Post - Melissa Snit (@drsnit)

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Melissa Snit


Fierce Femme, Sociologist, & Story teller.  DrSnit or SnittyPolitty on all socials. (@NotDrSnit on the Bird App). 

Truth Teller

15 Posts

  1. Thoughts About Cancer

    I spent the night on a cot next to my mother’s bed. They woke her up several times just to tell her the pharmacy was late getting her 3am meds. Perhaps we shouldn’t send people to prison for punishment but to a hospital for sleep deprivation where every 20-30 minutes someone wake
  2. I joined threads but it feels the same as anything Zuck touches. I prefer journalists and people with civil discourse and good insight to a big pool party of nonsense.
  3. Celebrating Today

    Lots of folks wonder what we have to celebrate today. For me it’s time to heal my community here. Regain voting rights, planting native plants to heal our environment, buying local, donating on our buy nothing group. Pressure washing my elders decks because they’re not up for it
  4. Yikes!
  5. “Our country wants a certain version of the American story told and will laud anyone willing to tell it. But uncritical celebration is a limited and false definition of patriotism.” #Democracy #Politics #USPolitics
  6. Crystal Ball & SCOTUS Solutions

    I came here hoping for great writing, news and good content and found it! Here’s another wonderful follow! As for SCOTUS - ouch! We all knew in 2016 this was going to happen. Its still hard to see our rights disintegrating one by one. Do we have solutions? I’d love to hear your o
  7. People you need to follow here on Post @MuellerSheWrote @lauferlaw @cherijacobus @bradmossesq @igorsushko @kurtbardella
  8. Gardening is Cool! Who Knew?

    I’ve turned into one of those people. The gardeners. I got invited to a local gardening club and we learned about gardening with native plants. The workshop delved into urban gardening and stopping the water around us from killing off wildlife and up I sat— ear perked and alert.
  9. Find your folks here! Lots of great voices in the comments!
  10. New at Post? When you find someone you know, take a look at who they follow, that helped me when I moved here from Twitter. If you want take a look at the 300 people (300? This. Is. Post!) (sorry) that I follow. I’m sure you’ll find a few interesting follows.
  11. New Home Who Dis?

    One of the things I loved most about the (old) bird app was how so many of us could connect from all areas of life. It was an interdisciplinary fruit bowl - available to anyone who wanted to listen, connect, use hashtags. Medical experts, patients, journalists, scholars, researc
  12. Hi Post! We're trying to find all of our Twitter friends on here. Can you please consider RePosting this and join us as we build out our platform on here?
  13. Can y’all repost this post to let folks know I’m on this dohicky?
  14. In search of #AcademicPost (especially #politicalscience and #women #bipoc ) as well as #Journalists #writers #podcastersofpost #policy of Post. I’m on the board of an organization, Women Also Know Stuff (WAKS), which connects journalists, government officials, and others in media
  15. If a post is authored & no eyes read it, was meaning created? It matters not for the words sprung to life.

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