Wednesday Links!

This list o' links brought to you by snow. So much snow.

Recommended Reading:

Lauren Gambino at the Guardian: Carmen Yulín Cruz, Six Months After Hurricane Maria: 'I Did What Had to Be Done'

Sung Yeon Choimorrow at Reappropriate: Why NIFLA v. Becerra Is a Watershed Moment for Women of Color

Fannie Wolfe at Fannie's Room: What Is Cambridge Analytica's Impact on Mental Health?

Kenrya Rankin at Colorlines: Advocacy Groups Push FBI, DHS to Release Full Info on Surveillance of Black Activists

Kashmira Gander at Towleroad: [Content Note: Transphobia] Ben Carson: Homeless Transgender People Make Others Uncomfortable

Sue Kerr at Pgh Lesbian Correspondents: [CN: Transphobia; misogyny] IUP Assigns First Amendment Hawk to Female Led Religious Studies Class

Rachel Hoge at Dame: [CN: Disablism; misogyny] What Do You Call a Woman with a Speech Disability? Invisible.

Anne Branigin at the Root: Meet the Trailblazing Black Scientist Twitter Helped Identify from a Single Photograph

Princess Weekes at the Mary Sue: [CN: Racism] Hollywood Should Embrace, Not Fear Black Panther's Success

Sarah Sloat at Inverse: Newly Named 'Coral Reef Twilight Zone' Is Full of Fish Nobody Has Ever Seen

Mike Shanahan at Nautilus: Why Forests Give You Awe

Grown and Curvy Woman: 4 Trends to Try This Spring

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