Read All About It: The vaccine selfie
A pandemic trend picks up steam. Plus: The myth of the supernegro, the therapy-app fantasy and the cultural origin of the word “cancel.”
Vanessa Friedman at The New York Times on the vaccine selfie:
Someday, when the history of the pandemic is written, it may be a narrative told partly in images: the despair of crowded hospitals and body bags, the fear and isolation of the masks. And then the balm of a smiling individual, one sleeve rolled up practical…
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