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I read 41 books this year (not including 5 I didn't finish because they weren't very good, and a handful I'm still reading). Here are some of my favorites:
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The best non-fiction included
Oscar Martinez, A History of Violence (I wish every American would read this book) & @schemaly's Rage Becomes Her (I gifted several copies of this book this year)
@schemaly My favorite philosophical reads were @Plural_truth's Know it All Society, which seems pretty essential in today's social media-driven political world, and @SereneKhader's Decolonizing Universalism, which I only finished yesterday and wish I'd read sooner
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The list of truly fundamental needs for human life is a short one.

Food is on that list.

▶️This is how climate change impacted crops in 2019◀️

This is terrifying.

#ClimateChange Impacts on #Food #2019InReview
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*North America*

#UnitedStates:
The midwest was plagued with heavy rain, leading to flooding & causing major challenges with corn, soybeans & other crops nyti.ms/2swW95K

This was widely documented by farmers themselves: #noplant19

#ClimateChange Impacts on #Food
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This caused investors to revisit their investments: bit.ly/2te9XSM

Impacts spanned the Midwest and beyond, including Wisconsin bit.ly/2rLv2nm, Indiana bit.ly/30cfPIk, ...

#ClimateChange Impacts on #Food #2019InReview
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As we roll into the end of the year, I am taking stock of 2019. It was a pretty crazy year for me personally. Here are just a few of the good, bad and weird that happened to me this year: 1/
Jan 2019: I reconnected with a long "lost" friend after 22 years. This entire year we have been catching each other up on the interim years since he went to a new job and we drifted apart. It has been a joyful experience that has pushed me to maintain all my friendships.
Jan 2019: Our mother @sweetnote had surgery for breast cancer which was very successful. She went through a month of radiation and came out the other side. I am grateful that this was caught early and was dealt with quickly.
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