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Fair Warning - Reparations, music evolution, and football

Hey! You ever feel like you're pretty busy but then something happens and you are then truly, no-time
Fair Warning
Fair Warning - Reparations, music evolution, and football
By Sophie Warnes • Issue #118 • View online
Hey! You ever feel like you’re pretty busy but then something happens and you are then truly, no-time-for-food-or-shower busy, and you realise you were just exaggerating before? I think for the most part it’s good. I can’t stand being bored.
Last week I wrote about being sad that I finished Friends because it somehow became ~irritatingly meaningful~ during lockdown.
Fun things this week:

On the home front
English football's Premier League will take a financial hit from the pandemic
Over the pond
Military helicopters descended on protesters in Washington, D.C. as a 'show of force.' Here's how close they got
Confederate Names Are Common in the U.S.—and Not Just on Statues
Elsewhere
Coronavirus Hits the Developing World
Is Europe preventing covid-19 layoffs or merely delaying them?
Views of Diversity in 11 Emerging Economies
Odds and ends
The Evolution of Music Genre Popularity
Movie Waves
That edition was much longer than I was planning! Apologies for any typos; it’s been A Week. If you enjoyed this, feel free to email it around to friends and family that might find some of this stuff interesting. If you enjoyed reading Fair Warning and the links within, you can buy me a coffee (hooray, coffee!) and leave a message, or become a Patron for the newsletter.
See you next week! :)
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A weekly newsletter with anywhere between 10 and 20 links about data journalism, data visualisation, and storytelling, curated by a British data journalist and nerd. Expect politics, statistics, society and culture - all through the frame of data... With a dash of whimsy.

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