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Twitter Lights Up After Eric Garner Verdict: "My Church Spends a Lot of Time Praying for Christians in Syria but Doesn’t Breathe a Word on #BlackLivesMatter"

Posted on the 04 December 2014 by William Lindsey @wdlindsy
RT @marynmck: RT @tailormann: RT @NYDNLocal: @BillBramhall cartoon on the Eric Garner update
— ProfB (@AntheaButler) December 3, 2014

Deaths from police shootings US 461 (*updated FBI #, undercount) Germany 8 Britain 0 Japan 0 via @conradhackett
— Anonymous (@AnonyOps) December 3, 2014

My church spends a lot of time praying for Christians in Syria but doesn’t breathe a word on #BlackLivesMatter. God help us, we’re fools.
— Preston Yancey (@prestonyancey) December 3, 2014

Today's announcement makes this all the more important #tomyunbornson #EricGarner
— Yale BMU (@BMUatYale) December 3, 2014

protesters moving through Times Square
— Evan Engel (@evanengel) December 4, 2014

The protestors near the Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting are threatening a sacred American tradition: racial injustice. #ICantBreathe
— God (@TheTweetOfGod) December 4, 2014

Protesters chanting "I can't breathe" outside of #rockefellercenter #ericgarner
— Celeste Lavin (@celestelavin) December 3, 2014

Street totally blocked in front of Rock Center #EricGarner
— Tim McDonnell (@timmcdonnell) December 4, 2014

Philly police have secured the City Hall Christmas Tree #PhillyDieIn #FergusonPHL
— Robert Moran (@RobertMoran215) December 4, 2014

SO POWERFUL!!! “@BrentNYT: The Eric Garner "die in" at Grand Central Terminal.” #NoJusticeForEricGarner
— Jason Pollock (@Jason_Pollock) December 3, 2014

Protesters on 47th Street and Sixth Avenue hold their hands up for Eric Garner. Updates:
— NYT Metro Desk (@NYTMetro) December 4, 2014

One of the realest signs I've seen shared. "White silence = white consent."
— Bené (@beneviera) December 4, 2014

@PrivateiAlbert @JonathanMerritt As a CPA, I can tell you that the white tax protesters/tax cheats are never punished w death, on the spot.
— Jeff Parkes (@totahsunrise) December 4, 2014

At this exact moment 50 years ago, students occupy Berkeley's Sproul Hall in 1st huge protest of '60s #HistoryRepeats
— Will Bunch (@Will_Bunch) December 4, 2014

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