ICYMI: This Week in Blogs

Here’s some of the stuff I read this week:

“Why the deaths of Latinos at the hands of police haven’t drawn as much attention” by L.A. Times writers Nicole Santa Cruz, Ruben Vines and Marisa Gerber

“Native Americans Get Shot By Cops at an Astonishing Rate” by Mother Jones writer AJ Vicens

“From Times Square to the Capitol, Apache Protesters Fight U.S. Land Swap with Mining Company” by New York Times writer Andre Revkin

“This New Study Explains Why White People Deny Their Privilege” by Mic writer Julie Zeilinger

“The Quiet Clash Between Transgender Women And Drag Queens” by ThinkProgress writer Zack Ford

“Celebrating the Forgotten Stories Behind #BlackMuslimRamadan” by NBC  writer Khorri Atkinson

“Trans Formation: Remmbering Comics’ Fantastical Gender-Fluid Characters” by ComicsAlliance writer Elle Collins

“Ta-Nehisi Coates woke me up: Lessons on race, atheism and my white privilege” by Salon writer Greg M. Epstein

“You May Know Me from Such Roles as Terrorist #4” by GQ writer Jon Ronson

“Castelessness: The Pathology of Desi Twitter” by Media Diversified writer Sujay Sabnis

“Why is the New York Times Rendering the Suicide Deaths of Asian American Students Invisible?” by Jenn from Reappropriate

“Blaxicans of L.A.”: capturing two cultures in one” by L.A. Times writer Ebony Bailey

“A Place To Belong for a Hapa Child With Down Syndrome” by Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center writer Jisun Lee

“How the Legacy of Slavery Affects Black Americans Today” by TIME writer New York University’s Alma Carten for The Conversation

“O’Malley Debuts Criminal Justice Reform Plan” by Ebony’s Senior Editor Jamilah Lemieux

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