Saturday, May 20, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/20/23)

Today is Saturday! I'm traveling, so I set this up a few days ago and it won't reflect recent news. Back to normal on Wednesday!

Rebuilding Ukraine’s Cultural Sector Will Require Nearly $7 Billion, UNESCO Says (Smithsonian)

Judge finds Weare teen who participated in racist graffiti violated NH civil rights law (NHPR)

Oklahoma officials recorded making racist and threatening remarks (The Guardian)

Florida is investigating a teacher who showed a Disney movie with a gay character (NPR)

IRS audits Black taxpayers more often than other groups, agency confirms (WaPo)

Heat Will Likely Soar to Record Levels in Next 5 Years, New Analysis Says (NYT)

SNAP work requirements don’t get more people working – but they do limit availability of food aid (NH Bulletin)

Arm Injuries Have Increased, and It Might Be the Pitch Clock’s Fault (Baseball Prospectus)

Things Just Keep Getting Worse for Beyond Meat (The Takeout)

With coveted wood facing restrictions, musicians who use bows face a choice (NHPR)

And some longer reads:

Why Ron DeSantis Is Limping to the Starting Line (NYT)

Not just development: Why farm directors are hyping their players on Twitter (The Athletic)

Can Intelligence Be Separated From the Body? (NYT)

The Live Oak Tree Has Withstood the Ravages of History (Smithsonian)

20 Must-Read Indigenous Historical Fiction Books Set in North America (Book Riot)

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