The news cycle is fast and furious—which is why we shifted through the recent noise and found a few articles we believe matter. These thoughts and ideas made us pause, think and, most importantly, consider what is happening in the world. We hope they do the same for you.
What Barbara Bush knows about life, and politics: “But it is also a reminder that even lives and characters that seem lucky and straightforward have complexities too quickly passed over.” (The New Yorker)
There are now more women in Congress than ever before: “That includes 78 Democrats and 29 Republicans, constituting 20% of congressional seats for the first time in history.” (Fortune)
When misogynists become terrorists: “Until we grapple with the disdain for women that drives these mass murderers, and the way that the killers are increasingly radicalized on the internet, there will be no stopping future tragedies.” (The New York Times)
Single Women & Their Spaces: A Before and After Vacation Rental in Yucca Valley
"We both knew we wanted a different kind of independence for our futures. Hailing from Ireland and Minnesota and living in LA - purchasing property here is out of our reach. We share the love of creation and also the love of a different kind of financial freedom."
Karen Vidangos Wants To Fill The Gap In the Art World with Latinx Art Collective
"I want curators, educators, collectors, anyone with an interest in Latinx art to connect with these artists. If you are someone looking to commission a work, need a guest speaker for a panel, want to begin your Latinx art collection, LAC is where you can begin your search."
What to help schools and students? Here’s where to start: It’s easy to sense that you could be doing more financially to help educators and students. It’s harder to know how to go about it. (The New York Times)
Bill Cosby and the slow death of celebrity impunity: The conviction of the actor and comedian is a testament to the power of #MeToo. (The Atlantic)