Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Some Tweets from Gabrielle Farrell

Gabrielle Farrell is candidate Elizabeth Warren's press secretary.



  • grateful for the teachers who were lights in my life. clearly i didn’t land my modeling career πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜
  • Replying to 
    Public schools — from kindergarten through a master’s degree and from Ohio to Colorado to Kansas to Iowa to Missouri — shaped my life. They opened every door, and I’m so grateful.
  • everything I love the most about the world and about myself I discovered through the guidance of public school teachers and school staffers who really cared and wouldn’t give up — I’m because I wouldn’t be who I am today without them!
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    If it wasn’t for my mom having a job that allowed her to be present, and teachers, administrators & guidance counselors who believed in this chatty, strong-willed kid, I wouldn’t be where I am today. Glad has a plan for every kid to succeed.
     
  • I’m because all my heroes have been public school teachers: my dad, my nana, my abuela, my aunts and . I’m also bc public schools gave me a great opportunity to rock a choker at picture day
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    First day of Pre-K at Martin Elementary πŸ’œ
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    Shoutout to KinderCare and the #757, with the Pre-K drip lol πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½. Right before Florence Bowser Elem and realizing how important before/after school programs are to young, working parents like my mine
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    My public school education allowed me to have occupational therapy during school so I could have the skills I needed to make sure my disability never held me back!
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    My first grade teacher cast me as the first black lead in the elementary school play in 10 years. It gave me confidence and put a passion for storytelling deep in my heart. Opening night ‘97
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    Joyce Kilmer kindergarten!
  • This is my 1st grade photo from Yale Elementary. It was two blocks from my house, and it always felt like home. Mrs. Richards taught me it was ok to not get the right answer every time. She was one of *many* amazing teachers I had and just 1 reason why I’m so .
  • Lynching is a horrific stain on our country's history, and it is beyond disgraceful for Donald Trump to invoke one to avoid being held accountable for his crimes. Nobody is above the law, not even the president of the United States.
  • "The unions are how we have power. The unions are how we make sure that the needs of every single one of our children are heard loud and clear.I'm here because the eyes of this nation are upon you. They have turned to Chicago for you to lead the way."
  • You truly love to see it
  • It’s more than about a plan to fix our public schools, it’s about showing up in the fight.
  • I AM NOT DONE TALKING ABOUT 's education plan. So, buckle up.
  • .: If there's a decision to be made in Washington. It's been influenced by money. It's driven by money. It's been shaped by money. It's been moved over by money.
  • The best candidate has emerged. That candidate is . Join me in helping to turn Senator Warren into President Warren. πŸ’ͺ🏽
  • . is here to stand with striking teachers and school staff.
  • Former public school teacher thanking current public school teachers for all they do during the Chicago Teachers Strike. The day after she released huge K-12 plan that also makes it easier for teachers to unionize.
  • It’s time to live up to our promise of providing every student with a great public education.
  • . is in to stand with ⁦⁩ President ⁦and members of ⁩ & . She’s a fighter for America’s teachers, unions, and will stop at nothing to defend what’s right for our children & schools.
  • A letter from to America’s moms: “You’d move heaven and earth to ensure your children have a fair shot in life. And I want to help you.”
  • Ames showed up tonight‼️ 1,200 here at Iowa State ready to dream big & fight hard.
  • .: every candidate who runs for federal office should have to put their tax returns online.
  • when announced her selfie line, students ran. – at Theodore Roosevelt High School
  • If you get a 2% annual return on your $50 million — and believe me, these folks are averaging more than that — you make a million dollars a year for doing nothing. The median annual income in America is about $40,000.
  • I called Chicago teachers on strike to let them know I'm standing beside them. They're out fighting for the future of our students—and I'm with them all the way.