We're doomed. https://t.co/nkmhtSSF6g
— BT (@back_ttys) May 16, 2016
Elle Magazine editor-at-large and former MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry looks forward to commencement at Wake Forest University, where she serves as an endowed professor in politics and international affairs.
There are minds she still hopes to help mold:
Each Commencement I realize I'm less a teacher and more a farmer– sewing seeds in hopes of future harvest. pic.twitter.com/cfKPcZyQSQ
— Melissa Harris-Perry (@MHarrisPerry) May 16, 2016
Just because it’s graduation day doesn’t mean the education has to stop:
@MHarrisPerry it's sowing, not sewing.
— pdk (@pdkier) May 16, 2016
— Noel Verzosa (@NOEL_VERZOSA) May 16, 2016
@MHarrisPerry sowing vs. sewing?
— kn henry (@honoluakane) May 16, 2016
Harris-Perry didn’t exactly yield a bumper crop with this planting.
the only similarity time what MHP does should be compared to the role of the farmer is when in the spreading of BS https://t.co/MhfHiOSUJW
— Rabiddogg (@Rabiddogg) May 16, 2016
If those are the seeds you are "sewing" I weep for the future. Generations wearing tampon earrings. https://t.co/rA24HNkESf
— DAMMIT JIM (@FaithNGuns) May 16, 2016