LZ Sunday Paper Newsletter: The "10th/4th" Edition

Dateline: 7/4/21

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Happy Independence Day!

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THE PIC(K) OF THE WEEK:

Welcome to Mad Girl Summer via Vulture

Finally, A Film That Understands Social Media via The Atlantic

POLITICS:
Women In The Biden White House Earn 99 Cents For Every 1$ Earned By Men via The 19th News

More GOP Women Plan Runs For House, Building On Party's 2020 Wins via The Wall Street Journal

BUSINESS:
A Black Woman Is Running Domino Sugar's Refinery For First Time In Plant's History via The Washington Post

Bye-Bye BMI: Pinterest Bands Weight Loss Ads In First For Major Social Networks via The Guardian

Women Entrepreneurs Create Fake Male Assistants To Navigate Gender Biases via The CBC

JURISPRUDENCE:
Cosby No Longer Lives In Prison. But He Will Always Live In Shame. via The Washington Post

Britney Spears Conservatorship Nightmare via The New Yorker

HEALTH & WELLNESS:
Here's What Makes Top Surgery Different From A Mastectomy via Allure

CAMPUS CLIMATE::
Phylicia Rashad Pens Letter To Howard Students and Parents: "I Offer My Most Sincere Apology" via CNN

After Contentious Debate, UNC Grants Tenure To Nikole Hannah-Jones via NPR

THE ARTS, FASHION & POP CULTURE:
Who Will Replace Meghan McCain On 'The View'? The Most Plausible and Terrifying Prospects via Slate

'A Heartbreaker and A Heart Mender':  How Saphire's 'Push' Birthed A New American Heroine  via The Guardian

The Soft Radicalism Of Erotic Fiction via The Atlantic

A (New) Girl Walks Home Alone At Night via GQ

SPORTS:
Female College Athletes May Be The Biggest Winners As NIL Law Takes Effect July 1 via The Miami Herald

WNBA Leads Professional Sports World In Covid-19 Vaccinations via 19th news

Sha'Carri Richardson Broke The Rules. But The Rules Are Stupid via Sports Illustrated

AND WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE ABOUT...?

Now This Is A Good Pregnancy Reveal via Jezebel