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I don't have many promises to give. I plan to be helter-skelter. I plan to be rebellious. I plan to break the rules. Sometimes you will find my musings on the world, on politics, on Christianity, on social justice. Sometimes you will find a fiction
Discourse.blog is an independent blog/newsletter about politics and culture from a left-wing perspective started in March 2020. We have been described by readers as “good” and “a joy to receive in my inbox each day.” That could be you, too.
There are tens of millions of Americans who aren’t on the hard left or the hard right who feel that the world has gone mad. Science is at the mercy of politics. Identity trumps ideas. In the name of progress, art is erased and history is rewritten.
Covers a very eclectic mix of topics, often having to do with sociotechnical transformations, but also cities, systems, hybrids, the environment, history, scifi, design, and many other ideas that matter. Feed your curiosity & make better sense of...
What matters in global education - and why Subscribers will get four newsletters a month. That’s direct from my reporter’s notebook to your inbox, a breakdown of the most important developments in international education. Simply put, it’s the...
essaying is Tressie McMillan Cottom’s newsletter about reading, writing and public life. Readers can sign up to have a Tressie essay delivered directly to their inbox for free, just as soon as it is fresh out the oven. These Big Reads are
An eclectic and eccentric newsletter focused around divergent thinking and education.
At Highbrow, we are always hungry for more knowledge. The idea Highbrow first came to us when we felt like there was a huge knowledge gap between what we were learning from the media and real textbook knowledge. And like most modern peo…
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