Wednesday Links!

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Recommended Reading:

Rebecca Solnit at Lithub: [Content Note: Descriptions of many examples of Trump Regime malice and bigotry] Why the President Must Be Impeached

(You may wonder why I am linking this piece, given my feelings about impeaching Trump only to hand over the keys to Pence, and it is because Solnit is smart enough to realize that we cannot settle back into familiar grooves of indifference if that were to happen: "The path to impeachment is one of engaging civil society in taking back our country from the crooks, in pressing politicians to take a clear stand on this regime, and in setting a precedent that we will not accept a corrupt, unaccountable administration, not this one, not any that may follow.")

Lucas Niewenhuis at SupChina: [CN: Human rights atrocity] China's Re-Education Camps for a Million Muslims: What Everyone Needs to Know

Jazmine Ulloa at the LA Times: California Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Overhaul of Bail System, Saying Now 'Rich and Poor Alike Are Treated Fairly'

Tasneem Nashrulla at BuzzFeed: [CN: Sex crimes] Several Women Say Airlines Don't Take Their Complaints About Men Masturbating Next to Them Seriously

Michelle Allison at the Fat Nutritionist: [CN: Discussion of disordered eating] The Unbearable Vulnerability of Eating Enough

Brian Gallagher at Nautilus: Forget Everything You Think You Know About Time

James Crugnale at Earther: [CN: Animal harm] A Fight over Killing Bobcats Is Raging Across the Midwest

E. Alex Jung at Vulture: The Protagonist: After Decades in Supporting Parts, Emmy Nominee Sandra Oh Plays the Hero in Killing Eve

Kia Morgan-Smith at the Grio: Kerry Washington Releases Second Makeup Collection with Neutrogena and We Want Everything

Knvul Sheikh at Inverse: Therapy Dogs Have an Important Role on College Campuses, Says Expert

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