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The news articles on this week's reading list.
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Image Credit: The New York Times

Image Credit: The New York Times

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.

Yes, This Is a Witch Hunt. I’m a Witch and I’m Hunting You." The witches are coming, but not for your life. We’re coming for your legacy. The cost of being Harvey Weinstein is not getting to be Harvey Weinstein anymore. We don’t have the justice system on our side; we don’t have institutional power; we don’t have millions of dollars or the presidency; but we have our stories, and we’re going to keep telling them. Happy Halloween." (The New York Times)

Chelsea Handler is leaving Netaflix to pursue her political calling."I've decided not to return for another season of Chelsea, and instead devote as much time as I can to becoming a more knowledgeable and engaged citizen and to focus on projects that have significance to me."(Instagram)

New York City’s Libraries Will Forgive All Children’s Fines "Library books are free, until they aren’t: Patrons who rack up $15 in late fees at the city’s public libraries are blocked from taking out more books until the fine is paid. Among those with suspended privileges are 160,000 children, most of them from the city’s poorest neighborhoods, who cannot afford to pay." (The New York Times)

A husbands portraits of his wife feeding their newborn babe. " He pays careful attention to messy bedsheets, a splatter of milky spit-up, a tangled pile of computer cords beside a breast pump and bottle: the clutter of a daily life that continues despite the minor magic the couple’s home now shelters." (The New Yorker)

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