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#139: Fear and Uncertainty in Coachella

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#139: Fear and Uncertainty in Coachella
By Mark Isero • Issue #139 • View online
Good morning, Loyal Subscribers! Last week’s issue was the most popular in the newsletter’s history. Several of you shared how the lead article affected you deeply. Today’s issue includes an article and a short film that will continue this conversation on immigration and deportation. I encourage you to try them out!
On the Podcast this week, Anne interviewed John Corcoran, a champion of literacy who spent the first half of his life not knowing how to read. Please listen, subscribe, and let me know how you’ve been enjoying this month’s deep dive on reading.

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