Links for Later: Self-Care Edition by the Forward

Links for Later: Self-Care Edition

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-Marisa Meltzer explores “the difference between self-care and simply pampering.”

-Madeleine Schwartz reported on Zika and reproductive rights in El Salvador.

-Marianne Cooper ponders the cancellation of Good Girls Revoltargues that the “tendency for white men to disproportionately control editorial decision making — to use their particular experience and taste as a proxy for everyone else’s experience and taste — can have real consequences for brands and bottom lines.”

-Jacob T. Levy offers the best pushback yet against the notion still floating around that marginalized groups’ “identity politics” gave us Trump.

-Set aside a few hours for Ta-Nehisi Coates’s powerful essay, “My President Was Black.”

Links for Later

Phoebe Maltz Bovy edits the Sisterhood, and can be reached at Her book, The Perils of “Privilege”, will be published by St. Martin’s Press in March 2017.

Sisterhood Links of the Week: Take Care of Yourself


Phoebe Maltz Bovy

Phoebe Maltz Bovy is a former editor of the Sisterhood blog at the Forward. Her writing has appeared in several publications, including The New Republic and The Atlantic. Her book, “The Perils of ‘Privilege,’” was published by St. Martin’s Press in March 2017. She has a PhD in French and French Studies from New York University, and has read a lot of 19th century French Jewish newspapers for a 21st century American.

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