READING! “My” for Friday, June 5th

Happy Friday!

Another week slides by as a dozen weeks ago today was Friday, March 13th – the day from which I’m counting the Pandemic Period.

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

The World in Prayer updated their weekly prayer yesterday.

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

James Hohmann is a thoughtful, sincere (but not preachy) experienced reporter who continues to be on the scene in the D.C. protests.

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, Friday June 5th You can bookmark this link!

Here’s some links to particularly interesting articles you’ll find on today’s “My”.

“10 Novels by Black Authors You Can Read to Better Understand the Black Experience”

Coronavirus: Doctor Dramatizes COVID-19 Hospital Stories in New Podcast”

Planning for Climate Change on This World Environment Day”

“How One Educator Uses ‘Digital Playgrounds’ to Boost On-line Engagement”

Moving Toward a Socio-Emotional Learning Culture”

These are just a sample of the stories you’ll find near the top of today’s “My” Lately, I’ve begun editing the stories shortly after the new edition is generated each day at about 11 am EDT. I move to the top the stories which I find the most interesting!

There’s a link above which references World Environment Day, so I’ll close with these three articles which connect today’s UN remembrance and the on-going actions in the U.S. streets:

African Americans and Climate Change”

Climate Change in the African American Community”

“People of Color Are on the Front Lines of the Climate Crisis”

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