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electoral-affairs
🗳 Electoral Affairs, Human Rights, Democracy.
what-you-need-to-know
I share the funniest jokes and clips I find every week, with you.
stark-realities-with-brian-mcglinchey
Invigoratingly unorthodox perspectives for intellectually honest readers
politically-invisible-asians
The fastest-growing, yet politically invisible Asian-American
the-democracy-group
The latest in democracy, civic engagement, and civil discourse.
five-things
Five great articles to read each Sunday
inkcap
Nature, ecology and conservation in the UK.
the-envy-list
Curious weekly reads for deep feelers & thinkers.
bloomberg
Delivering business and markets news, data, analysis, and video to the world
the-weekly-environment-roundup
What you need to know, what to act on, and what to smile about.
irregular-thoughts
Exposing a lack of clarity in regular thinking …
winno
Politics, tech, and business news built for mobile.
the-lucretia-report-week-in-review
The most important stories of the week, every week
chicago-public-square
Essential reading for people who care about Chicago
defender
Inside the Global Environmental Justice Movement
know-all-sides
We curate articles to bring you both sides of an argument.
the-conversation
Fact-based journalism written by experts
730dc
Connecting Washingtonians to their city, to its communities, and to one another
protests-worldwide-newsletter
Dynamics and developments of worldwide protest movements across cases.
letdown-comedy
Thinking about comedy in disappointing times.
the-green-fix
Climate action for the environmentally-curious in Europe and beyond
the-big-con
The intersection of marketing and propaganda
dispatches-from-exile
National Security, Foreign Policy, Politics
the-highlighter
The best of the week on race, education, and culture
the-mexican-globalist
An insightful view of Mexico in the Foreign Press
california-sun
All of the must-read news about the Golden State in one place
international-intrigue
Irreverent & insightful foreign affairs analysis by two former diplomats