Posts Tagged ‘history’

Link roundup 8/26

Yesterday included auditioning to teach Nia classes at a gym and submitting my first proofreading job. It was like super audition day/week or something. So I did not get around to posting links.

Latest updates on Hurricane (now tropical storm) Harvey.

How Amazon’s acquiring Whole Foods will change the health food chain in terms of prices and discounts.

An interview with Vanessa Adrianna Nadal, amazing lawyer and engineer (who also happens to be the wife of playwright/composer/lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda).

10 + of the Best Pictures of 2017 Solar Eclipse. (It was cloudy here, but I enjoyed watching NASA’s live broadcast).

A syllabus for white people to educate themselves about race, privilege, history, and more — a crowdsourced Google Docs with great links and resources.

How U.S. presidents ended up with the power to pardon.

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Friday link roundup 8/18

From Alternet: 10 healthy food essentials that you can easily make at home.

From The Atlantic: Hidden texts: Uncovering ancient languages from manuscripts from a monastery library on the Sinai Peninsula.

If you enjoy Game of Thrones, here are some epic fantasy books written by women.

Target just unveiled a sensory-friendly clothing line for kids.

From NPR: Many nurses lack the knowledge of health risks to mothers post-childbirth.

Four organizations fighting racism to donate to following the violence in Charlottesville. How to talk to kids about what happened in Charlottesville.

Children’s books about race and social justice.

On the continuing effects of the Civil War and the significance of statues and monuments.