A reporter covering the protests in Portland reflects on fear and trauma, police violence, and her voice as a journalist.‘I Mostly Feel Like My Voice Matters’: A Portland Journalist on Protests, Police Violence, and Enduring Trauma — Longreads
Brutality and resistance on the front lines of Hong Kong’s battle for democracy. Lauren Hilgers Brutality and resistance on the front lines of Hong Kong’s battle for democracy.By the time Grace¹ arrived at Hong Kong Polytechnic University in November 2019, she had forgotten the date and the day of the week—the longer she spent protesting,…Do You Hear the People Sing? — The Atavist Magazine
Bilingual essayist, engineer, and podcaster Artur Piszek offers a step-by-step guide on podcasting.Starting Your Own Podcast on WordPress.com — The WordPress.com Blog
“During the day, MDP Circle is a dreamy little slice of what could be without the tyrannical hand of the state. At night, the police gas and shoot anyone gathered there. The oscillation between joy and terror is exhausting.”Finding Jesus in the Tear Gas — Discover
Neuroscience News research articles cover neurology, psychology, AI, brain science, mental health, robotics and cognitive sciences in a free, open access magazine.Neuroscience News — Discover
Learn best practices to create an education website that’s accessible to diverse audiences.Expert Advice: How to Build an Accessible Education Website on WordPress.com — The WordPress.com Blog
In and around Los Angeles, natural and man-made disasters have been inextricable for almost two centuries.Fire/Flood: A Southern California Pastoral — Longreads
A blog about medieval food, with recipes to bring the past to life! Fourteenth-century mushroom pasties anyone?