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#199: Food Apartheid

Welcome to The Highlighter, loyal readers, and thank you for opening this week’s issue. Today’s lead
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#199: Food Apartheid
By Mark Isero • Issue #199 • View online
Welcome to The Highlighter, loyal readers, and thank you for opening this week’s issue. Today’s lead article focuses on how we distribute food in our country in a systematically unequal way — and what we need to do to increase access to food. You’ll find out that opening more supermarkets in food deserts, or closing fast food restaurants in food swamps, will not be enough.
Also, feel free to explore today’s other excellent pieces, ranging from how corporations weirdly advertise for Pride, how too many college students are homeless, and how a simple hike in the woods can quickly change our life’s trajectory. Please enjoy!

Bringing People Of Color Back To The Land
Increasingly Humiliating Attempts of Brands To Cater To LGBTQ Customers
Here’s loyal reader and VIP member Abby, contemplating the joys of life, as she gazes out at the Acropolis in Athens. You too can enjoy the perks of being a member of The Highlighter. hltr.co/membership
Here’s loyal reader and VIP member Abby, contemplating the joys of life, as she gazes out at the Acropolis in Athens. You too can enjoy the perks of being a member of The Highlighter. hltr.co/membership
Housing Costs, Not Tuition, Is The Biggest Problem for College Students
Beautiful in the Distance
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