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What I Read This Week | 1

I try to keep up with ethical fashion news as much as possible – I even get Google Alerts for the search term, “ethical fashion” – but during the week I read a variety of articles and posts on politics, religion, and science that probably do more to shape my worldview and my perspective on this blog than the ethical fashion news ever will. That’s because absorbing information isn’t enough for me. I want broad, introspective, nuanced perspectives that make me think.

So, once a week, I’m going to try to post a “What I Read This Week” post full of links to things that I read and enjoyed. I think it’ll be a nice way to share interesting information and it’ll feel more personal to who I am and what I think about. I encourage you to leave links and start conversations in the comments, as well.


University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier, said to be in a coma, released from North Korea 

KKK group plans July 8 rally in Charlottesville

This news has sent shockwaves through the local community, but we’ve been on edge since last month, when white supremacists led by Richard Spencer showed up to protest the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue downtown wielding torches. There are a few counter protests being organized.

Why Charlottesville’s council voted to remove Robert E. Lee Statue


Bernie Sanders got Christian theology wrong. But he’s right about Islamophobia.

Trinity Sunday Sermon


Are Pets the New Probiotic?


Stop Pretending You’re Not Rich


Mayan Weavers Fight Back Against Appropriation

Your Rich Friend Who Travels

Your turn. What have you been reading this week?

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