Highest level of White supremacist propaganda in a while, VP Harris speaks to the UN on the status of women, UCLA student advocated for a whites-only America, who might replace Dianne Feinstein and some advice from Daniel Pink on tackling hard tasks.
Not that surprising, honestly. I mean, we all saw it, right?
NEW REPORT: the Anti-Defamation League said that 2020 marked the highest level of white supremacist propaganda seen in at least a decade. The propaganda appeared in every state except Hawaii. The highest levels were seen in Texas, Washington & Californiahttps://t.co/9A1lYIcn7n
— Jade Elliott (@JadeElliottTV) March 17, 2021
Channeling her inner Dr. Valerie Hudson, author of “Sex and World Peace” and “The First Order of Politics”
Vice President Kamala Harris declares “the status of women is the status of democracy,” in her first speech before the United Nations as the first female vice president of the United States https://t.co/S1DYeEZopY pic.twitter.com/oeev6mhDDZ
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) March 16, 2021
UCLA student a known White supremacist.
A UCLA student who was charged in connection with Jan. 6 Capitol riots “openly posted calls for America to become a whites-only nation.”
Other UCLA students say they’ve raised the alarm about him for over a year and that the university did nothing.https://t.co/NnLFfawKxS
— NPR (@NPR) March 16, 2021
If Dianne Feinstein resigns before her term is up, here are six women Gov. Newsom could appoint in her stead.
NEW: Six women who could be California’s next senator https://t.co/XP1Y0z7HVJ pic.twitter.com/cHnPCUNPQv
— The Hill (@thehill) March 16, 2021
And finally, some advice from Daniel Pink on tackling tough tasks
The neuroscience of focusing on tough tasks:
1. Set aside a healthy chunk of time.
2. Do that consistently & in the same place.
3. Remove distractions (e.g., email, notifications).
4. Avoid being seduced by doing easy tasks first.
5. Take breaks.https://t.co/2wlPbnKx6F
— Daniel Pink (@DanielPink) March 17, 2021