The weekend is in sight! It’s time to pull your head out of work and get your mental corn popping 🙂
Kimberly Brown Pellum reveals how Maryrose Reeves Allen taught Black women’s self-care during Jim Crow. JSTOR Daily
Renée Lilley reports that residential school day scholars may be able to start claims process in December. Students who went home at night suffered the same abuses but weren’t included in the 2006 Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement. CBC
Amar Chebib (film) and Dan Greene (text) present the story of how Cree skateboarding legend Joe Buffalo grapples with the trauma of Canada’s residential schools. The New Yorker
Joe can’t believe he’s making another Covid video. It’s okay to be smart
Lizzy Davies reports that the WHO endorses use of first malaria vaccine in Africa. The Guardian
True facts: the mosquito. Ze Frank
Key findings from the Pandora Papers. The Washington Post
Our first glimpse of the dark side of the moon. SciShow Space
Stuart Campbell, Elizabeth Healey, Yaroslav Kuzmin, and Michael D. Glascock reflect on John Dee’s obsidian mirror: the mirror, the magus, and more. Yes. An actual scholarly paper 🙂 Cambridge University Press
Guy Kawasaki interviews Olympia Yarger: entrepreneur and maggot evangelist. The Remarkable People podcast
Olivia Box: what does a tree see? On the importance of “witness” trees. JSTOR Daily
Robby Berman says, crows are self-aware, just like us. Big Think
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Until next tipsday, be well and stay safe; be kind and stay strong. The world needs your stories!