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A common stereotype is that of a white woman who uses her privilege to demand her own way at the expense of others. Cast Your Vote To Select The October Meme of the Month! pic.twitter.com/YFQnlV1PH5, "Nevertheless, she persisted." pic.twitter.com/3YnzuATsDm, — Melody Cooper (@melodyMcooper) May 25, 2020.
This story has been shared 40,344 times. “Republicans silence Elizabeth Warren during Senate debate,” a Guardian headline announced.
Real-life Karens are less than thrilled about their name's newfound... Is it time to throw the #CancelCultureIsOverParty yet? They play a married couple, Paula and Gregory. They also protested that they were being silenced, unable to freely and openly debate slavery on the House floor. It has, on the other, words that are elegant in their brevity, making them especially fit for tweets and slogans and mugs. NPR invited its audience to “Read Coretta Scott King’s Letter That Got Sen. Elizabeth Warren Silenced.” This was one more unsurprising element of “Nevertheless, She Persisted.” As my colleague Yoni Appelbaum pointed out on Tuesday, citing the work of the Yale history professor Joanne Freeman, it was, in the United States’s antebellum years, typical for violence—duels, even—to attend almost every session of Congress.
One recent example? Calling the cops, usually on black neighbors, is a calling card of a host of obnoxious sub-Karens such as “Pool Patrol Paula” and “Dog Park Debbie,” who enlisted the help of the police when a man’s dog humped her own at the park. Press
But of course not all “Karens” count under “CAREN,” and others don’t fit the bill at all. Warren began reading the words King had written (to then-Senator Strom Thurmond): “It has been a long uphill struggle to keep alive the vital legislation that protects the most fundamental right to vote. In the present day, it has a totally new meaning.
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Social media has made many lovely felines unknowing megastars; just look at how much Grumpy Cat took off! Throughout the film, abusive husband Gregory manipulates Paula to make her feel as if she has gone … Do Not Sell My Personal Information. Nevertheless, she persisted.” pic.twitter.com/wx4EwYWx7o.
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