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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 …

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What I Read This Week | 2

Local: Otto Warmbier dies days after release from North Korean detention Charlottesville Officials Present Plans to Offset KKK Group’s Rally Society & Relationships: You Must Understand Why You Believe What You Believe — And How You Got There To Stay Married, Embrace Change Power Causes Brain Damage Politics & Religion: Can an Evangelical Progressive Democrat Succeed in …

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In the News: Police Brutality, Ethical Living Burnout, & Fast Fashion Slowing Down

  In light of last week’s horrors and tragedies, I wanted to orient some of the news I share today to police brutality and racism in the US. As I’ve said before, you can’t have a pet cause when it comes to justice, and it strikes me that we can’t do right by the people …

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