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This is very important to share about Elizabeth Heng's GOP ad that attacked @AOC. Thank you Khem for speaking out for other Khmer-Ams who are outraged with Heng's inappropriate use of the Killing Fields to attack another woman of color
https://t.co/uDToOc1UMf via @Colorlines
The film @personalstatmnt is about three high school seniors working as peer college counselors even as they are applying to college themselves.
@RaceForward was proud to be a fiscal sponsor of this film.
You can stream the film here: https://t.co/VOjnoQIsda
Khemarey Khoeun, the first Cambodian-American woman to be elected into public office in the US, says she can no longer remain silent on the political ad that seeks to tie #AOC to the Khmer Rouge government. https://t.co/iASayAmOE4
On the 2nd anniversary of #HurricaneMaria, Puerto Ricans ask presidential candidates to prioritize the island.
"Like my grandmother in Puerto Rico used to tell me, 'Se acabó lo que se daba,'" which loosely translates as "time's running out." https://t.co/8Q4xF1jWOk /@NBCLatino
For years, residents of "Cancer Alley" have campaigned for clean air.
"We are tired of being sick. We refuse to be sick any more," said Barbara Washington, a member of #RiseStJames, the organization that successfully challenged the petrochemical company. https://t.co/QwSS0IZB4y