The Week’s End // May 5th, 2018 Edition

Hello and happy weekend friends! How are you? Got anything fun planned? If not, or if you happen to have a little downtime and you’re looking for some interesting or inspiring reads to check out, I’ve got you covered. Here are a few of my favorites from around the web this week:

Central American migrants traveling with a caravan sit momentarily on top of the Mexican-U.S. border wall.

No lies detectedBonus: “I wouldn’t change a single word.”

Sex is not a commodity and women are not property or money.

Simply by virtue of being human

They look a lot like the villains they fight.

Kendrick Lamar Syllabus

a shot at better

It’s not just mind over matter.

medical condition and an experience.

Just two strangers who met for the first time sixteen minutes ago.

May horoscope.

Watch No Agenda. Listen to Black Boy Joy. Follow Artie Redshoe.

Heartbreak High .

So, have you read, watched, or written an interesting or inspiring thing this week? Has something on the internet made you feel strongly, think deeply, or see the world in a new light? If so, drop a link in the comments, we’d love to check it out!

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This list was originally sent out along with today’s newsletter, Kanye West and the Gaze of the Other // ZEN AND PI No. 38, along with some existential musings of my own. Check it out and subscribe, or help support what I do by sharing a virtual cup of coffee.

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The Week’s End // A Few of My Favorites from Around the Web

Hello and happy weekend friends! How are you? Got anything fun planned? If not, or if you happen to have a little downtime and you’re looking for some interesting or inspiring reads to check out I’ve got you covered. Here are a few of my favorites from across the web:

A church and the remains of an ancient village rise above the surface of the Sau reservoir in Vilanova de Sau, Spain.
A church and the remains of an ancient village rise above the surface of the Sau reservoir in Vilanova de Sau, Spain.

Pizza cinnamon rolls and sexual misconduct 

What are you?

Shitty media men.

50 Years Ago

Preparing for the Unthinkable

Reminder.

Are we saying happy new year?

Step one is to admit it’s there.

Legalize marijuana by actually legalizing marijuana,

Productivity is for machines

Cooking with Sylvia Plath

January horoscopes

Watch Vox’s Earworm. Listen to the J Dilla Cheat SheetFollow @stoppingoffplace.

 

High Above the Jovian Clouds.
High above the Jovian clouds.

So, have you read, watched, or written an interesting or inspiring thing this week? Has something on the internet made you feel strongly, think deeply, or see the world in a new light? If so, drop a link in the comments, we’d love to check it out!

 

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This list was originally sent out along with today’s newsletter, Our World Isn’t Ours // ZEN AND PI No. 37, along with some existential musings of my own. Check it out and subscribe, or help support what I do by sharing a cup of coffee.

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The Week’s End // A Roundup of Important Reads

Hello friends and welcome to the weekend. I’m a little late, as usual, but if you’re still looking for some interesting reads to check out while you relax, look no further, I got you covered. Here are the things I found important, inspiring, and interesting enough to share this week:

Desert wildflowers cover the ground around the Amboy Crater in the Mojave Trails National Monument on March 15 in Twentynine Palms, California during yearly bloom.
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So disrespectful and utterly embarrassing.

Trump’s budget is both heartless and pointless.

Is America great again, yet?

Resistance made easy.

Six years war.

The best we could do.

The largest humanitarian crisis since the end of the second world war. We have to help.

Author Amy Krouse Rosenthal died this week. Read her viral essay and her books.

Missing Richard Simmons” makes me uncomfortable.

Safe, inclusive, conversational.

I haven’t eaten at McDonald’s in years, but I almost ran out for a Big Mac and Shamrock shake this week :)

What do you think? Have you read, watched, or written an interesting thing this week? Has something on the internet made you feel strongly? If so, drop a link in the comments, we’d love to check it out!

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The Week’s End // A Roundup of Important Reads

Hello friends and welcome to the weekend. I’m a little late, but if you’re still looking for some interesting reads to check out while you relax, look no further, I got you covered. Here are the things I found important, inspiring, and interesting enough to share this week:

Day without a woman
Day Without a Woman

Support diverse stories.

Because diversity isn’t easy.

Is America great again yet?

Trumpcare

You may want to marry her husband.

In conversation

Biology > Ideology

Extreme vetting is already a thing

It’s not a fucking debate!

“In moonlight, black boys look blue”

Life sucks

Daylight savings is stupid.

Super cute printable self-care checklist :)  // @Aloebud

What do you think? Have you read, watched, or written an interesting thing this week? Has something on the internet made you feel strongly? If so, drop a link in the comments, we’d love to check it out :)

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The Week’s End // A Roundup of Interesting Reads

Hello, friends! Guess who forgot to post the roundup this morning? Yep, this forgetful girl. Better late than never, though, right? So, if you are still looking for some interesting reads to check out while you relax, look no further, I got you covered. Here are the things I found important, inspiring, and interesting enough to share this week:

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An annular solar eclipse on February 26, 2017. // The Atlantic — Photos of the Week

The terror of being black in America

Weekend plans?

Protect trans kids.

How much does a piece of straw weigh?

Smoking means something to smokers.

Trump didn’t create those jobs.

Please, protect trans kids.

It’s that time of year again.

Policing the police.

Free, or cheap, mind expansion and experience.

Love, understand, and protect trans kids.

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Happy Women’s History Month // @FemaleCollective

Have you read, watched, or written an interesting thing this week? Has something on the internet made you feel strongly? If so, drop a link in the comments, we’d love to check it out :)

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The Week’s End // A Roundup of Interesting Reads

Hello, friends! If you’re looking for some interesting reads to check out while you relax, look no further, I got you covered. Here are some things I found important, inspiring, and interesting enough to share:

@refinery29

Trump takes on the most vulnerable.

The Mad King

Is America Great Again Yet?

The Death of Compassion

Plan B?

Brown Girls

Aging is a pain.

A brave girl, one very rare side effect.

Sometimes doctors are stupid too.

In another timeline

What to read next.

@threadfamous

Have you read, watched, or written an interesting thing this week? Has something on the internet made you feel strongly? If so, drop a link in the comments, we’d love to check it out :)

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The Week’s End // A Roundup of Interesting Reads

Hello, friends! If you’re looking for some interesting reads to check out while you relax, look no further, I got you covered. Here are some things I found important, inspiring, and interesting enough to share:

Believe.

Segregation never stopped.

Use what you have.

Promises or Lies?

More lies.

It’s never 9 to 5.

Obama.

A reading list.

Entering white spaces.

Let the men twirl.

Aaliyah + Rihanna

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Subtle Ceiling

 

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