It’s grading season, and just like there’s five stages of grief, there’s five stages of grading too.
Librarian Hey Girl. Perfection.
Stephen Lewis, as always, knocks it clean out of the park in his speech at an AIDS conference this week.
Everyone knows that when it comes to financing wars, or bailing out the banks, or bailing out Greece, or reinstituting corporate bonuses, or even responding to natural disasters that threaten economies, there’s always enough money. We’re drowning in crocodile tears. It’s not a matter of the financial crisis; it’s a matter of human priorities. We have a right to ask the G8: what do you sanctify as governments: profits and greed or global public health?
In other news from people Millie is a big fan of, Stephanie Nolen’s got a multimedia project up on The Globe and Mail about the difficulties low caste girls face in rural India, and a school that gives them an education. Heartwrenching stuff.
The Trawler gathers and curates opinion pieces from news organizations from around the world.
Photoshop silliness of Rob Ford kicking things.