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Twitter Web App : This is the same spokesperson who said 21 Savage's whole persona was "false."…

21 has been out of custody for a long time now after this:…

Twitter Web App : ICE statistics on arrests/deportations have always been a little fuzzy but this quote from an agency spokesperson in a Netflix documentary that dropped today…

Twitter Web App : Written a piece about the double-edged sword of reaching for my phone when anxiety is tryna mug me off, for the inaugural issue of Anxiety Empire Magazine. Also features work by Derek Owusu, Musa Okwonga + Travis ! Grab a copy here. It’s free ...

Twitter Web App : I love a good Stacey Dooley documentary, but gotta agree with this. Women can't have their partners there but a whole film crew is welcome??…

iPhone : Every day I’m awed by and grateful for lola olufemi who today described a core mission of abolitionist feminisms as undoing assumptions of the inevitability of anti-black violence + understanding justice in black life rather than (often only in) death…