Sunday Reading: 3 Recommendations

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Every week I come across articles that I find interesting and that I think you all here at Political⚡Charge might enjoy as well. Here are this week’s recommendations.

Three Generations Of Women From The Same Family Took On Three Dictators Over Half A Century

This is an inspiring story about activism. Three women from the same family found their way to activism in Sudan, and each in their own way. The role of education, the importance of the voices of women, the triumphs and setbacks–its all here.

What Is White Privilege, Really?

I see folks expressing that they want to be better allies for people of color. An understanding of what white privilege is, and isn’t, is crucial. The article ends with some tips on what people can do once they fully understand white privilege.

When Medical Debt Collectors Decide Who Gets Arrested

This is an eye opening report from ProPublica, who does in-depth reporting on abuses of power. I don’t think anyone can read these stories out of just one small town in Kansas and not recognize that these things are happening all over the country. Our country’s healthcare system needs to be improved, stat.

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