We looked inside some of the tweets by @alanblinder and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Archbishop Wilton Gregory, first African-American Catholic Archbishop of Washington, speaks out against Trump visit to the National Shrine: https://t.co/ukJtymfLaH
For Times Insider, I wrote about the lessons I learned as a New York Times fellow: https://t.co/2TDSX8Rsea
Danielle’s fellowship ends at a rough time economically for so many in this country, including young journalists just starting their careers. Editors, please consider Danielle, who did a great job, and them for your job openings. https://t.co/SVpKsN7DUh
"PARIS — Annoyed at their government, the French have taken to the streets brandishing drinks." https://t.co/TLfOo7Pm2J
Evictions were largely deemed too dangerous to happen during the pandemic, but that is quickly changing. Eviction cases will soon be able to proceed in about *half* the states, and in some places, they have already begun. https://t.co/ZLrRfPwzBA
The unabashedly angry conscience of one health crisis dies amid another https://t.co/D6mdlykuTy
Some exciting news for fans of J.K. Rowling. https://t.co/0JkJrVr8O6
Who is a woman journalist who whenever you see their byline, you know you are going to learn something? Bonus points if you list what they cover.
Part of a very long list: @PatriciaMazzei, @juliebosman, @abscribe, @jessbidgood, @elizabethjdias, @FrancesRobles, @monicadavey1, @kimseverson, @JessGrose, @EricaLG, @nicoleperlroth, @VivianHYee, @lisagartner, @melbournecoal, @l_e_whyte, @Julesm_b, @ByFernandaS & @EmmaJanePettit. https://t.co/vLRtJt71Jj
"I realized that he had victimized so many of us." https://t.co/XonmLzugsm
For more than 40 years, Chuck Christian did not call himself a victim because he did not think he was one. Then, in February, an old teammate called. https://t.co/XonmLzugsm