We looked inside some of the tweets by @BeauWillimon and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
This was a vigil to commentate the massacre there in 1989, in which peaceful protestors were brutalized and murdered by a militarized security force. https://t.co/uUDAeTPXXj
Brooklyn is coming at you Manhattan. Thousands. ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻 https://t.co/Gn0OQRYbd5
The other side. https://t.co/3YbdrsUv4G
Just finished this portrait. I’ll be taking it to the streets tomorrow. https://t.co/iyLFI3VaIv
See you tomorrow Brooklyn. https://t.co/vWRBtKTGUJ
This is for real. I just searched for “Black Lives Matter Plaza” in my iPhone maps app and it came up. Right across from the White House. https://t.co/5LAfu5bHpP
"As the Commander of Pacific Air Forces, a senior leader in our Air Force, and an African-American, many of you may be wondering what I’m thinking about the current events surrounding the tragic death of George Floyd. Here’s what I’m thinking about..." - Gen. CQ Brown, Jr. https://t.co/I2sf1067L6
...We should be standing up straight and tall, ideally with a salute, or a hand on heart. There are other things you can protest, but not our Great American Flag - NO KNEELING!
Derek Chauvin had an American flag above his uniform name tag as he kneeled on George Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds. When you enable police brutality you forfeit any authority to lecture others on patriotism. https://t.co/k0SUoDwHUw
Everyone lays their bodies - and their heads - down onto Commercial Street, spanning half a dozen blocks of the busiest stretch. You’d think someone on the sidewalk or patio would shout something dumb, but it’s absolutely silent. Stunning scene. https://t.co/LLYKeUpFJo
When I started writing about race in Maine in 2003, I got death threats. I never imagined a scene like this would ever happen in support of Black Lives. There is still a lot of work to do, but I want to acknowledge this moment. https://t.co/KJ9lqphJvo
Lafayette Ave. Brooklyn. https://t.co/hgKYeDafE3