What I Read This Week | 3

Local White Supremacy:

Excuse me, America, your house is on fire: Lessons from Charlottesville on the KKK and “alt-right”

How Charlottesville, Virginia’s Confederate statues helped decimate the city’s historically successful black communities.

Culture + Image:

A new study shows sex doesn’t actually sell

What I Learnt from Karaikal Ammaiyar and Her Closet of Adornments – a beautiful piece on culture, identity, and art

Blog Posts: 

Reasons I thought about quitting blogging (and why I’m still doing it), Life Style Justice

7 Things I’ve Learned In A Year Of Ethical Shopping, Simply Liv & Co

Just For Fun: 

What is your Hogwarts House Percentage? – I’m mostly Hufflepuff and Ravenclaw. I got Hufflepuff on the Pottermore Sorting Quiz, too.

What I Posted A Year Ago:

The Paradox of the “Ethical” Fashion Blogger

Summer Dressing with Abrazo Style

Megumi Project Brings New Life to Old Kimonos

The Henna Experiment: Dyeing my Hair with Henna + Numi Tea


A Harvest of Thorns, Corban Addison – I just finished this and will review it as soon as I get the chance.

Leaving Church, Barbara Brown Taylor – reflections on doing, and leaving, ordained ministry in the Episcopal Church

Your turn. What have you been reading?

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