intro’d to Loretta here:
Watch on #Periscope: @LorettaLynch shares remarks on Clinton email investigation at #AspenIdeas periscope.tv/w/akU0ATgyOTE4…
(takes bee everywhere – wears a symbol)
bee not supposed to be able to fly anatomically.. yet it does..
like people… told shouldn’t do that..
i may not look like i may able to do this.. but yet i do.. the bee symbol
add bee page…Loretta lynch…
how I feel.. ie w Michel…
no one asking me anything ..assuming I don’t know…
when I ask them… it’s based on assumed languages/verbiages/defns… where wikipedia (and hopefully hosting life bits) really does well.. linking all the words to intended meaning
which is pretty much the crux of all problems..
ie: gb shaw.. assumption communication has been accomplished and danger of single story
‘q: which is harder.. being black or being a woman a: that’s hard for me to separate’ huge. let’s quit doing that
‘i may not look like i may be able to do this.. but yet i do.. ‘ @LorettaLynch on the bee symbol
let’s do this first: free art-ists.
ie: hosting life bits via self talk as data
places to i need to take her in..
civil rights beyond blacks
legal action against climate change
Loretta Elizabeth Lynch (born May 21, 1959) is the 83rd and current Attorney General of the United States, having previously served as United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York. Her tenure as U.S. Attorney began in 2010, and she also held that position from 1999 to 2001. As U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, Lynch oversaw federal prosecutions in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Long Island.
Lynch graduated from Harvard Law School in 1984. She then practiced law in New York and became a federal prosecutor in 1990, rising to become head of the Eastern District office. She later returned to private law practice, until she again became the top district prosecutor. From 2003 to 2005, she served on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
On November 8, 2014, President Barack Obama nominated her to succeed Eric Holder as Attorney General. On February 26, 2015, the Judiciary Committee of the United States Senate confirmed her appointment by a 12–8 vote, with all Democrats of the committee and three Republicans in favor. On April 23, 2015, Lynch was confirmed by the Senate by a 56–43 vote, making her the first African-American woman and the second woman to be confirmed for the position. She was sworn in as Attorney General on April 27, 2015, by Vice President Joe Biden.