Last day digest: September
Note: As always, the posts here are things I have found to be thought-provoking and compelling, but by no means are endorsements of the authors, organizations, and ideas. Also they are posted in no particular order.
Breonna Taylor Matters | Following the court decision regarding Breonna Taylor's murder, I've appreciated this article by Gabrielle Hickmon that provides context and positions yesterday's results and months of protests for Black Lives Matters, within the larger narrative of anti-Blackness with in the U.S.,
The Legacy and Impact of Ruth Bader Ginsburg | Following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg, I also appreciated reading Nina Totemberg's article and what it means for our political justice system.
Executive Order regarding Race & Sex Stereotyping | For those who have missed it, NPR provided a summary regarding the newly-passed "Executive Order on Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping" from the president.
There is So Much We Have Backwards | I follow Lisa Olivera on Instagram and very much appreciate her posts like this one about reframing the ways we think about ourselves.
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