It’s Friday, y’all. We made it! I kept track of the essays I read this week, here they are in no particular order.
My friend Nona is on a tear this week with two fantastic pieces:
+ The Middle Class Squeeze: Is Elite Education Worth 170k of Debt?
+ Married women who code-switch
+ Cameron Esposito’s excellent undressing (pun intended) of street harassment.
+ Janet Mock and the defense of angry black women.
+ This is not the last piece you should read about sexism in tech, no, not even close.
+ Super friend Stewart Scott-Curran’s recap on our time at WMC Fest 5
+ Freelancing in America: a national survey of the new workforce.
*As of Friday morning at 10am. Doesn’t include links I will also read in Ann Friedman’s fantastic newsletter, due any moment.
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