Hello! Get ready for the weekend with this edition of Daily Links

Collage by Ruby Aitken, using a photo via The Cut.

A rare collection of photographs of Black women activists is now on display in New York City. They’re part of the International Center of Photography’s “Black Lives (Have Always) Mattered” exhibit.

Photo via BuzzFeed.

Sheila Abdus-Salaam, the first Muslim woman judge in the United States, was found dead in New York’s Hudson River. I appreciate how this article gives a bit of background into her life as a trailblazer. —Tayler Montague

Photo via NPR.

This article gives a breakdown of Thursday’s U.S. bombing in Afghanistan. —Diamond Sharp ♦