All of us doing the small things is as powerful, if not more powerful, than a few trying to do the big things.
Dimas Salaberrios & his family drove to Pittsburgh from NYC. They were first responders to the Emmanuel A.M.E. shooting in Charleston. He told me “all faith communities, no matter nationality or race need to stick together and support each other.” #TreeOfLifeShooting pic.twitter.com/2Ntk5BDFyr
— Bianna Golodryga (@biannagolodryga) October 28, 2018
Leader of Islamic Center of Pittsburgh announces Muslim community has raised more than $70,000 for synagogue attack victims and their families.
"We just want to know what you need … If it's people outside your next service protecting you, let us know. We'll be there." pic.twitter.com/D2UyNzBFHx
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 29, 2018
A religious leader just interrupted Jeff Sessions and recited Matthew 25:42—43:
"I was hungry and you did not feed me. I was a stranger and you did not welcome me."
He was removed by police.
Another religious leader defended him.
He was also removed.pic.twitter.com/2dRJtpe7AL
— jordan (@JordanUhl) October 29, 2018
Stay alert! Stay safe! Vote like your life and the life of America depends on it! And get everyone you know to vote like their lives and the life of America depends on it!