Susan McPherson

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Doing What We Can – The reFRESH

Photo by Neil Thomas on Unsplash

Photo by Neil Thomas Written by Jackson Bird This week we’re looking to our past, acknowledging where problems persist, and doing what we can to make change in a positive direction. What we’re checking out… Our top recommendation this week is The New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project. Every essay, photo series, and poem is worth absorbing […]

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This Newsletter Is Not About The Debates– The reFRESH

Art via Becca Rea-Holloway Written by Jackson Bird This week we scoured the web for anything not about the Democratic Primary Debates. Yes, we all watched to stay informed and many of our speakers had excellent commentary (check out their tweets), but at this point we all need to refresh our minds with other news. What we’re […]

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We’re #HereToStay – The reFRESH

Art by Jane Beaird, via Women’s March Written by Jackson Bird This week we’re standing with Ilhan Omar, lifting up larger conversations surrounding the racist attacks she and other congresswomen have faced, and trying to stay cool in this emotionally and meterologically heated climate. What we’re checking out… Though it can be draining to keep up […]

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One Month Isn’t Enough – The reFRESH

Art by Kooyrigs, in collaboration with Sona Avedikian Written by Jackson Bird Women’s History Month is coming to a close so we’re looking back on some highlights from the past few weeks that you might’ve missed. What we’re checking out… Vogue Arabia closed out Women’s History Month by debuting their April issue and, for the first […]

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The Fyre Festival of College Admissions – The reFRESH

Illustration by Elliot Stokes for Teen Vogue Written by Jackson Bird This week we’re discussing how some wealthy individuals said the quiet part out loud about college admissions. What we’re checking out… By now you’ve certainly heard about the college admissions scandal in which several wealthy and famous individuals employed various illegal schemes to get their children […]

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