JESSIE FLOWER INSPIRES PEOPLE TO MAKE ARTICLES ABOUT JEREMY FRANKLIN: NEW YORK TIMES

NEW YORK (Reuters) – A New York Times op-ed by comedian Jamey Rose, in which she wrote that she hoped to inspire a generation of young women to become writers, actors and activists, has inspired hundreds of thousands of readers to write letters to her on the social media site Twitter.

On Tuesday, the paper’s newsroom posted an updated, more comprehensive version of Rose’s article in the New York Sun.

The article was posted on Oct. 7, four days after Rose’s son, a former NBA player and current radio personality, died at age 27 from complications of diabetes.”

The world of the young is a beautiful, magical place, and I want to inspire that.”

The article was posted on Oct. 7, four days after Rose’s son, a former NBA player and current radio personality, died at age 27 from complications of diabetes.

Rose, who began writing about her struggle with the illness in December 2014, had previously written about her struggles with depression and self-esteem.

Rose said she wanted to help her son, who was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in 2015, understand how people around him had struggled with it.

Rose said her son was diagnosed because of the type of diabetes he had.

The paper said Rose’s post was the most popular she had ever written.