7 Twitter accounts every progressive should follow
Who do you follow on Twitter? What progressives have the most interesting feeds and share the best information? Here is our list of some thoughts that people in the CREDO Mobile HQ office had about who you should follow on Twitter.
Of course we have to start with Senator Elizabeth Warren. If you are not following @ElizabethForMA, you are missing out. No account on Twitter has gotten more under Donald Trump’s skin or made him more irritated.
— Elizabeth Warren (@elizabethforma) May 25, 2016
Cha Lorena is a staff attorney with the ACLU LGBT & AIDS Project. He also founded the Lorena Borjas Community Fund, which provides direct bail/bond assistance to LGBTQ immigrants in criminal and immigration cases. His legal expertise in these areas is unmatched, as is the insight he shares on Twitter.
Just landed in Charlotte (four hours delayed) for tomorrow’s HB2 hearing. We are going to Court against McCrory et al. for trans folks.
— Chase Strangio (@chasestrangio) July 31, 2016
Imani Gandy wears many hats. She is Rewire News’s Senior Legal Analyst, co-host of This Week in Blackness and a prolific tweeter on issues of race and gender equality. Her writing is punchy and powerful, just as Twitter should be.
Do you miss Melissa Harris Perry’s show on MSNBC? Now editor-at-large at Elle and a special correspondent for BETNews, she brings the same intelligent and insightful commentary to Twitter.
— Melissa Harris-Perry (@MHarrisPerry) June 23, 2016
Annie Leonard created the Story of Stuff and now is executive director of Greenpeace USA. Her Twitter feed will bring you both environmental news and vital progressive commentary.
Bill McKibben is an author, educator, environmentalist and founder of 350.org. He has led some of the most creative and successful environmental actions of the past few years. His Twitter feed is a mix of environmental news and activism you need to know about.
Trump: Windpower ‘kills all your birds. All your birds, killed.”
Well, pretty much pic.twitter.com/h8vJKVraAV
— Bill McKibben (@billmckibben) August 3, 2016
Linda Sarsour is the executive director of the Arab American Association of New York and co-founded MPOWER Change. President Obama named her a “champion of change” for her civil rights activism, in particular on behalf of the Muslim community.
Tired of the obsession w/ Muslim women and who you think we are and are capable of. We define us. We tell our own stories. #CanYouHearUsNow
— Linda Sarsour (@lsarsour) August 1, 2016
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