The Common Good

Afternoon Links of Awesomeness: July 20, 2012

These women are dropping the “F-bomb.” And no it’s not that F-bomb, it’s the winners of the GOOD goes viral challenge, whose project “Who needs Feminism?” is bringing important dialogue onto college campuses. [GOOD]

Reclaimed household objects are created anew — as animals — in this installation from Japanese artist Sayaka Ganz. [Colossal]

Is that bump in the water a crocodile or a log? Watch the short animated sketch Wildebeest to find out. [Laughing Squid]

Get your weekend off to a great start with this dancy tune from indie pop group Hot Chip, which aired last night on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. [NBC]

This Nashville coffee shop is a local craft at its finest. And it’s soon to open a new space with Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. [NY Times]

Judging a book by its cover. This six-year-old child evaluates classic books by what’s pictured on the cover. And if you’re familiar with Animal Farm, Jane Eyre, To Kill A Mockingbird or any of the others she “reviews,” you’re in for a sweet treat. [Babble

Joshua Witchger is an online assistant at Sojourners.

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