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#131: The Recipe for Life

Our country is broken if it thinks that arming teachers is the right way to protect kids in schools.
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#131: The Recipe for Life
By Mark Isero • Issue #131 • View online
Our country is broken if it thinks that arming teachers is the right way to protect kids in schools. It is broken if people call mass shootings conspiracies and survivors crisis actors. It is broken if the 2nd Amendment protects a right to bear assault rifles.
In Just Mercy, Bryan Stevenson writes, “We are all broken by something. We have all hurt someone and have been hurt. But our brokenness is also the source of our common humanity, the basis for our shared search for comfort, meaning, and healing.”
I have hope that Emma González and her generation will lead us through our brokenness and help us reclaim our common humanity.

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