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Last 50 tweets from @lenadunham
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
You can love someone and STILL hold them accountable. Love is not exempt of accountability. They can go hand and hand.
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
Yes white people need to do the work to dismantle systemic racism, white supremacy, etc. And yes men (& those who benefit from the systems) need 2 do the work 2 dismantle patriarchy, sexism & misogyny. You must call in those w/ toxic behaviors even if it’s YOU. EVERY DAY.
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
Misogyny in entertainment, boardrooms, the WH, households, corporate spaces, army, church, let’s us all know ya’ll do not care about women on a human to human level and you never have. If you did it would have been ABOLISHED centuries ago. You had time.
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
If you don’t ship Tati and Devin then you’re on the wrong side of TikTok
 
This piece asks some really important questions about inclusive leadership and how we can expect to create diverse workspaces when we don't lead lives to match (and deftly mentions Girls as an example of a white friend circle that doesn't try to expand..)
stamfordadvocate.com/business/artic…
Who Are Your 'Friends'? Inclusive Leadership Starts With Your Social Circles
stamfordadvocate.com
 
Hi @lenadunham you reposted a graphic written by me ...about reparations... but didn’t pay me for it :/ There’s a pitch for a show I’ve been sitting on for lack of industry contacts and would appreciate your support getting it funded, as reparations 🥰 pic.twitter.com/cSILtzNpqE
Replying to @findingneema
Hi! I’m so sorry, following now and will absolutely pay - plz DM your details and your email and I’ll let’s talk resources
 
In reply to @morgan_murphy
I am always dumb on twitter which is why I’m never on here - just wanted to have Travon’s back :)
 
In reply to @lenadunham
It actually wasn’t a dialogue - it was just me agreeing that the Hollywood system is rigged in favor of white people and that my career took off at a young age with relative ease, ease I wasn’t able to recognize because I also didn’t know what privilege was.
Replying to @lenadunham
The past ten years have been a series of lessons. The lesson now? Sit down. Shut up, unless it’s to advocate for change for Black people. Listen. Make art in private for awhile- no one needs your book right now lady. Give reparations widely. Defund the police. Rinse & repeat.
 
Whenever I find out I’m trending, I have to immediately check if I’m alive! Then, I try and see if there’s a constructive dialogue to have on Twitter. Often there isn’t, but today there really WAS. (Thread)
Replying to @lenadunham
It actually wasn’t a dialogue - it was just me agreeing that the Hollywood system is rigged in favor of white people and that my career took off at a young age with relative ease, ease I wasn’t able to recognize because I also didn’t know what privilege was.
 
Whenever I find out I’m trending, I have to immediately check if I’m alive! Then, I try and see if there’s a constructive dialogue to have on Twitter. Often there isn’t, but today there really WAS. (Thread)
 
Need me to handle anything over here, Josie? I know I’m late but if this man is bothering you...
 
In reply to @lenadunham
This is a super kind and thoughtful remark. The original tweet which got your name trending? Not as much but we all live and learn. ✌️
Replying to @mcbc @Travon and 2 others
I don’t know what that tweet was! that THR story? As always, the press exaggerates and makes it sounds like I sold a show on a cocktail napkin- which probably seemed like a cute story to me before I understood that we live in a rigged system
 
In reply to @morgan_murphy
The fact is plenty of people had the talent, drive and focus I had. My whiteness opened doors and made my vision palatable for the mainstream. It took me a long time to understand and digest that as Black critics and thinkers patiently explained. It’s blindingly clear to me now
Replying to @lenadunham @morgan_murphy and 2 others
In coming months my company will share mandate on how we are holding ourselves accountable- Good Thing Going must be a boat steered by those who have historically been left out of the narrative (and maybe I just provide the gas. Is that a metaphor? I don’t know how boats work) ❤️
 
In reply to @morgan_murphy
The fact is plenty of people had the talent, drive and focus I had. My whiteness opened doors and made my vision palatable for the mainstream. It took me a long time to understand and digest that as Black critics and thinkers patiently explained. It’s blindingly clear to me now
Replying to @lenadunham @morgan_murphy and 2 others
things I love to write about- bad behavior etc- are allowed & welcomed because of my race and privilege and het cisness. the goal now is to use my platform to support emerging Black artists, BIPOC artists, LGBTQ artists
 
In reply to @morgan_murphy
The fact is plenty of people had the talent, drive and focus I had. My whiteness opened doors and made my vision palatable for the mainstream. It took me a long time to understand and digest that as Black critics and thinkers patiently explained. It’s blindingly clear to me now
 
In reply to @morgan_murphy
All true but there's also not a room I or almost any black person with any level of previous work can walk into with that little pre-work and sell a show even with my resume now and Lena being a dear friend knows I'm not lying.
Replying to @Travon @morgan_murphy and 1 otherfalse
He’s right- I watched Travon’s incredibly cool and original show pitch get reworked and reworked in pergatory and I also know how much he’s had to fight to be where he is. I never fought that fight. Making some indie movies and web shows is not equal to the fight.
 
In reply to @lenadunham
Please look at the link to the resources I’ve shared in my bio and take action in any way you can- I’ll be calling, donating and saying his name along with you. pic.twitter.com/QFN3xKm3Uw
 
In reply to @lenadunham
No mother should ever worry about her anemic, sensitive son as he walks his route home. No Black person should be scared of the police.
Replying to @lenadunham
Please look at the link to the resources I’ve shared in my bio and take action in any way you can- I’ll be calling, donating and saying his name along with you.
 
In reply to @lenadunham
We have no choice but to #defundthepolice and I will only vote for candidates who share this goal. Elijah was lovely- his gentleness, his love of music and stray animals, the way he gave to his community- and so many of us can relate to his eccentricity and unique pleasures.
Replying to @lenadunham
No mother should ever worry about her anemic, sensitive son as he walks his route home. No Black person should be scared of the police.
 
The wrongful death of #ElijahMcClain by members of the Aurora, Colorado Police Department is a horrific reminder that despite the protesting and the voices of millions, racism in the police force is alive and well. pic.twitter.com/2WKhGplQof
Replying to @lenadunham
We have no choice but to #defundthepolice and I will only vote for candidates who share this goal. Elijah was lovely- his gentleness, his love of music and stray animals, the way he gave to his community- and so many of us can relate to his eccentricity and unique pleasures.
 
The wrongful death of #ElijahMcClain by members of the Aurora, Colorado Police Department is a horrific reminder that despite the protesting and the voices of millions, racism in the police force is alive and well.
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
He played violin for kittens in his spare time.
He didn’t eat meat, but didn’t judge others for doing so.
He was a pure soul, wouldn’t even kill a fly.
He told his killers he loved them. Called them beautiful.
Begged them for forgiveness.

You can’t reform that.
#ElijahMcClain
 
 
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
#BreonnaTaylor deserves justice. The cops who murdered her still have not been charged or fired.

Dial 844-298-2731 NOW to demand these officers are charged and fired! #SayHerName
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
If @hbomax really wants to do something about Gone With the Wind, they should take a look at @gmgeiko's script Selznick's Folly, a Hattie McDaniel biopic centered on the making of the film. (She's also an alumna of the @WomenInFilm/@theblcklst Episodic lab for a different script)
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
“Your perspective and your thoughts and your beliefs are important…They are necessary to help build a better future.” @quintabrunson on making sure unheard voices in the media are heard: t.ted.com/x9lO5tS @TEDxUCSanDiego
 
it felt odd to be public about money spent, but I’ve donated 30k to Black Mama’s Bail Out and am committed to regularly redistributing funds to Black led organizations and businesses. ❤️
In reply to @lenadunham
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
My coolest night of comedy was when Chappelle dropped by @ComedyAtTheKnit when @MrWillMiles @theeclarkjones & I were still hosting. We were in the back room & he was in town supporting Kevin Hart hosting SNL. I texted @joyellenicole like “any chance Dave wants to go up?” THREAD
 
Every day, every hour, I am learning. This is required reading for anyone searching for ways to support and be a constructive ally to the black community at this critical time and moving forward.
For people who actively want to be support and be an ally right now, I have written a thread. pic.twitter.com/kTvDgXXO5L
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
Inspired by @hooleil and @provoloned who made ones for SF & LA, here's a [very WIP] Google sheet compiling Black-owned restaurants and bars in NYC that are open for pickup and/or delivery and/or selling gift certificates and merch docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d…
Black-Owned Restaurants in New York City
docs.google.com
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
so grateful that @KeeangaYamahtta is writing for the Times these days >> nytimes.com/2020/05/29/opi…
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
Read this! Yesterday at work I burst into tears becuz a young Black executive, a guy I’d never met before, was talking. Pure professionalism, intelligence, excellence. He was just doing his job. And my love for Black people could not be contained. refinery29.com/en-us/2020/05/…
 
Lena Dunham Retweeted ·  
many people in america already exist in a world where police and prisons do not exist. go to any middle to upper class suburb in america. cops arent wandering the streets. people aren’t being arrested. neighbors aren’t being sent to prison. and generally everyone is....fine.
 
If you or someone you know cannot fathom what’s happening in the streets of America or understand why it’s happening, then stop and watch this message. #JusticeForFloyd
 
Demand justice for the life of #GeorgeFloyd by calling Mayor Jacob Frey at (612)-673-2100 and DA Mike Freeman at (612)-348-5550
Make sure our children know his name and his story so that his loss is not repeated.
#justiceforgeorgefloyd
 
5. I Know Why The Caged Bird Sing- while Maya Angelou’s memoir isn’t directly about mental health, as a story of survival it couldn’t be much more inspiring.
Replying to @lenadunham
And with her usual acuity, she illuminated trauma, depression and grief and how she used the power of language to step forward from them all.
 
5. I Know Why The Caged Bird Sing- while Maya Angelou’s memoir isn’t directly about mental health, as a story of survival it couldn’t be much more inspiring.
 
4. Prozac Nation by @LizzieWurtzel - it’s hard to remember just how much this book (along with Girl, Interrupted) changed the landscape of mental health in America for women.
Replying to @lenadunham
While it didn’t necessarily take away stigma, it meant there was a noisy, fearless and unrelenting voice for us all. Elizabeth died this year and she is missed.
 
4. Prozac Nation by @LizzieWurtzel - it’s hard to remember just how much this book (along with Girl, Interrupted) changed the landscape of mental health in America for women.
 
In reply to @lenadunham
I found Emily’s book while scouring a self help shelf alone and it brought such profound comfort to see my symptoms in someone else. She inspired me to laugh at the foibles of my brain and to take my inner condition both more and less seriously -
Replying to @lenadunham
and she led me to the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Foundation website where I was able to take a quiz and be directed toward real resources .
 
3. Just Checking; Scenes from the Life of an Obsessive Compulsive by Emily Colas. I first exhibited OCD symptoms in the third grade and I was on medication by the time I was fourteen.
Replying to @lenadunham
I found Emily’s book while scouring a self help shelf alone and it brought such profound comfort to see my symptoms in someone else. She inspired me to laugh at the foibles of my brain and to take my inner condition both more and less seriously -
 
3. Just Checking; Scenes from the Life of an Obsessive Compulsive by Emily Colas. I first exhibited OCD symptoms in the third grade and I was on medication by the time I was fourteen.
 
2. Brain on Fire by Susannah Calahan reads almost like a thriller about the intersection of mental health and physical health.
Replying to @lenadunham
When writer Susannah develops a rare form of brain inflammation, she finds herself fighting to prove that she is sick and not “insane”- and asking why she needs to show that there’s a difference.
 
2. Brain on Fire by Susannah Calahan reads almost like a thriller about the intersection of mental health and physical health.
 
1. Darkness Visible by William Styron is one of the greatest memoirs ever, especially because it bravely describes an episode of severe unipolar depression before that was a popular topic of discussion.
 
It’s week 3 of #WellEnough and I’ve been sharing a ton on the topic of mental health on IG - go check it out. But now I’m coming over to the Twitter lands to share some of my favorite #WellEnough reads that talk about mental health.
 
It’s been well over 20 years since I won a Scholastic silver key, and it’s still the best prize I ever received. Scholastic is an amazing way to remind young people that their art matters. It’s a huge reason why I kept writing.

hollywoodreporter.com/news/jennifer-…
Replying to @lenadunham
So honored to join these amazing artists in celebrating a new generation of talent. Covid19 can’t stop this flow of beauty! 🌟
 
It’s been well over 20 years since I won a Scholastic silver key, and it’s still the best prize I ever received. Scholastic is an amazing way to remind young people that their art matters. It’s a huge reason why I kept writing.

hollywoodreporter.com/news/jennifer-…
Jennifer Garner, Chris Colfer and Lena Dunham to Headline 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Virtual Ceremony
hollywoodreporter.com
 
 
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