Monday, June 10, 2013

0 What We're Reading Today (6-10-13)

First and foremost, congrats to Jameelah on her NEW JOB!

Second, sorry for the delay.  This is basically a "What we've been reading the past few days because my tabs are so cluttered."  There is a lot of fascinating business in the news though ranging from the NSA, to the George Zimmerman (Trayvon Martin) trial, on to more shootings in the US, and the happenings in Gezi Park.

Battleground America: One nation, under the gun - New Yorker
Jill Lepore

Sean, Oscar, and Trayvon - The Nation
Mychal Denzel Smith

What's Really on Trial in George Zimmerman's Case? - Color Lines
Eric Mann

ULTRA-magnetic FCs: The Soccer Fans at the Heart of Turkey's Uprising - The Nation
Dave Zirin

J.D. Speaker Josie Helen Duffy speaks at Harvard Law 2013 Commencement - YouTube
Josie Hellen Duffy

We're a Movement, Not a Market: What would Pride look like without corporate America's stamp of approval? - The Media
Allison Francis

Has America progressed? - ESPN
Kiese Laymon

How Mayor Emanuel locked the parking meter deal in place - Chicago Reader
Mick Dumke

From 9/11 to PRISM: A Nation Gone Dotty - New Yorker
John Cassidy

Why 'Game of Thrones' Red Wedding packs such an emotional impact - AV Club
Tasha Robinson

Birth of the Surveillance State - The Atlantic
Michael Hirsh

PRISM's Legal Basis: How We Got Here, and What We Can Do to Get Back - The Atlantic
Margot Kaminski

Government Phone Surveillance for Dummies - The Atlantic
Megan Garber

When The Beautiful Game Turns Ugly - ESPN
Wright Thompson

How I Taught Myself to Code in Eight Weeks - Life Hacker
David Sinsky

The Battle for Aleppo - The Nation
James Harkin

John Lewis's Long Fight for Voting Rights - The Nation
Ari Berman


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