Saturday Link Love: The Trump Era, Pauli Murray, and Indigenous Women

Saturday Link Love: The Trump Era, Pauli Murray, and Indigenous Women February 17, 2018

Saturday Link Love is a 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.

The Much Better Movie Hiding In ‘Titanic’, on Cracked—“What if all of that fanfiction positing that Jack was short for “Jacqueline” is in fact onto the real story being told … or at least the one that James Cameron wanted to tell, but chickened out of at some point?”

From Where I Sit, The Trump Era Began In 2014, on FiveThirtyEight—“People are always trying to pinpoint the moment that the free-wheeling, summer-of-love spirit of the 1960s died.”

The Many Lives of Pauli Murray, on the New Yorker—“This was Murray’s lifelong fate: to be both ahead of her time and behind the scenes.”

New Poetry by Indigenous Women, on Literary Hub—“In my Mojave culture, many of our songs are maps, but not in the sense of an American map.”

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