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The (News) Edit

Words and ideas that made us pause, think and, most importantly, consider what is happening in the world.
Image Credit: NY Times - This is 18 Around the World

Image Credit: NY Times - This is 18 Around the World

Welcome to our weekly news edit where we share articles that made us reflect on the state of world and also consider where we stand.

There is no war on men (but maybe there should be): “Their power fades, albeit slowly, with every protest, every new voter registration, and every time a woman comes forward to say she’s been hurt by one of them.” (Medium)

Life at 18: What does life look like for girls turning 18 in 2018? Here’s what. (The New York Times)

The road to progress is paved with pain: “This road is winding, long, unjust and cruel. It is set up to make victories — legal, electoral, moral — few and far between. But it also shows us, sometimes in blinkingly small and incomplete instances, that those victories are sometimes possible.” (The Cut)

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