayhem in the state, and our governor is gone. https://t.co/DzYVOYpdmS https://t.co/Teqgs5WElc

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@clarionledger

There are no ICU beds left in Mississippi and emergency rooms are bursting at the seams due to the increase in COVID-19 cases, state health officials say. https://t.co/6TIyUTXPSX

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@nelson_atkins

Happy 200th birthday to Missouri, which became the 24th state in the union on Aug. 10, 1821 #onthisday. Celebrate by viewing Missouri native George Caleb Bingham's "Fishing on the Mississippi," in our next exhibition Origins, opening Aug. 14 https://t.co/N4LfdANKCP. @Missouri2021 https://t.co/sww67KG9Z9

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@rilyneischens

New: The @MnPCA says there were 28 releases of drilling fluid at 12 river crossings during #Line3 construction this summer. 13 of those were in wetlands, including a release of 6,000-9,000 gallons in a wetland near the Mississippi River

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@RawStory

Mississippi columnist buries GOP governor for staying 'silent' while COVID burns through the state https://t.co/5enOSfcORc

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@CBSNews

President Biden says his infrastructure plan will replace millions of lead pipes nationwide: "Never again can we allow what happened in Flint, Michigan and Jackson, Mississippi. We can never let it happen again." https://t.co/YXnxveCyNm https://t.co/HP2OcX2HVK

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@CNNnewsroom

“Seeing that much death day in and day out for this extended period of time—it becomes unbearable.” Mississippi nurse Nichole Atherton made the decision last week to resign. “There are going to be children...in my own community that are orphans, and it could’ve been prevented.” https://t.co/9iVsnfm4LQ

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@ABC

Florida currently has the nation's highest COVID-19 case rate, followed by Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama, Missouri, Mississippi and Texas, according to federal data. https://t.co/Smumwj3bGQ https://t.co/zCZJmXHBYa

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@scottomelianuk

Mississippi has NEGATIVE small business growth. A vaccine rate of only 30 percent. Vermont: 20 percent growth and 70 percent vaccine rate. SMB owners, do you see a pattern? https://t.co/gmz3xL1MA9

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@HonorTheEarth

The Mississippi is being traumatized by Enbridge’s work there. As they HDD drill, they instigate what is called a “frack out,” wherein they hit the aquifer and the toxic chemicals they are using to drill leach into the water. #StopLine3 @USACEHQ https://t.co/76hyf69y9c

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@ABC

COVID LATEST: https://t.co/TtSmGjJ4TU - Pediatrician warns: Don't "underestimate" the virus - No ICU beds available at top Mississippi hospitals - Gov. Abbott seeks out of state health care personnel to help Texas - Arkansas hospitalizations reach record high, 8 ICU beds left

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@CivRightsVoices

In the 1960s, activists like Hollis Watkins and Flonzie Brown Wright worked to register Black voters across the state of Mississippi, as many faced challenges registering themselves. Watch Brown Wright reflect on her experience: https://t.co/PPnfkDU1Mk https://t.co/gos3JGjIiH

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@washingtonpost

A 21-year-old Black man was found hanging from a tree in 2018. It was ruled a suicide, but his family says he was lynched. https://t.co/3bru81w0z4

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@esglaude

‘Lynchings in Mississippi never stopped’ - The Washington Post https://t.co/aexh02BHdA

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@ggreenwald

Significant parts of NYC "have lower vaccination rates than Mississippi": due to pervasive vaccine skepticism. "The biggest holdouts are mostly Black and Orthodox Jewish communities" and "politically conservative areas of Staten Island." https://t.co/vsK54RZ9oM

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@Sifill_LDF

READ this. https://t.co/7i4EHFEGjq

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@DataDrivenMD

It is immoral to send unvaccinated kids, teachers, and staff into classrooms Mississippi and Florida officials are learning, the hard way, that Delta variant spreads like wildfire inside of school buildings. https://t.co/mSTmgsEqbu

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@JohnFetterman

Legal Weed was more popular in Mississippi for 2020 than <checks notes> President Trump. By a lot. https://t.co/shiCZuPKcC

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@MacFarlaneNews

NOT GUILTY PLEA just entered in Jan 6 case of Michael Brock of Mississippi Court filings from prosecutors say Brock struck a DC police officer with a four-foot rod He's released until Oct 7 court hearing https://t.co/6biiNzgLtW

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@KarlousM

It’s way more than 8. Half of these stories never make news outside of Mississippi. It’s a lot of strange thangs going on that’s nobody talks about. https://t.co/mdOWDH5wxM

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@NancySinatra

‘Lynchings in Mississippi never stopped’ https://t.co/Dg2lKUSeMA There is no need to wonder why Black people are angry and disappointed in America.

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@Phil_Lewis_

Since 2000, there have been at least 8 suspected lynchings of Black men and teens in Mississippi, according to court records and police reports. “The last recorded lynching in the U.S. was in 1981. But the thing is, lynchings never stopped in the U.S.” https://t.co/h558FbmvE1

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@ProFootballTalk

Mississippi has the lowest vaccination rate in the nation, at 41.8 percent. Lane Kiffin has nevertheless gotten the Ole Miss football program to 100 percent, reaching that milestone before any NFL team. https://t.co/hBOp5WyGjV

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@MattWalshBlog

"Lynchings in Mississippi" is trending because WaPo published an article about a handful of black people who committed suicide over the past 20 years and speculated without any evidence that all of them were lynched. Just absolutely evil. These media monsters want a race war.

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@DrEricDing

Let this sink in—if each US state was a country… Louisiana, Florida, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Alabama would each be #2, #5, and #7-9 worst hotspots for #COVID19 in the world! P.s. Oklahoma, Texas, S Carolina, Missouri are also #15-18 worst. https://t.co/55L9CWVhxL

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@kaitlancollins

The US is now averaging over 100,000 new cases per day, according to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University. Until this weekend, cases had not topped 100,000/day since February. Louisiana, Florida, Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabama have the most new cases per capita.

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@washingtonpost

Since 2000, there have been at least eight suspected lynchings of Black men and teenagers in Mississippi, according to court records and police reports. https://t.co/QajXXcvvj3

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@FieldYates

Tommy Stevens, the former Mississippi State QB who has transitioned to TE in the NFL, has been busy on tryout circuit of late. His latest stop is with the Giants, who are also auditioning former 49ers WR Andy Jones.

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@propublica

In August 2020, Reffitt drove to a BLM demonstration in Mississippi, hoping to surveil a particular activist and, according to his family, place a GPS tracking device on the man’s car. He abandoned the plan when he wasn’t sure he had the right vehicle. https://t.co/3ckkIRjDRK

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@NPR

The Memphis metro area, with a population of 1.3 million has only two abortion clinics. Mississippi, with a population of 3 million, has only one. Women seeking professional and safe services are needing to travel long hours to receive proper care. https://t.co/34ZGvknEP2

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@MotherJones

COVID is spiking in Florida and Mississippi. Their GOP governors are waging war against masks. https://t.co/Khi9OqAsKI

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@ThePlumLineGS

Here are the 10 states that would see the biggest net benefits from the expanded child tax credit as a percentage of their GDP. Nine are red states: Mississippi Arkansas Idaho Montana Kentucky Oklahoma West Virginia New Mexico Louisiana Alabama https://t.co/5QvRDmJ1vK

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@KarlousM

Mississippi don’t be getting it’s proper credits.

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@EricTopol

Current US test positivity is 8%; we have not seen >20% levels anytime since the 3rd wave, but now Alabama 22%, Oklahoma 22%, Mississippi 20%, Florida 19% and 20 states in double digits. And grossly under-testing in face of Delta's spread. https://t.co/pyRjKpHnKl @CovidActNow https://t.co/St9DJ58lzC

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@Laurie_Garrett

Louisiana's hospitals have now reached capacity. Mississippi isn't far behind. #COVID19 #DeltaVariant surge is REAL. https://t.co/XbmkhTn8Zu

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@Cleavon_MD

After one week without masks, COVID outbreak forces two Mississippi high schools to close and go virtual. https://t.co/e1JW1z7vO0 https://t.co/OMx6GFWBM7

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@DDuggan21

There's ... something ... going on with Joe Judge and Julian Love. A day after Love shared what he said was a common Judge saying: "In the Mississippi heat, it takes more than one set of hands to grease the pig." Judge had this to say about Love: https://t.co/llw6eCI9zM

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@mnhs

#OTD in 2007 the I-35W bridge over the Mississippi River in Minneapolis collapsed. It was 6:05 pm, during peak rush hour. 13 people lost their lives, 145 were hurt. We honor those lives today. MNopedia: https://t.co/nBwfiI8gOR Image: truss and gusset plate remnant. https://t.co/t8gPT3kNIn

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@NWSSPC

2:59pm CDT #SPC Day1 Outlook Slight Risk: late this afternoon into this evening across parts of the middle mississippi valley https://t.co/GtEvHQ3UxE https://t.co/FXfUZL2jyt

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@LiveAction

What are your thoughts?

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@latinus_us

Universidad del Sur de Mississippi pagará matrícula y alojamiento a estudiantes vacunados contra la #COVID19. #Coronavirus #Latinus #InformaciónParaTi https://t.co/t5PHFHQ7kO

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@NWSSPC

There is a Slight Risk(Lvl 2/5) across portions of the Mid Mississippi River Valley. Several areas of Marginal Risk (Lvl 1/5) also exists along the East Coast and upper Midwest. Wind gusts hail and a brief tornado are possible. See https://t.co/QMmU4tBZDt #KYwx #MOwx #TNwx #ILwx https://t.co/xHWgK2Qo74

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@JeffreyGuterman

On this date August 1 in 2007, the collapse of the I-35W Mississippi River bridge in Minneapolis killed 13 people and injured 145. Photo source: https://t.co/63AYSqbgVE. #OTD https://t.co/ejdQhus4Wo

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@rlnave

The ‘new’ Mississippi Capitol sits on land that previously housed the state penitentiary. When its construction commenced in 1901, the state bought Parchman Farm in the Delta, where the notorious prison still operates https://t.co/chbR0nZOYZ

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@womensmarch

230 GOP Congressmembers, 13 GOP governors, and more have joined Mississippi’s AG in calling on SCOTUS to overturn Roe v. Wade. Our reproductive rights are in big danger. But that won’t stop us. We’ll never stop fighting for the right to safe, legal abortion in America.

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@ElvisPresley

Today in 1955, Elvis performed at the Fairgrounds in Tupelo, Mississippi. This was his first appearance in Tupelo since his appearance at age ten in a singing competition. #ElvisPresley #Tupelo #TodayinHistory #RockNRoll https://t.co/ujwPjzOTPo

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@jimcallisMLB

Amid the trade deadline craziness, @Twins have signed 5th-rder Christian MacLeod for $500k (slot 159 value = $327,200). Mississippi State LHP, could have gone top 3 rds before late slump, best pitch is downer curveball, 89-93 mph fastball dodges barrels. @MLBDraft

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@MSNBCweekends

. @yasminv speaks with Scott Spivey, Executive Director of Mississippi Home Corporation, as Congress fails to extend the eviction moratorium - putting millions of Americans at risk. https://t.co/cCStS0qwU5

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@jaspar

Working on this some more today, I found as of today there are 3 states where Covid-19 cases are increasing faster than they ever have: Louisiana, Florida and Mississippi. https://t.co/9s52M6CVDJ

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@hburgamerican

The Mississippi State Department of Health has recorded over 10,000 new cases of COVID-19 in the past week.       https://t.co/iGJss08EEz

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@msstate

At Mississippi State, our priority is maintaining a safe learning environment for our students and faculty. With a new school year rolling in, we encourage everyone to get vaccinated to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 and to keep each other #CowbellWell https://t.co/MmvgfRE8Pv

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@SenJohnKennedy

I stand with Mississippi’s noble effort to defend life in the womb. #Prolife https://t.co/jPBbhRyyBp

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@CBSThisMorning

After a year-and-a-half of the pandemic, Mississippi is facing another COVID surge, with hospitalizations there increased over 450% this month, and doctors & nurses are exhausted. @OmarVillafranca visited a hospital where fatigue is one of many concerns for frontline workers. https://t.co/mWnh2Hn3Kp

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@newsmax

Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla. joined 10 other Republican governors Thursday in supporting Mississippi’s efforts to overturn two high-profiled abortion cases, the Tampa Bay Times reported. https://t.co/fRNpRSMohG

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@HonorTheEarth

#stopline3 … stop the spills ⁦@GovTimWalz⁩ ⁦@POTUS⁩ at the Mississippi Headwaters https://t.co/zzFxDaampO

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@clarionledger

All 92 beds in the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s intensive care unit, the state’s largest, are full. https://t.co/MIPb6eHDVN

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@EpochTimes

44 Senate Republicans and 184 House Republicans urged the #SupremeCourt to overturn #RoeVWade when the justices review a Mississippi #Abortion law during their next term. https://t.co/EuyNBQljXc

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@Cleavon_MD

The Tupelo Public School District in Tupelo #Mississippi is dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak among band members with classes set to start next week. Despite CDC & American Academy of Pediatrics recommendations, masks WILL NOT be required. https://t.co/TBbutbbgdx https://t.co/2oq58U3ae5

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@NARAL

Mississippi has directly asked the Supreme Court to overturn Roe. They’re blatantly coming for our reproductive freedom—and we have to fight back. https://t.co/8ZdJxxQBc9 #SCOTUS

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@joncoopertweets

This Mississippi woman's unvaccinated husband is battling Covid-19 in an ICU: 'I wouldn't want my worst enemy to go through this' https://t.co/kziwztg1MG

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@LucasKunceMO

Another wave of COVID is devastating our state just weeks after our governor ended federally-funded aid for families in need. Luckily @HawleyMO is here to help everyday Missourians by... *checks notes* Overturning Roe v. Wade?? https://t.co/Ici8AsYibB

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@Cleavon_MD

Another beautiful soul stolen by this virus. 31 y.o. Brooke Upton from Ridgeland #Mississippi was 8 months pregnant when she contracted COVID. She lost her battle yesterday

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@JMitchellNews

Sad. One of the most respected leaders of #CivilRights Movement, #BobMoses, has died. Registered Black Mississippi voters, despite being beaten & jailed. Architect of #FreedomSummer. If anyone deserves to trend on Twitter, it's #BobMoses. Please help him do that. #Hero #Courage https://t.co/RBwRGBOz00

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@andyblewis

One of the specific legacies of Bob Moses we should keep in mind today was how he fused voting rights and protest. Before sit-ins and voting rights were separate things, In Mississippi he turned registering to vote into a form of direct action protest. Changed the movement. https://t.co/adatloIfBq

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@TaraLaRosa

A BJJ/MMA patriot friend of mine & his family were moving from Oregon to a better life in Mississippi, when his car was stolen from their hotel. His entire livelihood was stolen he’s a knife maker, musician, & personal trainer. Any help is much appreciated https://t.co/5Rg1Qv1Vo7

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@chicagosmayor

Emmett Till was 14 years old when he was kidnapped, viciously murdered, and dumped into a local river by two white men while visiting family in Mississippi. Had he lived, today would have been his 80th birthday. https://t.co/LDwkce3Pdd

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@NPR

In 1964, Moses orchestrated the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project, which drew hundreds of students from Northern colleges to Mississippi to help register voters. His efforts were often met with violence from white residents and law enforcement. https://t.co/HR9JRUzWYe

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@NPR

In the 1960s, Bob Moses organized African American sharecroppers in Mississippi for the civil rights movement. He later taught math to low-achieving students in underfunded schools and advocated for quality public education as a constitutional right. https://t.co/p29cmLTD0Z

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@nytimes

Bob Moses, a pioneer of the civil rights movement who helped to register thousands of voters and trained a generation of activists in Mississippi in the early 1960s, died on Sunday. He was 86. https://t.co/KXbcLXm1z4

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@NAACP_LDF

#OTD in 1941, Emmett Till was born. He would have been 80 years old today. At 14 years old, his abduction and murder in Mississippi galvanized the emerging civil rights movement. https://t.co/7ZRruijeNK

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@NAACP_LDF

LDF mourns the loss of legendary civil rights leader Robert P. Moses, who has passed away at the age of 86. The former @SNCC60th Field Secretary, he was the architect of the 1964 voter registration Mississippi Summer Project. Learn more: https://t.co/rf9dlVm7lz https://t.co/A5Z4IqEu9V

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@Cleavon_MD

The #DeltaVariant is sweeping across the United States. These are tragic stories of unvaccinated people hospitalized in Jackson Mississippi. https://t.co/ldQ3xq0QtG

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@splcenter

EmmettTill, born #OTD in 1941, was killed at 14, while visiting family in #Mississippi. His mother insisted on an open casket at the funeral so people could see what white supremacists did to him. Today, we remember and honor Emmett on what should’ve been his 80th birthday. https://t.co/sEa4Z3oJNn

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@WendellPierce

America owes a great debt to this hero. Bob Moses was an American iconic civil rights activist, known for his work as a leader of SNCC, voter education and registration in Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement. He’s an ancestor now and demands we fight to protect our vote. https://t.co/ukKniF1cwx

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@EthanBearman

Today is Emmett Till's 80th birthday. He was murdered at the age of 14 in Mississippi when he was accused of "offending" a white woman at a grocery store. Denying racism does not deny racism. We can and must do better. #EmmettTill

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@zellieimani

We have lost one of the most courageous organizers of our time. As a Field organizer for SNCC, Bob Moses was the architect of the Mississippi Freedom Project, the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and the Algebra Project. Rest in Power, Bob Moses https://t.co/tnUQ1fKXLO

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@CBSNews

In tears, the wife of a hospitalized 52-year-old Mississippi COVID patient says the virus has ravaged his body to the point that he can't sit up in bed. @DavidBegnaud: There will be people who watch this who don't think the virus is serious. "We didn't either at first." https://t.co/irT4HNJsQk

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@mmpadellan

Storytime with BDD: The #Olympics2021, Kavanaugh must go, Mississippi fight, Raggedy Kay Ivey. LIVE NOW on Really American YouTube: https://t.co/hbS5FFcy6e https://t.co/mFPu2TDJF4

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@DeAngelisCorey

The Mississippi chapter of the American Federation of Teachers filed a federal lawsuit against their national counterparts claiming several counts of embezzlement, unjust enrichment, and breach of fiduciary duty.

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@alfonslopeztena

Inside a Tennessee hospital grappling with Delta and vaccine hesitancy — Just 38% of Tennessee’s population is fully vaccinated, one of the lowest rates in US. Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi lag even further behind https://t.co/lkzbAhHaDJ

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@AngryBlackLady

A word. If Mississippi Were Truly Pro-Life It Would Stop Banning Abortion https://t.co/xFRoUGZFQU

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@Elise_Jordan

Top MS health official: over 90% of COVID hospitalizations are unvaccinated patients. Because of overflow at one Mississippi hospital, they "had to put two patients in a closet” https://t.co/jew52fd5bs

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@CREWcrew

An investigation by the U.S. Office of Inspector General at a Natchez federal detention center for immigrants found violations of standards that threatened the health, safety and rights of detainees. https://t.co/9o6tRY3DxC

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@jimcallisMLB

1st-rder Will Bednar signs w/@SFGiants for $3.65 million (pick 14 value = $4,036,800). Mississippi State RHP, @NCAACWS Most Outstanding Player, one of best combos of stuff & polish in @MLBDraft. Pair of plus pitches in mid-90s fastball & mid-80s slider.

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@MaxBlumenthal

Willie Nash was sentenced to 12 years in prison for having a cellphone in jail w/o knowing it. In yet another sham trial, Mississippi’s Supreme Court affirmed the sentence, calling Nash “fortunate.” #SOSUSA https://t.co/wtUBQvhpVA

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@dabeard

Vermont has the highest percentage of vaccinated people of any U.S. state, nearly double that of #COVID19 hotspots Alabama, Arkansas and Mississippi. Vermont is also the only state not hit now with a drastic rise of cases, many tied to the #Delta variant. https://t.co/TMcUAHLsHr

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@HonorTheEarth

For thousands of years, the ancestors of the Anishinaabe people lived well in the region of great lakes at the headwaters of the Red and Mississippi rivers. But Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline threatens the lakes, streams, wetlands, and the Mississippi River. https://t.co/jsljALpFrF

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@MichaelRWear

In 1955, Emmett Till was tortured by four white men in a barn in Mississippi. Today, the barn still stands, unmarked and unacknowledged, a symbol of the state’s struggle to remember its violent history, Wright Thompson argues. https://t.co/ZWExEIqceb

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@DrIbram

"A Mississippi-history textbook taught at one in the early 1990s didn’t mention Till at all. A newer textbook contains 70 words on Till, calling him a 'man,'" Wright Thompson wrote. "This textbook is still in use." https://t.co/gdAfRBdQ9K

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@CrossConnection

“Roe v Wade is a fundraising mechanism for the Republican Party,” @ElieNYC tells @TiffanyDCross on the GOP’s long-standing attack on legal abortion, and the latest on Mississippi asking #SCOTUS to overturn it. #CrossConnection https://t.co/fC6jTcidpC

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@HonorTheEarth

Women Horse Nation Riders going to support the Water Walkers, coming from Pine River Crossing to Itasca, headwaters of the Mississippi and drilling site for Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline #StopLine3 #WaterIsLife https://t.co/2UVqTIaoEb

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@AngryBlackLady

mississippi got you down? read that kansas supreme court opinion which found a right to abortion AS A MATTER OF CONSTITUTIONAL AND NATURAL LAW. it's 200 pages, but it's worth it if you slogged through mississippi's nonsense.

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@JackPosobiec

BREAKING: Mississippi asks the Supreme Court to OVERTURN Roe v. Wade and let states decide whether terminations should be banned at 15 weeks https://t.co/QBPlzsx85u

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@MikeSacksEsq

Mississippi's going for it https://t.co/NvJr6XAYQq https://t.co/mK6SywHJYb

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@JoshShapiroPA

To everyone watching Mississippi’s challenges to Roe v. Wade: I am with you, and I’ll fight for you all the way to the Supreme Court if I have to. Your legal right to choose abortion — to seek healthcare — is yours and yours alone. https://t.co/kT7Qda4pwQ

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@cnnbrk

Mississippi's attorney general asks the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, its landmark abortion decision https://t.co/uOl5CoXUHn

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@alex_mallin

The FBI arrested Michael Brock of Mississippi yesterday on charges he assaulted officers during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot with a four foot long metal rod, per newly unsealed charging docs. https://t.co/KrzLQToLp1

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@billmckibben

We saved the Grand Canyon for its beauty; we should save the upper Mississippi from Line 3 because it's also a huge step toward climate survival. #StopLine3 https://t.co/1FVft6RWOH

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@Hegemommy

Today attorneys for the State of Mississippi explicitly asked the Supreme Court to overturn Roe and Casey. Unsurprisingly there’s a former Trump DOJ attorney and Thomas clerk leading this charge https://t.co/Qei7fD8t8I

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@FBI

Mississippi Man Arrested for Assault on Law Enforcement Officers During January 6 U.S. Capitol Breach @CapitolPolice @DCPoliceDept @FBIJackson @FBIWFO https://t.co/s0MxPvF7P8

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@adamliptak

Mississippi asks Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade https://t.co/R4HJDTpCkK

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@lawrencehurley

NEW: In major abortion case at the Supreme Court, Mississippi is explicitly asking in court papers filed today for the justices to overturn landmark Roe v. Wade ruling https://t.co/jqrscxE1I6

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@SCOTUSblog

NEW: Mississippi formally asks the Supreme Court to overturn its landmark abortion case, Roe v. Wade, in latest court filing. https://t.co/eAHQSHfvSx

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@TheAtlantic

In 1955, Emmett Till was tortured by four white men in a barn in Mississippi. Today, the barn still stands, unmarked and unacknowledged, a symbol of the state’s struggle to remember its violent history, Wright Thompson argues: https://t.co/wO1s5I4E6X

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@steve_vladeck

Mississippi asking #SCOTUS to overrule Roe is, obviously, a huge deal. But don’t sleep on how it also moves the Overton window. The Court could uphold MS’s incredibly restrictive abortion law without *formally* overruling Roe, and some will (wrongly) portray that as “moderate.”

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@PPact

Mississippi just said the “quiet part” out loud. This was always their end game: to HAVE THE COURT overrule 50 years of precedent and allow states to ban abortion. https://t.co/FmYBarzMjY

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@Amy_Siskind

Their endgame is here. Prepare to rev up and fight folks! Mississippi asks the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade https://t.co/U3RvzLpvy7

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@MacFarlaneNews

Michael Brock of Mississippi is charged in US Capitol Insurrection Court filings from prosecutors say Brock struck a DC police officer with a four-foot rod https://t.co/x11pjoyeSx

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@neal_katyal

Mississippi today formally asked the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v Wade in a case they hear this Fall. But Congress, right now, by simple majority vote, can take the issue away from cts & guarantee reproductive justice for all. It's time to act. https://t.co/prjHTyUrA5

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@mmpadellan

Mississippi has asked the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v Wade. Expanding SCOTUS is starting to look really important now.

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