READING! “My” for Thursday, June 4th

Hey! I’m back today for this daily feature. If you’d like to know why I was unable to post yesterday, check out my Pandemic Photo O’ Day from yesterday and you’ll see why!

Before sharing the list usual list of links, I want to share this one, which you’ll find also on today’s “My”

“Pods With Friends: An Inexhaustive Primer for Racial Justice Edition”

If you’re white (like I am) there’s an essential next step to take if you’ve already begun to speak out against racial injustice. This is to listen to black voices telling their stories. And this link, via a set of podcast episodes is one way to begin to do this.

I’m going to continue my education via this list. How about you too?

Here’s the excellent sources that I feature each day – The Week and the Five Things to Know Today

The Conversation

Good News Network site

Creighton U. Daily Reflections

This podcast – The Daily 202 Big Idea by The Washington Post. – is the first that I listen to each day as it’s a ten minute overview of three stories plus one Big Idea for the day.

And later in the day I listen to the Good News Ride Home – highly recommended especially as the links posted in their “show notes” are always top notch!

And here’s the link (which stays the same each day) to “My”

The Ed Tech Emergent Daily, Wednesday June 4th You can bookmark this link!

Here are links to just some of the relevant articles found in today’s “My”

“The Headlines That Are Covering Up Police Violence”

Let’s Salute Our Teachers With a Deeper Understanding of What ‘Education'” Is.”

Best of the Best: The Finalists in the NPR Student Podcast Challenge”

“Three Ways to Bridge Divided Communities”

“Why Meditation Should Be Taught in Schools”

“World Health Groups Call For a Green Coronavirus Recovery”

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