Welcome March and the coming of spring by getting your mental corn popping.
Vicky Mochama says Black communities have known about mutual aid all along. Another pick from the archives for Black History Month. The Walrus
Matthew Wills says even the best Jim Crow school … was still a Jim Crow school. JSTOR Daily
Troy Sebastian/Nupqu ʔa·kǂ am̓ reports on the Nuchatlaht First Nation: how a legal battle could change land rights for good. The Walrus
Betsy Golden Killam: Mills Panoram and Soundies. JSTOR Daily
Sarah Gibbens and Amy McKeever list the top ten things to know about Mardi Gras. National Geographic
UEA scientists make breakthrough for next generation cancer treatment. University of East Anglia
Esteban Pardo: Germany’s Düsseldorf patient cured of HIV. Deutsche Welle
Guy Kawasaki interviews Jessica Wade about advocating for gender diversity in science. The Remarkable People Podcast
New aurorae found on Jupiter’s four largest moons. W.M. Keck Observatory
NASA’s planetary radar captures detailed view of oblong asteroid. Forgive me for being heretical, but it looks like a bobbing turd (!) Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Will Dunham reports that galaxies spotted by JWST rewrite understanding of early universe. Reuters
Space travel influences the way the brain works. Liège University
Bouncing seismic waves reveal distinct layer in Earth’s inner core. Phys.org
Nathaniel Scharping: paleotsunami detectives hunt for ancient disasters. So cool. Hakai
April Nowell explains what it was like to grow up in the last ice age. Aeon
The ancient promise of water. Archaeology Magazine
Thank you for visiting, and I hope you 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!