Friday Five – June 12, 2020

Some things that moved me this week:

What I’m listening to:

Insights at the Edge – Sarah Blondin: Kneeling at the Doorway of Your Heart

The Rich Roll Podcast #525: America’s Overdue (R)evolution

1619 Podcast by the New York Times (Continued from last week. I’ve learned a ton from this podcast).

What I’m watching:

Selma on Amazon Prime

Dear White People on Netflix (Continued from last week. There’s three seasons).

Queer Eye on Netflix, because Season 5 is out and I need to laugh. Shit’s been heavy. Although, I must admit this show somehow always manages to make me cry as well. (Happy tears).

What I’m reading:

Trump In Tulsa: On The American Amusement Park For Black Trauma by R. Eric Thomas for Elle

Welcome to the Anti-Racist Movement – Here’s What You’ve Missed by Ijeoma Olua, Medium

The Subtle Linguistics of Polite White Supremacy by Yawo Brown, Medium

When 511 Epidemiologists Expect to Fly, Hug and Do 18 Other Everyday Activities Again by By Margot Sanger-Katz, Claire Cain Miller and Quoctrung Bui for the New York Times

Quote I’m pondering:

“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” – Maya Angelo

Photo of the week:

I noticed a bird’s nest in the apple tree in our backyard this week, so I grabbed a ladder to have a peek. I had to reach my arm up and take this photo blindly so I was surprised how lovely it turned out! I had no idea robins’ eggs were blue! So beautiful.


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