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SocialFlow : Lady Gaga's "Chromatica" tries to access the joy of pop as a sensory experience. But the context of 2020 turmoil makes it land strangely. Spencer Kornhaber reviews the singer's return to the dance floor: on.theatln.tc/M6claj4

SocialFlow : The conceptual artist Christo, who died on Sunday at 84, made temporary monuments to beauty and achieving the impossible, Sophie Gilbert writes on.theatln.tc/cm92Dra

SocialFlow : Those who rebuke violent responses to injustice should ask themselves: How should the oppressed respond to their oppressors? K Carter Jackson on the George Floyd protests and the history of the American riot on.theatln.tc/NHD46NK

SocialFlow : A new law gives some American workers paid time off if they get COVID-19. But it doesn’t apply to all workers, putting their jobs in jeopardy, Olga Khazan reports: on.theatln.tc/bp7vTqv

SocialFlow : Antifa traces its roots to Europe in the 1920s and ’30s, but for a long time the movement didn’t occupy the American spotlight. Trump changed that, Peter Beinart wrote in 2017. The result has been explosive growth. on.theatln.tc/dMe26Mi

SocialFlow : The HBO Max documentary “On the Record” is about a broken system and an alleged abuser. But it is more profoundly about the women whose careers were ended by pervasive sexism in the music industry, Hannah Giorgis writes. on.theatln.tc/OzLbu6B

SocialFlow : Earlier this year, Joe Pinsker was asked to give a commencement speech, but once the pandemic hit, he didn’t know what to say. So he asked a novelist, a therapist, a Buddhist teacher, and 16 other experts for their advice: on.theatln.tc/x0RkHxz

SocialFlow : "Black Americans are constantly stepping into the souls of the dead. Because they know: They could have been them; they are them," Ibram X. Kendi writes: on.theatln.tc/fm1RX7d

SocialFlow : What would it take for Republican leaders to admit to themselves that Trump’s loyalty cult is destroying the country its members claim to love? Anne Applebaum asks in our July/August cover story, up now. on.theatln.tc/Z4oDKo7

SocialFlow : Trump's definition of law and order, argue Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic, is that "those who oppose him should be punished and those who support him—or simply those for whom he has solicitude—should be free to do as they please." on.theatln.tc/g2QX8cP

SocialFlow : In this week’s Dear Therapist, Lori Gottlieb counsels a reader who is having difficulty coming to terms with her daughter living abroad. on.theatln.tc/n4BbhMb

SocialFlow : Under international law, governments are responsible for making sure protests can take place safely during a public-health crisis, Robinson Meyer reports. That did not happen over the weekend. on.theatln.tc/E5IhblW

SocialFlow : "This is a new reality for many black parents who did not have children when the Movement for Black Lives began…. So much has changed in our lives even when it feels like so little in our country has," Clint Smith writes: on.theatln.tc/ROSDFEe

SocialFlow : The conceptual artist Christo, who died on Sunday at 84, made temporary monuments to beauty and achieving the impossible, Sophie Gilbert writes on.theatln.tc/ZJ7lhsW

TweetDeck : In the middle of the pandemic, undocumented immigrants with COVID-19 have been forgoing health care because they're scared to alert federal immigration authorities, Jeremy Raff reports. theatlantic.com/politics/archi…

SocialFlow : Trump's definition of law and order, argue Benjamin Wittes and Quinta Jurecic, is that "those who oppose him should be punished and those who support him—or simply those for whom he has solicitude—should be free to do as they please." on.theatln.tc/xu739Tt

SocialFlow : The HBO Max documentary “On the Record” is about a broken system and an alleged abuser. But it is more profoundly about the women whose careers were ended by pervasive sexism in the music industry, Hannah Giorgis writes. on.theatln.tc/VF1Pd86