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The truth buried beneath the surface: Your weekly guide to the best in books, by @mylmarche: http://on.theatln.tc/FpQyTyF
RT @jpinsk: A lot of things have changed in the past couple weeks. I compiled a bunch of them, and asked some historians how significant…
RT @edyong209: I did an interview with niche publication "The Atlantic" about pandemic reporting, non-pandemic reporting, the time I got a…
In our latest "Behind the Byline" feature, @edyong209 shares what it's like covering the coronavirus pandemic, how he got his journalism start, and the books and shows he's enjoying. http://on.theatln.tc/5IumZhe
The rapid developments of the past couple weeks, writes @jpinsk, demonstrate how quickly changes can be made when those in power have the will to make them. http://on.theatln.tc/oGEOwpK
ADVERTISEMENT: In Spike Lee’s latest movie on @netflix, four African-American veterans return to Vietnam in search of treasure and to pay tribute. They find that the war never ended. #Da5Bloods
“As the nation awaits a vaccine, the government may have no choice but to rely on Big Tech to compensate for its gaps in ability and expertise,” @FranklinFoer writes. http://on.theatln.tc/0lUvFQ8
Sandra and Lisa became friends while pregnant, and then “basically became a family unit,” raising their kids together and even moving in next door to each other. For The Friendship Files, @julieebeck interviews them—and their daughters: http://on.theatln.tc/un0T5TQ
YouTube's top yoga star is as cheerfully anodyne as a summer-camp counselor. In other words, she's exactly what America needs in a pandemic, writes @SandraTsingLoh: http://on.theatln.tc/jT6gBZO
RT @julieebeck: this week’s Friendship Files was a delight — I talked to two best friends whose daughters are best friends too. they grew u…
RT @FranklinFoer: I wrote this piece about how the pandemic has illustrated Big Tech's long-term strategy: It hopes to merge with the state…
"Forget 'Keep America Great' and 'Transition to Greatness.' The Trump team’s real mantra is 'Make the President Feel Secure Again,'" writes @GrahamDavidA: http://on.theatln.tc/uvkzP6J
"Punk provides a kind of perfect buffet of opportunities to imagine yourself different than you really are—more engaged, more angry, more heartbroken." Andrew Martin talks with Thomas Gebremedhin about the role of music in teenage life: http://on.theatln.tc/ZQRJbBv
The big tech companies are eager to help the government respond to the pandemic. What’s in it for them? @FranklinFoer asks. http://on.theatln.tc/YHOBDix
Bill de Blasio's turn from campaigning against racist police tactics to defending the NYPD’s crackdown on protests has disillusioned the city that twice elected him, @russellberman reports: http://on.theatln.tc/xDBCiwU
“I wished I had a cigarette—I wish I smoked cigarettes. This was what they had been designed for, looking cool while waiting for things.” Read a new short story by Andrew Martin: http://on.theatln.tc/bwVzy5H
"The best way for the United States to regain some of its shattered moral authority overseas, and credibly argue that its political system is superior to Beijing’s, is to ensure that the movement sparked by Floyd’s killing succeeds," @PeterBeinart writes. http://on.theatln.tc/hkWSkCH
Hollywood has made many Vietnam War stories over the past 50 years, but very few have dug into the experiences of black servicemen in that conflict. Spike Lee's "Da 5 Bloods"—out on Netflix—is a masterful film that changes that, @davidlsims writes: http://on.theatln.tc/B5seiia
"Despite all the sacrifices of the past months, the virus is likely to win—or perhaps it would be more accurate to say that it already has," @Yascha_Mounk writes: http://on.theatln.tc/66NchCS
After Reddit published a letter in support of Black Lives Matter, its own users called the company out for hypocrisy. Now, they’re asking for real change on a site that has been famous for racism for years, @kait_tiffany reports. http://on.theatln.tc/SET8foI
Rhythmic gymnastics on a British seashore, anti-racism protests across the United States, the funeral procession of George Floyd in Houston, a wildfire in California, idled elephants in Thailand, and much more—via @TheAtlPhoto: http://on.theatln.tc/X5zv7tH
Nothing is so flimsy, so overspun, or so poorly sourced that it cannot be made to look like a scandal by conjuring the specter of a vast media conspiracy that’s repressing it, @helenlewis writes. http://on.theatln.tc/ySTE5MC
The global anti-racism movement is forcing a reckoning with symbols of white supremacy. In the U.S., that means reopening an all-too-familiar conversation about Confederate monuments. The latest Atlantic Daily, by @mimbsy: http://on.theatln.tc/5O1ENb7
“The mere sight of nine humans, sans masks … [was] a balm for the psyche. Then, I began to care about the characters’ daddy issues, professional anxieties, loveless marriages, and fears of rejection.” @msamywallace on watching the YouTube series “Group”: http://on.theatln.tc/055OOGX
"I felt like the movie was somehow destined to be seen right now. It’s about trauma, first responders, how families deal with loss. It’s meant to be funny and emotional and healing," Judd Apatow told @davidlsims of his new film "The King of Staten Island." http://on.theatln.tc/JIqN1TQ
Is it safe to sing? Should we be worried about asymptomatic spread? @jameshamblin answers: http://on.theatln.tc/tPorVbV
"The roles of warrior cop, traffic patroller, and tax collector are bound up in a way that practically guarantees a large number of violent encounters between armed police and civilians," @DKThomp writes: http://on.theatln.tc/c7UquLT
After being clobbered by the Great Recession, young adults are facing yet another economic downturn. Experts worry that it’s going to lead to an even greater rise in suicides, @olgakhazan reports: http://on.theatln.tc/eyuOafp
Coronavirus: Health Care in Brazil's River Communities—via @TheAtlPhoto: http://on.theatln.tc/g2jharn
“To look at QAnon is to see not just a conspiracy theory but the birth of a new religion,” @AdrienneLaF wrote in this month's cover story. http://on.theatln.tc/7FyUqPR
The Biden campaign says Trump's favorite TV network is peddling the Kremlin's lies, @IsaacDovere reports: http://on.theatln.tc/rGk9RWg
Vann R. Newkirk II reflects on what it was like to grow up in an area where Confederate monuments were as much a part of his surroundings as the pine trees: “Part of living in the South ... was partaking in a perpetual reenactment.” http://on.theatln.tc/FSivSgS
The second season of "Ramy" considers how the pursuit of morality often fails without empathy. @_ShamGod writes on the dangers of empty religious performance: http://on.theatln.tc/6nHUuoq
"The Confederate monuments dedicated throughout the South from 1880 to 1930 were never intended to be passive commemorations of a dead past," @kevinLevin writes: http://on.theatln.tc/4GEAH34
"Americans are trying to take care of one another in extraordinary ways—by socially distancing to prevent coronavirus transmission and by protesting the deadly legacy of white supremacy," @JuliaLMarcus and @gregggonsalves write: http://on.theatln.tc/zwcN9OP
"Working for Trump forces officials into impossible choices between respecting the Constitution and norms or following the president. Often ... they manage to avoid one terrible outcome only by effecting a different one," writes @GrahamDavidA: http://on.theatln.tc/T1ONomK
"I spent four years embedded with the alt-right," @DanielLombroso writes. “I wanted to understand: What made white-power ideology so intoxicating?” The Atlantic’s first feature-length documentary, “White Noise,” explores that question. http://on.theatln.tc/1Y459Wa
The 2024 GOP presidential nominee is highly likely to be a Trump acolyte, @RonBrownstein writes. http://on.theatln.tc/Rk58EsF
“White nationalists aren’t dumb, or poor. They’re scared of losing power,” writes @daniellombroso, who spent four years embedded with the alt-right. “White Noise,” The Atlantic’s first feature-length documentary, explores the seductive power of extremism: http://on.theatln.tc/eucINdn
“The mere sight of nine humans, sans masks … [was] a balm for the psyche. Then, I began to care about the characters’ daddy issues, professional anxieties, loveless marriages, and fears of rejection.” @msamywallace on watching the YouTube series “Group”: http://on.theatln.tc/43tVwca
RT @nora_kelly: Around the Lee monument today, black activists make speeches, "while others register people to vote, all under the watchful…
Coronavirus: Health Care in Brazil's River Communities—via @TheAtlPhoto: http://on.theatln.tc/afqAaKl
The second season of "Ramy" considers how the pursuit of morality often fails without empathy. @_ShamGod writes on the dangers of empty religious performance: http://on.theatln.tc/9F8aDnY
The Biden campaign says Trump's favorite TV network is peddling the Kremlin's lies, @IsaacDovere reports: http://on.theatln.tc/MH2ZMbZ
"Working for Trump forces officials into impossible choices between respecting the Constitution and norms or following the president. Often ... they manage to avoid one terrible outcome only by effecting a different one," writes @GrahamDavidA: http://on.theatln.tc/4NZEL47
"I spent four years embedded with the alt-right," @DanielLombroso writes. “I wanted to understand: What made white-power ideology so intoxicating?” The Atlantic’s first feature-length documentary, “White Noise,” explores that question. http://on.theatln.tc/8MRwwwx
"The Confederate monuments dedicated throughout the South from 1880 to 1930 were never intended to be passive commemorations of a dead past," @kevinLevin writes: http://on.theatln.tc/1C8FRWG
RT @thebanderson: “Every person I spoke with was concerned that suicides among Millennials and other groups might rise further in the comin…
RT @JohnGHendy: Amazing work from @DanielLombroso: "Spencer swears he’ll lead the white-nationalist revolution—until it’s more comfortable…
Watch live: Staff writers @AnnieLowrey and @AdamHSays discuss the state of policing in America, how the U.S. system compares with that of other countries, and what changes might be on the horizon. http://on.theatln.tc/3056uJ2
 
 
 
 
 
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