The Presidential Daily Brief

Responding to Crisis

  1. As the reset of America is underway, understanding the role you can play in a system of change can be difficult, but we encourage you to listen, learn and be active. To start, instead of, say, a juice cleanse, feed your brain and move yourself with this practical plan over the next month. Here's our guide of what to read, watch, listen to and do in order to be part of the solution.

    The 30-Day Justice Plan

    Responding to Crisis
  2. It was 9 p.m., and the streets were mostly empty. A 25-year-old woman from the northeast Indian state of Manipur was on her way to her rented room in New Delhi after buying groceries with her friend, through an alley she knew well. A middle-aged man driving toward them from the opposite direction suddenly slowed down and spat in her face, “like I was a pile of garbage or a roadside drain,” recalls the woman, who has requested anonymity.

    Before speeding away, the man shouted “corona” at her

    Not Just America: The Pandemic Is Deepening a Racial Divide in India Too

    Responding to Crisis

Know Your History

  1. In episode six of Flashback, OZY’s chart-topping history podcast, we learn how the U.S. Supreme Court’s efforts to address an antiquated contraception ban from the 19th century unexpectedly resulted in an expansive new bundle of rights for Americans, including the controversial right to an abortion. Dig deeper into the story with these Lecture Notes.

    How One 'Uncommonly Silly' Law Led to Abortion Rights

    Know Your History

What to Watch

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