It’s the last thoughty Thursday of June! Early happy Canada Day to my Canadian friends and early happy Independence Day to my friends south of the border.
Mon M: the Uvalde shooting is just the latest example of why we need abolition. Prism
Jia Tolentino says America’s not going back to the time before Roe. We’re going somewhere worse. The New Yorker
Vanessa Taylor explains why Muslim teens love surveillance memes. Teen Vogue
Max Hunder and Tom Balmforth: Ukraine to withdraw from Sievierodonetsk as Russia closes in. Reuters
Laurentian gets court approval to sell the Art Gallery of Sudbury. They haven’t said what they’re doing with the art collection. Yet. CBC
Frances Solá-Santiago wonders what’s really behind TikTok’s “weird girl aesthetic”? Refinery 29
Why you can’t smell yourself (and other ways your senses lie to you). Be Smart
Clark Quinn is all about reality checks. Learnlets
Danielle D. King and Megan R. McSpedon explain what leaders get wrong about resilience. Harvard Business Review
Guy Kawasaki interviews Gloria Romero, former senator, author, and feminist. The Remarkable People Podcast
Rina Torchinsky says, get your binoculars: five planets are lined up nicely for you to see at dawn this month. NPR
“Do fabulous science”: Jane Rigby. SciShow Space
Robert Lea: fastest nova ever seen “rings” like a bell thanks to feeding white dwarf. Space.com
Nina Lakhani introduces us to the farmers restoring Hawaii’s ancient food forests that once fed an island. The Guardian
Olivia Box spotlights improving communications around climate change. JSTOR Daily
Thanks for taking the time to stop by, and I hope you took away something to inspire a future creative project.
This weekend, I hope to post my June next chapter update (we’ll see how that works out).
Until then, be well and stay safe; be kind and stay strong. The world needs your stories!