Friday link roundup 1/29

Study of Holocaust survivors indicates that trauma can be passed on genetically.

Anne Frank’s stepsister talks about the current refugee crisis.

From last year:  a mother’s letter to her transgender son, Jacob, on his 5th birthday.

On dance and neuroplasticity.

A family incorporates movement into all aspects of their lives by removing or modifying  furniture, setting up a jungle gym in the living room, and more.

An 11 year old girl from New Jersey decided she was sick of reading stories about “white boys and dogs.”  She is now holding a book drive to get 1000 books with black female protagonists by February 1.

Lego creates a toy figure in a wheelchair.

Michael Moore’s letter on ways to help the people of Flint, Michigan.

I definitely would have appreciated this as a teenager:  the first ever BroadwayCon.

A documentary film about an eagle huntress from Mongolia is making waves at the Sundance Film Festival.

New research study finds brain’s wiring is connected to Sensory Processing Disorder.

An excellent article on what “neurotypical” means – and what it doesn’t.


3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Un-Boxed Brain on February 1, 2016 at 3:26 am

    Thank you for linking to my post.


  2. Thanks for the compilation – there are some good posts here.


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