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The New York Times + Magazine

The rich kids who want to tear down capitalism
When the world shut down, some people with disabilites saw it open
Abortion access in Mississippi happens one person at a time
Jason Polan sketches a city in perpetual motion

The Outline (RIP)

Sex workers protest a post-Backpage world (audio feature)
The prescription abortion pill we could have, but don’t
Why some sex work is moving to blockchain payments
Say goodbye to your happy plantation narrative
This font I hate is coming back in style
Ed Lee sold out San Francisco
The Great 78 Project is preserving our sonic past (audio feature)
America’s long, shameful history of sterilizing prisoners
How Fred Perry polos came to symbolize hate

The Columbia Journalism Review

Does reporting on panic buying fuel panic buying?
How YouTube reactionaries are breaking the new media
The troll brigade berates laid-off journalists
Edits tests are out of control, say journalists in search of jobs

Gothamist

Trans New Yorkers rally against “stop and frisk for trans women”
NYC sex workers rally in Albany for decrim bills

Resident Advisor

Breaking Through: Bergsonist
Resistance, protest, and joy at Brooklyn’s Melting Point

The Baffler

Home/work: a review of Megan K. Stack’s Women’s Work        
Pity the conservative consumer watchdog

[misc]

Sex workers want 2020’s Democrats to take them seriously (Teen Vogue)
Channeling the archangels for an audience of millions (Digg)
BoJack Horseman helped me confront my father’s Alzheimer’s (BuzzFeed)
With Naive, Inês Coutinho wants to open up dance music (Bandcamp Daily)
The unusual history of Oakland’s bird sanctuary islands (Atlas Obscura)
A weekend of Nazi dress-up fun in Trump country (Splinter)
Flappers didn’t really wear fringe dresses (Racked)