Friday Links!

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Recommended Reading:

Kate Marvel at Scientific American: [Content Note: Misogyny; abuse] The People Who Could Have Done Science Didn't

Katie Heaney at the Cut: [CN: Rape culture] Almost No One Is Falsely Accused of Rape

Leah Silvieus at Hyphen: [CN: Racism] Fledging Dreams of Belonging

Michelle Boorstein at the Washington Post: Pastor-Activist William J. Barber Wins $625,000 MacArthur Genius Grant

Jason Burke at the Guardian: [CN: Sexual violence] Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Campaigners Against Sexual Violence: Dr. Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad

Emma Betuel at Inverse: A Bitter Soccer Rivalry Reveals What Bias Looks Like in the Brain

Sam Anderson at the New York Times: The Ultimate Sitcom: The Good Place

Corey at Celebitchy: Nick Offerman Didn't Want to Be One of Those Men Complaining About Their Wives

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