What Our Editors Read This Week (6/10)

An Open Letter to My Sister, Miss Angela Davis by James Baldin in The New York Review

The enormous revolution in black consciousness which has occurred in your generation, my dear sister, means the beginning or the end of America. Some of us, white and black, know how great a price has already been paid to bring into existence a new consciousness, a new people, an unprecedented nation. If we know, and do nothing, we are worse than the murderers hired in our name.

We Need A Decolonized, Not A “Diverse”, Education by Zoé Samudzi in Harlot

The inclusion of marginalized identities and experiences without decentering dominant narratives is an understanding of diversity that leaves oppressive structures intact, and in fact, insulates them from criticism.


Your Rants Against ‘Big Pharma’ Are Probably Ableist by Katie Klabusich in The Establishment

Because I live in the land of medication-shaming, where my needing pills for mental-health issues denotes weakness and a desire to check out rather than deal.

Millennials are the most bisexual generation of all time by Ben Perrin in The Sun, reposted to New York Post

Bisexuality is booming, with the number of people who bed men and women more than doubling, a study says.

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