Social isolation, racial distrust, distrust of institutions, extreme political polarization—these familiar problems have arguably become existential challenges. But they have also opened up space for a renewed focus on matters of personal and civic virtue, civil society, social capital, and community."
Views on the news, delivered so smooth.
With creative endeavours these days, we need to be quite militant
In portraying others' lived experience, we can't be too vigilant
If you want to write about someone who isn't identical to you
You must get the official go-ahead from representatives of that crew
A Dog's Journey,
for example, I must demand its removal...
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This week, Greg Ellis reads
I Was the Mob Until the Mob Came for Me
, Barrett Wilson’s essay about how he went from being a respected social justice crusader to driving for a food delivery app after being targeted by online activists on Twitter.