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Over 20,000 Haitians have moved to Brazil since the devastating earthquake. @emilygogolak on a refugee crisis:
Are liberals killing art? @alexrossmusic responds to Jed Perl’s provocative @tnr article:
“Militarizing stripper cops doesn’t make them any sexier.” Today’s daily cartoon:
Is one year really enough time to encourage domestic food production in Russia? Masha Lipman on Putin’s ban:
From #TNYarchive: @OliverSacks asks what Temple Grandin’s experience can tell us about the enigma of autism
“G.M.O. labels may be a political necessity, but they make no scientific sense,” @specterm argues:
Slide Show: Christian Weber’s photographs show the different shapes that fireworks can produce
“He is pro-joy and anti-snobbery; his writing delights.” @asarahlarson on @rocking_bob's new pop-music tome
“The black body comes pre-judged, & as a result it is placed in needless jeopardy.” @tejucole re-reads James Baldwin:
Are economic sanctions on Russia hurting Europe?
In the magazine this week, Christopher Beam explores why Chinese patients are turning against their doctors:
Slide Show: How artists are redefining smartphone photography
A “disruption candidate” in Silicon Valley: @andrewmarantz profiles @RoKhannaUSA
RT @NewYorkerVideo: @sfj looks at the expanding sound of country music:
.@jaycaspiankang on the debate over having white protesters in #Ferguson:
From #TNYarchive: @Atul_Gawande recommends “An Anthropologist On Mars,” @OliverSacks’s 1993 profile of Temple Grandin
Masha Lipman asks: Will Putin’s ban on food imports hurt Russia?
“To be a stranger is to be looked at, but to be black is to be looked at especially.” @tejucole re-reads Baldwin:
.@tnyshouts: How to Pick a Good Summer Read
.@nate_lavey and @jaycaspiankang explore the history of the vocoder—part military technology, part musical instrument

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