Links I Loved Last Week: A Round-Up of Online Reading 7/17/16


The best thing I’ve read lately is Kathryn Schulz’s Pulitzer Prize-winning feature article about the earthquake that’s going to destroy the Pacific Northwest, The Really Big One.

I’ve been spending a lot of time trying to explain to white people why #AllLivesMatter is offensive. The New York Times helped me out with this article.

Brian Crooks’s piece on what it’s like to be black in a mostly white upper-middle-class community is a must-read.

Amy at Mindful Art Studio makes a case for doodling as a powerful form of mindfulness and self-care and shares 15 easy patterns.

Leigh Anne challenges those of us who are members of her choir to share her post about growing literate lives with teachers who have forgotten how to sing.

Reading While White’s review of Lane Smith’s Tribes made me realize I need to take a closer look at this book.

George Couros curates four TED Talks that will challenge your thinking.

Kelly Jensen demonstrates how to take great bookish selfies.









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