We looked inside some of the tweets by @BrentNYT and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Forty years enslaved: I dedicate my 2019 Pulitzer Prize to my heroic great-great-grandmother Somerville Staples. https://www.nytimes.com/2005/07/10/opinion/somervilles-story-and-my-greatgrandfathers-legacy.html …
Thank you for your work @BrentNYT . Everyone @napw was geeked out to see the “Slandering the Unborn” piece featured at this moment. We learn from you always. | Brent Staples’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning Work at The Times - The New York Times
As the handsome @CharlesMBlow so wisely cautions: beware the perverse, one-Negro-at-a-time mindset that can set black professionals in white spaces at one another's throats. Preach, Charles.
A big day for the Staples family. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/15/opinion/brent-staples-pulitzer-prize.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share … via @nytopinion
I have been a big fan of @BrentNYT ever since his memoir, "Parallel Time" -- one of my favorite books
Beautiful, moving remarks from @BrentNYT on his 2019 #Pulitzer for Editorial Writing: https://www.nytco.com/press/2019-pulitzer-prize-remarks-from-brent-staples/ …
Moving remarks from @BrentNYT on winning the #Pulitzer for Editorial Writing. https://www.nytco.com/press/2019-pulitzer-prize-remarks-from-brent-staples/ …
Read what's surely the most moving #Pulitzer speech I've heard. (If my journalistic legacy ends up being that I was once @BrentNYT's editor — and didn't rush him to file — I'd be absolutely good with that.)
“This debased depiction of blackness underwrote a white supremacist impulse that metastasized into every aspect of American life,” wrote @BrentNYT recently about the scourge of blackface. If this is any indication, he might win the Pulitzer again.