Happy Friday eve! It’s time, once again, to get your mental corn popping 🙂
Amir Vera, Omar Jiminez, and Ashley Killough: hearing today (May 2nd) may be the last chance for the Tulsa race massacre survivors to get justice. CNN
Dorothy Berry takes a deep zoom into the 1836 broadside, “Slave Market of America.” JSTOR Daily
MN Human Rights probe finds pattern of racism in Minneapolis Police Department. MPR
America’s history of stealing vulnerable children of color. The Amber Ruffin Show
Natasha Bertrand, Katie Bo Lillis, Jennifer Hansler, Alex Marquardt, and Brad Lendon: Putin may soon officially declare war on Ukraine, US and western officials say. CNN
Luke Mogelson explains how Ukrainians saved their capital. The New Yorker
Cara Anna and Yesica Fisch: evacuations under way in Mariupol; Pelosi visits Ukraine. Associated Press
Josh Gerstein and Alexander Ward report that the US Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows. Politico
Jim C. Hines shares his thoughts on blood donation and bodily autonomy.
Rae Ellen Bichell: Colorado braces to become refuge for abortion access if “Roe” weakened. NPR
A new podcast from Manitoulin Island helps teach Anishnaabemowin language. CBC
Heather Brady offers this explainer: Mexico’s Independence Day marks the beginning of a decade-long revolution (and should not be confused with Cinco de Mayo). National Geographic
Nik Wheeler: Cinco de Mayo. History
Mary Gordon: Laurentian University has an obligation to turn over gallery, artwork. The Sudbury Star
Sarah Luterman says autistic people have been excluded from advocacy conversations. Julia Bascom is changing that. 19th News
Jessica Stillman: did you really “click” with someone? A new study offers a research-backed way to tell. Inc.
Annie Lord: sometimes, a routine is just an excuse to stop taking chances. Vogue
Mental health at work: it’s (finally) time to talk about it. Fast Company
Emma Hinchcliffe reports that Naomi Osaka is partnering with startup Modern Health. Fortune
Clark Quinn explains why learning and development isn’t better. Learnlets
After 15,000 years, it’s waking up … Physics Girl
Emily Conover reveals how muons spill secrets about Earth’s hidden structures (and other things). Science News
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you found something to support a future creative project.
Until next tipsday, be well and stay safe; be kind and stay strong. The world needs your stories!
2 thoughts on “Thoughty Thursday: Popping your mental corn, May 1-7, 2022”
interesting and thought provoking.
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How have you been, dear?
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