We’re rounding the bend to the weekend. It’s time to get your mental corn popping 🙂
Charmaine A. Nelson: the Canadian narrative about slavery is wrong. From 2020, but a good reminder. The Walrus
Ashawnta Jackson reveals the connection between secret societies and the fight for Black freedom. JSTOR Daily
Justin Gamble: MRIs show poverty and racism may alter brain development in Black children. CNN
Guy Kawasaki interviews Gretchen Carlson about how to be fierce. The Remarkable People Podcast
Dr. Alfredo Carpineti says major breakthrough paves the way for more powerful quantum computers today. IFLS
Hubble captures the start of a new spoke season at Saturn. NASA
Will Dunham: astronomers astonished by rings around frigid distant world Quaoar. Reuters
Partly melted rock under Earth’s surface offers insight into what makes plate tectonics possible. Brown University
Jules Bernstein reports that fungi and bacteria are binging on burnt soil. UC Riverside
Rita Da Silva is taking is slow: what turtles can teach us about living longer. The Walrus
Eloisa Lopez: love of sea turtles turns poachers into protectors. Reuters
Martha Henriques introduces us to the unknown giants of the deep oceans. BBC
Thanks for visiting, and I hope to took away something to inspire a future creative project.
Until my next chapter weekly update, be well and stay safe; be kind and stay strong. The world needs your stories!