Monday, May 22, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/22/23)

Today is Monday! I'm traveling, so I wrote this last week. Back to normal on Wednesday!

Ron DeSantis Signs Law Allowing Trans Kids to Be Taken From Their Families (New Republic)

Trump May Have Just Cooked Himself in the Mar-a-Lago Case (Slate)

As G-7 approaches, Japan remains an outlier on LGBTQ rights (WaPo)

Why the lack of housing in NH? New map of local zoning offers answers. (NH Bulletin)

How do you get equal health care for all? A huge new database holds clues (NPR)

Native American remains discovered at Dartmouth College spark calls for accountability (NHPR)

Jordyn Zimmerman is redefining communication as a nonspeaking advocate for disability rights (The 19th*)

Martha Stewart, 81, becomes oldest Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model (The Guardian)

For New England farmers, silvopasture could be a key adaptation to a changing climate (WBUR)

Black Hole Hurtling Through Space Leaves a Trail of Stars in Its Wake (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

The War on Poverty Is Over. Rich People Won. (The Atlantic)

A Tech Industry Pioneer Sees a Way for the U.S. to Lead in Advanced Chips (NYT)

North Carolina beach houses have fallen into the ocean. Is there a fix? (WaPo)

Realmuto is undisputed king of catching guys stealing (MLB)

Magic, Memory, and Power: The Storytelling Brilliance of Isabel Allende (Tor)

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