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The roundup this week is short and sweet (much like the official haircut of spring, the buzzcut), so please add any links I missed in the comments.

Ryan Wong built a course outline for white artists thinking about race.

A conversation between four Japanese actors who watched Ghost in the Shell.

You saw the Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad, but Ijeoma Oluo tells us what really happens if you give give a cop a Pepsi.

Reading a new report released by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Melissa Gira Grant writes about what human trafficking really looks like and what survivors are doing to end it.

Who owns the trademark for Black Girl Magic? Clover Hope discusses claims to the phrase, the implications of trademarking, and what it might mean for the phrase itself.

A short history of patriarchy’s disdain for the moon; here at GUTS we’re team moon.

Ayana Mathis on having her book chosen for Oprah’s Book Club and what success means for those who come from strugglers.

Check out this music video by youth from Cross Lake First Nation:


After this week’s preliminary hearing it has been determined that the Gerald Stanley, the man who shot Colten Boushie, will stand trial.

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