April 21: On a Related Note

The media that impacted my week.

Podcast: Tim Ferriss interviews Gretchen Rubin.

Book: The Power. Haven’t looked up commentary online but will say I disagree with the premise that if women were in power, we’d be just as bad as men.

Blog: Do bad parents cause bad kids? from Autism in Our Nest.

Podcast: Cecile Richards on Call Your Girlfriend talks about her new book Making Trouble.

Article: Choosing not to have an abortion is pro-choice.

The Root: Don’t be the racist white person calling the cops on a black person.

Article: Comey book review from a friend.

Autism In Our Nest: What it’s like to have a brother with autism.

Podcast: James Comey on Fresh Air.

5 comments

  1. Thank you for the shout out!
    I have “The Power” on my to read list on Goodreads – I am intrigued by the concept – If the power in the world was shifted from men to women – and men were no longer ever a threat to women…..? I agree with your thought, I would just like to see how the author explores gender differences.
    I read The Root article as well – Earlier this year I read “Between the World and Me” by Coates. The book is a letter he writes to his son about growing up black in the US. It reminded me of the article and I would recommend the book. A quote from the book: “But you are a black boy, and you must be responsible for your body in a way that other boys cannot know. Indeed, you must be responsible for the worst actions of other black bodies, which, somehow, will always be assigned to you. And you must be responsible for the bodies of the powerful—the policeman who cracks you with a nightstick will quickly find his excuse in your furtive movements.”

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