Less angsty this week, as promised, but there’s still some serious.
Germany finally apologizes for its other genocide—more than a century later. Lynsey Chutel for Quartz.
Physician groups representing 426,000 doctors demand a stop to gun violence. American Psychiatric Association.
How Americans came together after Orlando. Conor Friedersdorf for The Atlantic.
Jim C. Hines considers another pointless police shooting.
Ok. New direction.
Twelve female activists who are changing the world. Joe McCarthy for Global Citizen.
Got privilege? What Lori Lakin Hutcherson told a white friend asked her opinion about white privilege. Good Black News.
Why I’m a racist. Not what you think. Just read it. Beyond the Glass Wall.
Dr. Nadine Caron is Canada’s first female First Nations surgeon. CBC’s the Current.
Chris Hadfield: Questions for a Star Man. Nova’s secret life of scientists and engineers.
Hubble takes a long look into the heart of the crab nebula. Phil Plait for Slate. Later, he shares a year of Earth’s days in time lapse.
A walk in the woods: how walks are improving mental health. S.A. Mathieson for The Guardian.
Jen Granneman lists twelve things every highly sensitive person needs. Introvert, dear.
Another brief dip, but it’s important.
Lauren McKeon breaks fifteen years of silence. Toronto Life.
The real reason women love witches. Anne Theriault for The Establishment.
Buzzfeed presents seventeen maps that will change the way you view the world.
An orca rescue on Newsiosity.
And on that positive note, I bid thee adieu.
Until the weekend.