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Link roundup 4/19

While I still occasionally gather links, I haven’t posted one of these in a while. I miss doing it on a regular basis. But I’m on spring break and I had time to gather these!

The oldest living person with HIV turns 100.

Why don’t we cook meals for friends struggling with mental health?

An art historian’s digital mapping of Notre Dame Cathedral may help restore it.

Donations up for black churches that were recently burned in Louisiana have gone up since the fire at Notre Dame. Here is the GoFundMe site to donate.

From NPR: Some highlights from the Mueller report (Or lowlights, depending on how you view it).

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Friday link roundup 6/26

soft heart quote
“Because no one tells you what to do when your life becomes a ten-car pile up during rush hour traffic. Because no one tells you how to tell the very people who framed your life and hung it up on the wall for everyone to admire the girl who has it all together that nothing is going right anymore.”

A young woman claims her life and her experience with depression through tattooing a semicolon on her wrist and sharing her story.

 More information about the Semicolon Project movement on Facebook and the official website.

What people with anxiety may want you to know about panic attacks.

Wear Your Label:  clothing that challenges mental health stigma.

Eastern Puma declared extinct.  A reminder that predators serve a important and essential place in our ecosystems.

A woman’s response to someone complaining that her yard decor was “relentlessly gay”:  Holding an online fundraiser to rainbow-ify her house and yard even more.

This is all over the news and internet today, and I personally think it’s worth noting and celebrating: The U.S. Supreme Court recognizes the right to same-sex marriage.