Dear Wendy
Dear Wendy

Weekend Open Thread and Links

Hi! Thank you so much for the letters you’ve sent in response to my post yesterday, and for your donations to the DW drive for Black Voters Matter. There’s still time to contribute if you’d like to and haven’t yet. I’ll be making the donation, which my ad network will match, on Monday so you have until 5 EST Monday to PayPal a donation to me to include at [email protected]. We’re up to $400 and I’d love to make it an even $500 (for a total of $1000, when matched).

This weekend is Father’s Day, so I hope all you dads, including my husband and my own father, have a great day and feel the love. We’re headed to Drew’s brother’s place for the weekend – our first time away from Brooklyn in months – and the kids are super excited to spend time with their cousins (and their dog!).

Today is Juneteenth, the day we celebrate the end of slavery in the U.S. Here’s more about that, as well as some other links that might interest you:

What you need to know about Juneteenth and why we should all celebrate

From Juneteenth to the Tulsa massacre: What isn’t taught in classrooms has a profound impact

Calls To Make Juneteenth A Federal Holiday Gain Momentum

This was a landmark week in Supreme Court decisions! Here, the Supreme Court’s LGBTQ rights decision, explained in 5 simple sentences.

And here’s what the Court’s decision on DACA means

And coming up: Will the Supreme Court Strike a Devastating Blow to Abortion Rights?

Young People Are Having Less Sex Than Ever

This woman paid an Etsy psychic to draw her soulmate (if you know him, let her know!)

From Camping To Dining Out: Here’s How Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities (Which ones are you looking forward to?)

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