A round-up of what we're watching, listening to and reading at the FEED HQ.
Video: Sheryl Sandberg's Berkeley commencement speech
In the aftermath of personal loss and professional triumph, Sheryl Sandberg grounded her Berkeley commencement speech in one word: resilience. If you haven’t already seen this, stop what you’re doing and watch it now.
Podcast: The Power of Design, TED Radio Hour
This episode from one of our favorite podcasts is a fascinating look at how design, in both the expected and unexpected, affects our lives in profound ways. You don’t have to be a designer for the interviews to resonate.
Photography: Stories of pediatric cancer at Memorial Sloan, Humans of NY
Humans of NY is always so compelling (check out his series on refugees), but we’ve been especially moved by the latest series of photos featuring the heroes of the Pediatrics Department of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (the doctors, nurses, patients and parents). The stories are breathtakingly tragic, because they involve children, but also manage to find hope where all hope is lost. It's a triumph.
Essay: When My Daughters Should Break the Rules, Lenny
This excerpt from What I Told My Daughter is by Tani Gorre Cantil-Sakauye, the 28th Chief Justice of California and the first Filipino American and second woman to serve in that role. We love Lenny always, but particularly loved this essay that made its way into our inboxes a few weeks ago.
Series: Cooked, Netflix
Acclaimed food writer Michael Pollen explores how cooking transforms food and shapes our world. Each episode is not only relevant to what we do at FEED, but also mouth-wateringly fascinating.