stuff i consumed: june 2020

Here’s some stuff I consumed in the last month. Keep taking care of yourselves. ♥

Alice Speri, Alleen Brown, Mara Hvistendahl, The George Floyd Killing in Minneapolis Exposes the Failures of Police Reform

Cameron Awkward-Rich, Cento Between the Ending and the End

Erik Gudbranson, We Need to Be Loud, We Need to Be Unflinching

Ruth Gebreyesus, Eating at Black-Owned Restaurants Isn’t Going to Save Us

Melena Ryzik, Overlooked No More: Debra Hill, Producer Who Parlayed ‘Halloween’ Into a Cult Classic

Mark Fraser, Silence Is Violence

Ed Yong, COVID-19 Can Last for Several Months

Rebecca Carroll, You Should Be Feeling Miserable

Cynthia Franks, A White Woman, Racism and a Poodle

Angel Jennings, South L.A. is largely untouched by unrest. That is by design

Miles Klee, White People Sound Like Brands When They Post About Racism

Anne Helen Petersen, Why The Small Protests In Small Towns Across America Matter

Holly Anderson, The Dog Who Was Not There, And Also Was Not A Dog