Since Last We Spoke, 7-30-18

Greeting from Columbia, South Carolina, where I will be working at the National Advocacy Center for the week with some of my very favorite collaborators. I had plenty of airport time in the last 48 hours, and a significant amount of time sitting in an actual airplane during that time (about 11ish total hours), so aside from watching movies–lots of movies–I read plenty. Here’s what caught my eye since last we spoke:

This Ronan Farrow longread on sexual misconduct by Les Moonves at CBS (you can also listen to the story via the link)

The rage I feel about this story (and even more so at the President’s heartless tweet in response)

White fragility

SASCA getting some love in the press; proud to have supported that effort

Remember her name: Nia Wilson

It was the online version of road rage

The whole conspiracy behind the story is bonkers

Love this story–good job, Air Force


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