Looking for solace this week in our tumultuous world, and finding it in the writing of Roxane Gay, Teju Cole, Samantha Power, and more...
This week we're sitting, we're breathing, and we're mindfully surviving the first week of classes.
A daunting week, but we continue to read on. This week we dig into the land of Kush, continuing mistreatment of migrants, and the Mysteries of Haditha.
Welcome to the third installment of Corrie's Weekend Reading List. Among other things, this week I'm pondering how to be my own light in the darkness.
A new weekend means a new list of articles, essays, and books to read! I don't know about you all, but this week felt a bit heavy for me. So finding time to read was definitely a nice escape from it all.
As New York has come out of the fog of the pandemic, I find I'm finally able to read again. It's a passion I didn't realize I could lose, but for a while there I couldn't look at a book. Join me as I rediscover the joy of reading essays and books that intrigue and challenge me.
The country is in need of fundamental change, not small police reforms.
Like all of us, Murtada's role has changed in the face of the Coronavirus. Now he's helping to lead a grassroots movement to respond to the Coronavirus in the refugee camps in eastern Chad.
As we all stay at home, our minds wander, often to places they found the most joy. Mine was the Oregon Coast, and the summer of "The Game."
As I am quarantined during the coronavirus pandemic, I had the chance to look back on old family letters from the 1918 flu pandemic.