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Tracy Clayton’s soul-baring account of how she overcame the stigma of psych meds to treat her debilitating anxiety is a BuzzFeed gem.
Ok, this isn’t so much reading as it is watching, but at Fusion, Anna Holmes takes interactive media to an important new level on this collaboration with anti-street harassment artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh.
If you’re a Joni Mitchell fan, as we are, you may find yourself occasionally cringing while reading Carl Swanson’s riveting New York profile of the artist, as she reveals she is as crazy as she is brilliant.
This New York Times piece about the Equal Justice Initiatives report of forgotten Black lives and the terror they endured will leave you speechless.
Amanda Hess does some A+ reporting for Slate, examining how universities are struggling with how to differentiate between consensual sex and assault when booze is involved.
This heartbroken account from murdered Muslim Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha’s best friend on Fusion includes a foreboding encounter with the neighbor that ended the Chapel Hill student’s life.
Wu’s first-person telling of her terrifying encounters with Gamergate, will make you appreciate her courage and sacrifices even more, whether or not you play video games.
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