Welcome to Using Our Words This Week! It's a weekly roundup of heartful and helpful things from around the internet, sourced and shared by members in the Primary community, including colleagues, customers, and friends.
Something to remind yourself: We're making this our new daily mantra.
Something to energize you: Kids took the mic at this Brooklyn protest.
Something to bring you peace: Houseplants make the most polite audience members.
Something to satisfy your sweet tooth: We'd like one of each of these cookies, please.
Something to hang on the fridge: Pride coloring pages, made for Primary by our friend Laura Palmer.
Something to spark conversation: A short but engaging video about school integration in the 1950s. (Check out all the great voices highlighted by StoryCorps!)
Something to watch: Mark your cal for July 3rd — we can finally stream Hamilton in the (living) room where it happens.
Something to follow: Inclusive Storytime is a great account for discovering new, diverse children's books. We especially love Peanut Goes for the Gold, which features a non-binary main character.
Something to make you laugh: Family dynamics are getting a switch-up these days.
Something to brighten up their wardrobe: So many summer styles, like this dress, are 50% off right now, as part of our Essentials Sale.
If you have something you'd like to pass along, be it a resource, book, random product you recently discovered, or just a GIF that made you smile, we're all ears! We'd love to hear at email@example.com. Have a good weekend, and be well.