Link Dump #4

It’s been a while since I updated. Here’s what I’m working on:

outline next update

Until then, here’s some worthwhile media to spend some time with.

The Folly of Abolishing the N.E.A. (NYTimes)

Sophie Scholl and the legacy of resistance (JSTOR)

The Early Spy Manual That Turned Bad Middle Management Into An Espionage Tactic (Atlas Obscura)

Housekeepers versus Harvard: Feminism for the Age of Trump (The Nation)

Waveforms and the Women’s March (LA Review of Books)

What We’re Fighting For (NYTimes)

What’s Killing America’s Black Infants? (The Nation)

Introducing: The Privacy Paradox (WNYC)

The bookie, the phone booth, and the FBI (WNYC)

How an unassuming bureaucrat outsmarted Jamie Oliver and pulled off an honest-to-god miracle in one of America’s unhealthiest cities (HuffPost)

In the Tennessee Delta, a poor community loses its hospital – and sense of security (Washington Post)

Can Poetry Keep You Young? Science Is Still Out, But The Heart Says Yes (NPR)

Mass sexual assault in Frankfurt by refugees ‘completely made up’ (Independent)

Thoughts from Black History Month (twitter)

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