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#141: The Trauma of Gun Violence

Good morning, loyal readers! Want to know a secret? Last week’s issue was the most opened in Highligh
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#141: The Trauma of Gun Violence
By Mark Isero • Issue #141 • View online
Good morning, loyal readers! Want to know a secret? Last week’s issue was the most opened in Highlighter history. Pretty great, right? I’m confident you’ll like today’s issue, too. Enjoy excellent pieces on a range of topics, including gun violence, job displacement, school resegregation, artificial intelligence, and so-called involuntary celibacy. Let’s get right to it!
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The Trauma of Gun Violence in New Orleans
A School’s Map to the Middle Class
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Desegregation and Resegregation Through a Teacher’s Eyes
Gmail’s Smart Reply Is Part of Me Now
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