Welcome to thoughty Thursday, your opportunity to get your mental corn popping. And happy Friday eve, all!
Steve Karnowski reports that Chauvin sentenced 21 years for violating George Floyd’s civil rights. Associated Press
Samantha Beech and Dakin Andone: Jayland Walker suffered at least 60 wounds in fatal police shooting, Akron police chief says, as authorities release bodycam footage. CNN
Ashley Domingo Hendricks explains what dance activism is. JSTOR Daily
Aborting the sun: the facts, the feels, the action. Khadija Mbowe
Rebecca Deczynski says that, with Roe gone, entrepreneurs and brands are fundraising for reproductive rights organizations. Inc.
Crystal Echo Hawk: women’s bodies are no longer their own. For Native people, they never have been. Elle
Cazembe Murphy Jackson is a trans man who had an abortion: reproductive rights is everyone’s fight. Esquire
Satoshi Sugiyama and Chang-Ran Kim reveal that Shinzo Abe’s assassin used a handmade firearm. Reuters
Martin Finucane reports that Boston researchers may have found the biomarker for long covid. The Boston Globe
Clark Quinn wants instructional designers to think about activities beyond the course. Learnlets
Guy Kawasaki interviews Esther Dyson on what’s after success. The Remarkable People Podcast
Joe tries to land a plane (to prove a point). Be Smart
The Next Big Idea Club says it’s time to reframe our thoughts about anxiety. Here’s how to use it productively. “Treating all anxiety as a disease hinders us from finding ways to manage and use anxiety to our advantage, and from benefiting from treatments when we do need extra support.” Fast Company
Alex Pasternack wonders what physicists have found and what they’re looking for next at the CERN Large Hadron Collider. Fast Company
Meet the microbes that could eat your trash. TED-Ed
Olivia Box admires sacred trees in Japan. JSTOR Daily
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