Weekly Recommended Reading

Native America women leading the charge, and more

The Invisible Victims Thousands of Native American women go missing at alarming rates every year. Around the country, a remarkable movement, driven by Native women themselves, is leading the charge to find them, from Marie Claire

‘I can't breathe': Five years after Eric Garner died in struggle with New York police, resolution still elusive, from The Washington Post

Fiasco This podcast looks at our country's most pivotal historical events with the forgotten twists and turns of the past that shed light on the present. Season One tells the story of the contested 2000 election between George W. Bush and Al Gore, from Luminary

Before, and After, the Jogger Survivors of the real ‘Central Park Five' attacker speak for the first time, from The Cut

How the ‘Central Park Five' Changed the History of American Law Ava DuVernay's miniseries shows why the hysteria surrounding the 1989 case caused more children to stand trial as adults than at any other time in U.S., from The Atlantic