This week, we’re sharing stories from Sasha Issenberg, Libby Copeland, Jamilah King, Berry Grass, and Dayna Evans.
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Sasha Issenberg | New York Magazine | November 14, 2018 | 25 minutes (6,466 words)
As partisan divides in the U.S. grow into partisan chasms, maybe it’s time for a trial separation.
Libby Copeland | Esquire | November 18, 2018 | 24 minutes (6,115 words)
Six years after a mass shooting at the local high school, Libby Copeland visits with survivors and observes various ways they live and cope with lasting trauma.
Jamilah King | Mother Jones | November 16, 2018 | 16 minutes (4,144 words)
“Peoples Temple was a hugely influential part of black San Francisco at one time, embedded so deeply that middle schoolers like my mom took time to check it out.”
Berry Grass | Barrelhouse | November 19, 2018 | 11 minutes (2,904 words)
Berry Grass examines the barriers we build around our true selves and the ones that others erect for us.
Dayna Evans | Eater | November 19, 2018 | 21 minutes (5,300 words)
Bread-making wasn’t really in need of disruption, but that’s never stopped Silicon Valley before.