Monday Links!

This list o' links brought to you by pizza.

Recommended Reading:

Junot Díaz at the New Yorker: [Content Note: Sexual violence; self-harm] The Silence: The Legacy of Childhood Trauma

Oprah Winfrey at 60 Minutes: [CN: Lynching; video + complete transcript] Inside the Memorial to Victims of Lynching

Leena Pendharkar at the Daily Beast: [CN: Risk of lost pregnancy] The Pregnancy Film That Every Republican Needs to See

Kimberly Yam at the Huffington Post: [CN: Nativism] The U.S. Just Quietly Deported the Largest Group of Cambodians Ever

Kelly Lawler at USA Today: [CN: Racism; video may autoplay at link] The Simpsons Offers a Toothless Response to Criticisms of Apu and Racist Stereotyping

Brian Kahn at Earther: Activists Score a Victory as Canada's Biggest Pipeline Project Goes on Hold

Vivian Kane at the Mary Sue: [CN: Victim-blaming; misogyny; mansplaining] Tony Robbins Offers a Flimsy Apology for His Irresponsible Attacks on the #MeToo Movement

Rae Paoletta at Inverse: These Common Spring Plants Are Also Extremely Dangerous for Pets

Nick Holmes at his eponymous blog: Opportunity Not Missed

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