Moar treats to get your mental corn popping.
Tim Arango and Shaila Dewan: more than half of police killings are mislabeled (and thus, uncounted), according to new study. The New York Times
Can we ever stop obsessing over race? Khadija Mbowe
Anastasia Tsioulcas reports that R. Kelly found guilty of racketeering and sex trafficking. NPR
Emma Farge and Hereward Holland reveal that WHO employees took part in Congo sex abuse during Ebola crisis. Et, tu, WHO? Reuters
Roberta Hill explains how she survived residential school. Toronto Life
Juanita Taylor reveals how the Inuit practice of Kakiniit is etched on the skin. CBC
Akiko Busch: the invisibility of older women. The Atlantic
Amy Davidson Sorkin explores the supply-chain mystery. The New Yorker
Danny Westneat is wondering why society went off-kilter during the pandemic. Apparently, there’s a book about it. Published in 2019. The Seattle Times
Cal Newport talks to Chris Herd: is going back to the office a broken way of working? The New Yorker
Totten Mine update: 35 trapped miners safe after rescue; 4 more on long trek out of mine. The Sudbury Star
Creating a template for habitable exoplanets. SciShow
Alexandra Larkin: Hubble discovers six mysteriously dead, massive galaxies from early universe. CBS News
Michelle Gamage and Zoe Yunker report that judge ends Fairy Creek injunction in a bombshell decision. The fight to protect old growth continues. The Tyee
On Ecological Disconnect, Climate Despair, and Our Changing Relation to “Nature.” Like Stories of Old
Simon Hattenstone documents the transformation of Greta Thunberg. The Guardian
Sierra Garcia: climate change and the criminal justice system. JSTOR Daily
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