• Thousands of foreign-born kids who were raised in the United States have received a hard-won right to deferred deportation—but the program that grants them paperwork to stay in the country legally runs out in November and it looks like renewing your papers will be expensive and confusing. [Colorlines]
• Oh no, not a new Gallup Poll! And at the bottom of the list: Only 24 percent of Americans care about climate change “a great deal” and only 17 percent care about race relations. Where’s my passport? [Salon]
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• Two members of Pussy Riot were attacked by a group of men while eating breakfast at a McDonalds. Video was captured of the men shooting paint into thier faces while they shouted "Go to America!" [Guardian]
• Facebook has announced that it will take steps to curb gun trafficking on its site by deleting posts that offer to buy or sell guns without a background check and will block minors from viewing gun listings. Anyone else totally shocked that you could even buy a firearm on Facebook or Instagram in the first place? [Mother Jones]
• Technology is a literal pain in the neck. And the only cure for repetitive stress injury (AKA too much screen time) is the answer no one wants to hear—unplug. [Huffington Post]
• Having a period just got a safer in India. After a decade of work, inventor Arunachalam Muruganantham created a machine that makes sanitary pads at an affordable cost. This is a big deal, given the statistic that 70 percent of all reproductive diseases in India are caused by poor menstrual hygiene. [Slate]
• South Carolina politicians are trying to punish state universities for assigning LGBT-themed books (including Alison Bechdel's Fun Home) as required reading for students. "Faculty, not politicians, ultimately must decide what textbooks are selected," responds the College of Charleston's president. [RH Reality Check]