Why Saying Chinese Food is “Unhealthy” is a Recipe for Racism | Well + Good NextDoor is Quietly Replacing the Small-Town Paper | OneZero How COVID-19 is Speeding Up Change Process in the Digital Workspace | CMS Wire LexisNexis To Provide Giant Database of Personal Information to ICE | The Intercept Have a good week!
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“Reunion” (Poem) | Charles Wright Frog and Toad Tentatively Go Outside After Months in Self-Quarantine | McSweeney’s Passing the Time With the Ghosts in the Dirt | Texas Monthly Ray Ford: Lessons From Past Taught in Santa Barbara Backcountry | Noozhawk Love the Fig | The New Yorker Vivian Stephens Helped Turn Romance Writing IntoContinue reading “What I’ve Been Reading – 2/22/2021”
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Remembering the Howard University Librarian Who Decolonized the Way Books Were Catalogued | Smithsonian Magazine From the Archives: The Hareport Chronicles | Los Angeles Times A Very Mango Pie, Inspired By Indian Aunties | New York Times Have a good week!
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