It’s almost the weekend and time to get your mental corn popping!
Michela Moscufo reports that Harvard sets up $100 million endowment for slavery reparations. Reuters
Leah Thomas interviews Rachel Cargle about Black climate optimism. Atmos
Straight Black men in drag for the sake of comedy. Khadija Mbowe
Daniel Boffey and Lorenzo Tondo: Russia accused of bombing Mariupol humanitarian corridor. The Guardian
John Henley reports that Finland and Sweden have agreed to submit NATO applications. The Guardian
Terry Nguyen says Gen Z does not dream of labor. Vox
Molly Longmans says having no filter at work is actually a good thing. Refinery 29
Seth Borenstein: ideas on mute? Study: remote meetings dampen brainstorming. Associated Press
Morgan Leonhardt says hybrid work isn’t working well for most women. Fortune
Harold Jarche: dare to un-lead.
Clark Quinn unpacks superstitions for new practitioners. Learnlets
Joe Hanson shares illusions that will make you question reality. Be Smart
Romano Santos asks, are you breathing properly? Vice
Sadhbh O’Sullivan: too many thoughts living rent-free in your head? Try mind gardening. Refinery 29
Katie Tobin says slow living is the antidote to hustle culture—if you can access it. Refinery 29
Ginny Hogan: once upon a Facebook poke. Bustle
Why are puppy-dog eyes so irresistible? SciShow
Christina Larson reveals that your dog’s personality may have little to do with its breed. Associated Press
This weekend, I’ll be posting my next chapter update for April.
Until then, be well and stay safe; be kind and stay strong. The world needs your stories!