Saturday, May 6, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (5/6/23)

Today is Saturday!

Proud Boys Enrique Tarrio, 3 others guilty of Jan. 6 seditious conspiracy (WaPo)

The great Roxane Gay: Making People Uncomfortable Can Now Get You Killed (NYT)

‘Threats are increasing’: the EU official on a mission to protect media freedom (The Guardian)

Not Every Man Will Be As Dumb As Marcus Silva (Slate)

The best picket signs of the Hollywood writers' strike (NPR)

Good! Illinois to Become First State to Ban Book Bans (Book Riot)

Also good: Maine Bar changes application questions about mental health after a discrimination complaint (Maine Public)

This is ridiculous: After advancing historic marker for Concord-born activist, state offers to remove it (NHPR)

‘Spreading faster than ever’: Bangladesh’s tea pickers have world’s highest rate of leprosy (The Guardian)

Relatable: These Lizards Stress-Eat When Loud Military Aircraft Fly Overhead (Smithsonian)

And some longer reads:

Kremlin Blasts Were Real. The Rest Is Hazy, Maybe Intentionally. (NYT)

Clarence Thomas Had a Child in Private School. Harlan Crow Paid the Tuition. (ProPublica)

Behind Trump’s musical tribute to some of the most violent Jan. 6 rioters (WaPo)

Why baseball's next unionization effort could come from MLB front offices: 'We're not protected at all' (CBS Sports)

How An Obsession with Raptors and An Obscure Event From History Inspired an Environmental Thriller (CrimeReads)

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