Cybersquatting My Alternate Identity

Not Usually Much of a Political Activist

Posted on: 13 July 2009

but doing my part, via Twitter, to battle some of the lies about Sotomayor. Astonished at the fury I feel as a woman of color about this attack on her. Or possibly I’m just angry at the massive disregard for truth.


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