This week, we’re sharing stories from Sam Biddle, Leah Sottile, Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson, Megan I. Gannon, and Justin Brake.
Sam Biddle | The Intercept | July 5, 2021 | 12,142 words
“The rise and fall of the ultimate doomsday prepper.”
Leah Sottile | High Country News | July 1, 2021 | 6,150
“A story about a community divided, about extremism and bigotry, about powerful people who try on a working-class identity like a costume.”
Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson | The Washington Post Magazine | July 12, 2021 | 6,114 words
“We have taken Native lands and tried to eradicate Indigenous societies, yet it’s not only what we’ve done to the living that is so deplorable. It’s what we’ve done, and continue to do, to the dead.”
Megan I. Gannon | Popular Science | June 29, 2020 | 2,620 words
Venus is similar to Earth in size and composition, but extreme conditions made it a hellscape. Devoted researchers want to know what caused the planets’ wildly divergent paths. Now they finally have their chance.
Justin Brake | Maisonneuve | June 29, 2021 | 7,269 words
“TallBear, a citizen of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate in South Dakota, says thinking about building healthy relations instead of solidifying an identity is a more ethical approach for those trying to make sense of their Indigenous ancestry.”