Who Do I Run To? My Twitter Spiritual Guides

Here is an aggregated list of trusted/vetted sources I follow on Twitter to stay informed and up-to-date.

  1. Jake Tapper: CNN Anchor of and and Chief Washington Correspondent for CNN

  2.  Jamilah Lemieux: African-American columnist, cultural critic, and editor based in New York City. Serves became the vice president of news and men’s programming for Interactive One, part of Radio One, Inc.

  3. The Hill: The Hill brand itself as the the premier source for policy and political news, especially in Washington D.C

  4. The Kojo Nnamdi Show: A sound magazine broadcasted on NPR’s WAMU 88.5; which highlights news, political issues and social trends of the day

  5. Ali Hamedan: BBC world service reporter

  6. Washington Post Politics: The latest political news and analysis from The Washington Post

  7. Marc Lamont Hill: Temple University Professor, Host of BET News & VH1 LIVE. CNN Commentator

  8. Wesley Lowery: National reporter at The Washington Post

  9. Ira Madison III: Culture writer

  10. Katty Kay: Anchor for BBC World News America in Washington

  11. Chuck Todd: Moderator of @meetthepress and @nbcnews political director

  12.  Soledad O’Brien: American broadcast journalist and executive producer. O’Brien is a television anchor and correspondent who has appeared on MSNBC, CNN, Al Jazeera America, and HBO.

  13. Feminista Jones: Mental health social worker, activist, and feminist writer from New York City, as well as a large contributor to Black Twitter and a prolific blogger about black feminist issues.

  14. Jemele Hill: Co-host of the 6pm SportsCenter, aka The Six

  15. Deray Mckesson: American civil rights activist and former school administrator. Mckesson is known for his work with the the Black Lives Matter movement