Happy Friday eve! Prep for the weekend by getting your mental corn popping.
Da’Shaun Harrison, Joy James, and Samira Rice wonder why the Department of Justice won’t recognize the vulnerability of Black lives. Scalawag
Hanaa’ Tameez: American journalism’s “racial reckoning” still has a lot of reckoning to do. Nieman Lab
Clout: the new fragrance from late-stage capitalism. Khadija Mbowe
Krishna N. Das: India court upholds hijab ban in schools, could set national precedent. Reuters
Hazel Shearing and Mary O’Connor announce that Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and Anoosheh Ashoori on way home to UK. BBC
Ryan Faughnder reports that Disney LGBTQIA+ employees plan walk-out over Florida “don’t say gay” bill. Los Angeles Times
Julia Métreaux presents the working-class roots of Canadian feminism. JSTOR Daily
Clark Quinn has some further thoughts on working with subject matter experts (SMEs). Learnlets
Long covid and post-infection syndromes: what we know so far. SciShow
David Shepardson reports that US senate approves bill to make daylight savings time permanent. Provincial and federal governments in Canada have long said that they’d only adopt or revoke DST permanently if the US did. This makes me excited for a future with out intentionally inflicted time-lag. Reuters
Liz Tracey: beware the Ides of March. (But why?) JSTOR Daily
Emma Yasinski reveals how a game-changing transplant could treat dying organs. National Geographic
Alys Fowler explains how she learned to love weeds and why we should, too. The Guardian
Mena Davidson wonders why there aren’t more dogs in doctors’ offices. JSTOR Daily
Dala – Carrickfergus
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