What We’re Reading 10/21/16
Welcome to What We’re Reading. This is where we share articles and other media that have impacted our contributors. If you’ve read a great article that is worth sharing, send it over to Aaron
Interesting story about two older ladies who are passionate about the criminal justice system in Tulsa and greater Oklahoma.
Have you visited the new Central Library? If not, maybe this weekend is the perfect time to go?
“Poverty up close is so much more intricate and unpredictable than the picture of poverty you get from the grand national debates.” If you read one article this week, make it this one. And read all the way to the end.
This is an incredible story about a janitor and Georgetown student. It’s amazing that happens when we notice other people.
This whole article is really good, but the four pieces of advice a the end of “my teen would never do that” are really helpful.
Do you interact with any twenty-year-olds? This article on the importance and practice of empathy is really important.
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