It’s time, once again, to get your mental corn popping.
Ray Sanchez and Eric Levinson report on the sentencing of Derek Chauvin. Precedent-setting though it was, is 22.5 years enough? CNN
Adultification, explained (or, are Black girls less innocent?). Kadija Mbowe
Ex-president Jacob Zuma sentenced by South Africa’s top court. Andrew Harding supplies analysis. BBC
Jacqui Germain says, climate justice is a framework for understanding the world. Teen Vogue
The dark history of the Chinese Exclusion Act – Robert Chang TED-Ed
Amartya Sen: what British rule really did for India. The Guardian
Alex Migdal: 182 more unmarked graves discovered near Cranbrook, B.C. CBC
Daniella Zalcman: pictured with their past, survivors of Canada’s “cultural genocide” speak out. National Geographic
Rhianna Schmunk: ‘Most homes’ in Lytton, B.C., destroyed by catastrophic fire, minister says. CBC
Richard Grant answers the question, what did Stonehenge sound like? The Smithsonian Magazine
Joe offers a brief (and scientific) history of butts. ‘Cause I thought it appropriate to “end” with humour. Sorry, not sorry. It’s okay to be smart
Thanks for stopping by. Hope you took away something to inspire a future creative project.
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