Sunday Reads: June 7
It’s raining, so lots of reading for you.
Montana Free Press: Where do we grow from here?
Foreign Affairs: The pandemic does not spell the end for cities
New Yorker: How the protests have changed the pandemic
Foreign Affairs: How the coronavirus sows civil conflict
Smithsonian Magazine: The schoolteacher who sparked America’s craft brew revolution
Pew Research Center: Views of racial inequality in America
The New York Times: What will college be like in the fall?
Kaiser Health News: Tear-gassing protesters during an infectious outbreak ‘A recipe for disaster’
The Hechinger Report: Hundreds of thousands of students still can’t access online learning
The New York Times: Genes May Leave Some People More Vulnerable to Severe Covid-19
The New York Times: Pandemic could scar a generation of working mothers
The New York Times: Some Japanese whiskies aren’t from Japan. Some aren’t even whisky.
The New York Times: Trump, citing pandemic, moves to weaken two key environmental protections
The New York Times: Facebook employees stage virtual walkout to protest Trump posts
The Atlantic: The real threats to America’s cities