Let it be known that today has not been fun: there are swastikas in Canada, anti-Semitic invectives against a playwright in D.C., and, oh yeah, apparently the public is not allowed to interact with the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Health and Human Services, or Department of Agriculture anymore.
I’m bad at time zones. Is it @DaveedDiggs’s birthday in Oakland yet? Happy birthday! Happy earth, bae! pic.twitter.com/fBex2IbwA7— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) January 24, 2017
Here he is bringing joy to a crowd of people who know they probably won’t win the ‘Hamilton’ lottery:
Here he is decrying voter suppression on ABC’s “black-ish:”
And here he is blowing our minds with one of the first tracks on “Splendor and Misery,” the most recent album by clipping., his noise-rap collective: