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#164: School Colors

Welcome, loyal readers! The Highlighter shies away from politics, but Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment t
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#164: School Colors
By Mark Isero • Issue #164 • View online
Welcome, loyal readers! The Highlighter shies away from politics, but Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court will transform issues of race, education, and culture. This week’s edition focuses on affirmative action, support for abused women, voting rights, and public space — all critical issues that hang in the balance. Hope you’ll find time to read one or two of them!
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The Rise and Fall of Affirmative Action
Safe Homes: Secret Shelters for Abused Immigrant Women
Nugget (right), who belongs to loyal reader Nicki, relaxes with a friend. Want your pet to appear in The Highlighter? hltr.co/pets
Nugget (right), who belongs to loyal reader Nicki, relaxes with a friend. Want your pet to appear in The Highlighter? hltr.co/pets
A Glimmer of Hope? Restoring Voting Rights in Florida for Ex-Felons
Libraries Are Palaces for the People: (Too Bad No One Ever Steps Inside.)
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