Happy Friday eve! It’s time to get your mental corn popping for the weekend.
Chloee Weiner: hundreds gather to demand justice for Breonna Taylor 1 year after her death. NPR
Tanisha C. Ford reveals how socialite Mollie Moon used fashion shows to fund the civil rights movement. Harper’s Bazaar
Meghan and Harry. Kadija Mbowe (your fun, millennial auntie)
Rhiannon Johnson announces that the Poundmaker Cree Nation welcomes bison back to traditional territory. CBC
My amazing friend, Kim Fahner offers a message for those of us who are women who walk: in memory of Sarah Everard. The Republic of Poetry
Jaclyn Diaz reports that thousands march in Australia as another #metoo wave hits the country. NPR
Lakin Brooks: women dominated beer brewing until they were accused of being witches. The Smithsonian Magazine
Stephen Humphries: what does resilience sound like? Ian Brennan and Marilena Umuhoza Delli travel the world to find out. Christian Science Monitor
The National World War II Museum reveals Bea Arthur, US marine.
Shaina Ahluwalia and Roshan Abraham report that Europe becomes the first region to exceed 1 million deaths from covid-19. Global News
Katy Steinmetz: Elliot Page is ready for this moment. Time
Amy McKeever explains what the faces on its currency tell us about a country. National Geographic
Jillian Ambrose: bladeless turbines could bring wind power to your home. The Guardian
SNOLAB launches art and dark matter online platform, Drift. The Sudbury Star
The first science result from Perseverance on Mars! Night Sky News March 2021 | Dr. Becky
Robin George Andrews reveals the fresh clues of a new theory about where Mars’ liquid water went. National Geographic
What’s impossible in evolution? It’s okay to be smart
Philip Hoare: sperm whales in the 19th century shared ship attack information. The Guardian
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you took away something to inspire you next creative project.
Until next tipsday, be well and stay safe; be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories!