Friday Links!

This list o' links brought to you by strawberries.

Recommended Reading:

Blue Telusma at the Grio: [Content Note: Racism] Black Man Racially Profiled Trying to Return Items to Hobby Lobby, Even Though He Had a Receipt

Charline Jao at the Mary Sue: Amber Ruffin's "Minute of Fury" Against Roseanne and White People Calling the Cops Is Spectacular

Kayleigh Donaldson at Pajiba: Whitney Cummings Exits as Roseanne Showrunner

Megh Wright at Vulture: Check out a New Trailer for Michelle Wolf's Weekly Netflix Series The Break

("Hey, Liss — did you intend for us to read that first item and get righteously angry, then read the second item and pump our fists in solidarity with Amber Ruffin's perfect jeremiad against white people calling the cops because they're racist assholes, then read the third item and decide that Whitney Cummings should be canceled once and for fucking all for empowering the white supremacy that feeds the aforementioned, then read the fourth item and realize there are much better people than Whitney Cummings who deserve our attention, like Michelle Wolf, who happens to be friends with Amber Ruffin, who appears in the trailer for her show whoa?" Yes. Yes, I did.)

Ira Madison III at the Daily Beast: [CN: Sexual assault; violence] Catfish Host Nev Schulman Already Has a History of Assault

Sabeena Akhtar at Media Diversified: 'What Ramadan Means to Me': Muslim Women on the Month of Fasting and Prayer

Harriet Ryan, Matt Hamilton, and Paul Pringle at the LA Times: [CN: Sexual assault] A USC Gynecologist Was Accused of Assaulting His Patients for Years; the University Let Him Continue Treating Students

Mary von Aue at Inverse: Earth Shatters Climate Record, Sending Planet Toward 'Worst Case Scenario'

Brian Kahn at Earther: [CN: Moving GIF at link] A Rare Cyclone Is About to Hit Somalia

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