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What We’re Reading, June 12, 2015

By The Prindle Institute for Ethics
12 Jun 2015

Check out these links suggested by members of The Prindle Post staff:

The web is not a post-racial utopia (Conner)

Ruin imagery has a paradoxical (and ethically questionable) appeal (Christiane)

Kalief Browder (1993-2015) (Andy)

Poverty’s effects on young brains (Andy)

Is it ever acceptable to default on student loans? (Andy)

The link between doubting climate change and conservative religious faith (Camille)

What could possibly be wrong with making it easier for people to vote? (Andy)

What to do if you want to raise kind children (Andy)

Anita Sarkeesian is the target of death threats because of her activism (Jacquelyn)

Who gets to hang out at the pool? (Camille)

You may want to reconsider drinking coffee from pods (Jacquelyn)

Will art save our descendants from radioactive waste? (Christiane)

Utilitarians are not nice people (Jacquelyn)

Massive Open Online Courses and corporate learning (Jacquelyn)

When you’re finished reading, listen to this fascinating and touching episode of This American Life (Camille). What have you been reading lately? Share a link with us in the comments!

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