Newsletters on Social Justice
Newsletters that cover complex topics and raise thought-provoking questions on the balance between individuals and society. From the meaning of wokeness and safetyism to call-out-culture and culture wars - subscribe to get perspective on the current events and discuss the meaning of liberal democracy.
Conversations about leadership in this moment. Free Radicals is a limited series newsletter featuring conversations with leaders in tech. Sherrell Dorsey and Annaliese Griffin focus on equity, advancement, and progress while debating on how does the future of business looks like. Read about the tech’s diversification, big demographic shifts, and the intersection of race and commerce. Subscribe and “celebrate those who embody leadership in this moment.”
The community for those who believe that a free society is worth fighting for. Persuasion is a “newsletter think-tank hybrid” that aims to debate and defend the values of a free society. The publication has a strong element of a community, gathering people that believe in liberal principles and want to make a difference. An all-star cast of writers and activists explores topics from race and gender to safetyism and call-out culture. Subscribe to a newsletter and join the discussion through events, book clubs, and social gatherings.
Rob Henderson’s Newsletter
Rob Henderson uses his newsletter to write about human nature, psychology, social class, TV shows, movies, political and social divisions, and more. The eclectic nature of Rob’s newsletter means you’re certain to find something in his discussions that interests you, whether it’s politics, psychology, or just a good movie. Perhaps Rob’s most famous work is his concept of luxury beliefs, an idea Rob touches on frequently throughout his work in relation to the modern approach to social justice. Rob also shares the culture and habits of the social elite to keep you clued in on the actions of the most successful people in our society. Be sure to subscribe to Rob’s newsletter as soon as possible to expand your mind to regions you’d likely never even considered before.
Welcome To Hell World
Weekly dispatches from the pit of despair. Welcome to Hell World explores the fear and violence of daily life through a mixture of reporting, essay-writing, and memoirs. Luke O’Neils focuses on current events and shares the most unpleasant details of his own personal life. Get ready for an uncomfortable read about police brutality, addiction, political media, and eating disorders all blended together in this Hell World.
Writing that boldly disregards normal restraints. The Audacity is a weekly newsletter where the author Roxane Gay shares her thoughts, critiques, and frustrations revolving around current trends and our society. Along with other emerging writers, she writes The Audacity newsletter to help inspire people, remove stigmas, and have humane discussions about taboos. The author focuses especially on Women, social issues, and cultural norms to give readers some eye-opening perspectives and advice. Subscribe to The Audacity for weekly posts, or go paid and enjoy The Audacity Book Club, and special subscriber-only content "like the recipes I post on Instagram".
Regular news and features by award-winning author and investigative reporter. Honest and impactful, TK News by Matt Taibbi, is full of complex topics and confusing news, written in a clear, digestible manner. Dive deep into the transformation of the American press, analysis on the Russiagate, and all the nuances on today’s Left and Right. The newsletter hosts presidential campaign reporting, regular news, and creative writing with an added bonus of access to Matt Taibbi’s books - Hate Inc. and The Business Secrets of Drug-Dealing.
Common Sense is for people who want to understand the world as it is, not the world as some wish it to be. In a world where common sense appears to have become pretty uncommon, Bari Weiss is attempting to sift through the madness; a shining light of reason amidst the darkness. If there are questions you’re too afraid to ask, Bari will ask them for you. If there’s opinions you’re cautious about voicing, Bari is voicing them proudly. Whether it’s a deep dive on a hot-button political issue or just a general chat on her podcast, Honest, Bari is striving to be a voice of reason in the modern world. Escape the social media echo chamber, and subscribe to Common Sense today!
The Weekly Dish
"To see what is in front of one's nose needs a constant struggle". Previously a blog called Dish has made a comeback as a political newsletter - The Weekly Dish. Andrew Sullivan is pretty sure he will piss you off, but he believes it will encourage you to reevaluate ideas. The newsletter explores issues on race and gender, debates the Critical race theory and wokeness, and discusses the impact of social media and the meaning of liberal democracy. The Weekly Dish has multiple parts in it - the main column, dissent section where he engages, reacts, and argues with his readers, recommended newsletter list, and a Mental Health Break where the author shares a relevant video. Get all of this and much more by subscribing to The Weekly Dish.
the examined family
figuring out how to be and raise ethical, joyful humans in beautiful, horrible times. The examined family is an honest, personal newsletter that encourages you to reflect on your life and to rethink and reassess what it means to live a good one. Courtney Martin reckons how the world has changed, shares the daily struggles of living in quarantine, and offers a Sunday Times Snapshot of “5 things worth noting from today’s New York Times”. The examined family is a mixture of essays, Q&As with activists from different fields and has an engaged community of like-minded, wise people.
A newsletter about science, social-justice-activism, why they sometimes fight, and how to help them get along better. Jesse Singal writes about the cultural divide, debates political correctness, and dives deep when trying to unpack questionable articles or social science papers. Singal-Minded is a newsletter that brings light to issues like Twitter’s culture wars, battles over linguistics, and super-wokeness. Subscribe for all things culture, current-events-rants, book giveaways, and “many, many dumb jokes”.
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