Saturday Link Love is a new feature where I collect and post links to various articles I’ve come upon over the past week. Feel free to share any interesting articles you’ve come along as well! The more the merrier.
A People’s History of Dona’d Trump’s Business Busts and Countless Victims, on Newsweek—“Dust swirled and jackhammers pounded outside the Bonwit Teller building in Manhattan as undocumented immigrants tore apart the façade.”
Naw Gay Community, Ain’t No Forgiving That Oppressive Flag Or What It Reps, on TransGriot—“Once again we have another example of what non-white TBLGQ community members complain about when we note that being gay is far too often centred in whiteness and white privilege.”
Gender stereotypes have made us horrible at recognizing autism in women and girls, on Quartz—“In contrast, a young girl who spends hours upon hours researching her intense interest will be considered quiet, polite, lady-like, and all the other gender-based labels which society assigns to girls before they’re even born.”In February, I subscribed to all the presidential candidates’ email lists, on ExtraNewsfeed—“So the emails become an interesting lens through which to examine each campaign’s opinion of its supporters.”
Eric Metaxas, Your Bonhoeffer Privileges Are Revoked! on Against the Stream—“Metaxas has spent the last few years capitalizing on his absolutely abysmal, morally bankrupt, and historically inaccurate biography of Bonhoeffer in order to cement his place as a conservative Christian public intellectual.”
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