Friday Links Round Up: Dutch Winter. Chinese Mothers. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dutch Winter. Chinese Mothers. Martin Luther King Jr. Here's a little round up of links from around the web you may have missed this week:
- Indulge with me in the beauty of a Dutch winter.
- Did you read the WSJ article, "Why Chinese Mothers are Superior?" Blogger Kathy Khang responds. And so does Peter Chin. And Alexandra Petri.
- Pray for the families caught in the deadly floods in Australia.
- A beautiful photo series: Dancers Among Us.
- Tired of waiting, Haitians build their own homes: An NPR photo essay.
- In preparation for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, peruse his papers.
- Finally, a round up of our coverage of the shooting in Tucson, Arizona.
- An Attack on the Soul of Our Nation, by Jim Wallis
- God, We Have Heard It: A Hymn Lamenting Gun Violence, by Carolyn Winfrey Gillette
- Snapshots from Tucson, by Becky Garrison
- Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords: Speaking for the Soul, by Diana Butler Bass
- Join Us in Signing the Peace and Civility Covenant, by Jim Wallis
- Shooting a Reminder of our Swords of Words, by Sheldon C. Good
- The Work of Healing Starts With Our Hearts, by Jim Wallis
- What a Tragedy Can Call Us To Do, by Jim Wallis
Jeannie Choi is web editor at Sojourners.