It's time for me to share the most interesting and useful posts I came across online during the last three months. Check it out!
First, in animals in need, the tweet pictured below has been making the rounds:
The next image shares websites of many different groups that help people in need of financial support for their sick/injured pets.
Also related to animals (and people) in need, this Tumblr post lists places to donate in order to help with Austalia's severe wildfire emergency, which has already killed thousands of koalas.
To make up for that sadness, here's a wholesome Tumblr post about Japan's railway station cats!
Moving on now to disabled life, this Twitter thread discusses one reason why people shouldn't use terms like "wheelchair-bound," while this tweet makes a good addition to my post about inspiration porn. This thread shares ways to make online content accessible for different people with disabilities. This one looks at how chronically ill people have to balance their actions in the face of those who don't understand.
Related is this thread about how vaccines are still trustworthy in a world where pharmaceutical companies abuse their power.
Meanwhile, this thread shares evidence-based ways to reduce police violence, which is relevant to a variety of human rights issues.
In racial rights, specifically, this thread by author Tiffany D. Jackson discusses the harrowing stats about missing black girls. This one by Patrice Caldwell looks at the continuing issues people of color have in the publishing industry.
In feminism, this Twitter thread by author Emily Lloyd-Jones talks about respecting teen girls and YA novels, while this Tumblr post by author Shannon Hale tells a great story about an issue she often discusses: "boy" vs, "girl" books.
In bookishness, this Tumblr post has an infographic that shows how many libraries popular authors could fill with their books. Then there's this video of an awesome statue at a library!
Finally, in art (and nerdishness), here's some awesome art of the DnD alignments.
Thank you for reading! Anything interesting you'd like to share? I'll be back on Wednesday (again) with our humor post for the quarter.
Images via PrimaryPalmer on Twitter and leospetcare.com.
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