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#86: Very Expensive Melons

Welcome to The Highlighter #86, where good thing we have muskmelons to start off, because the rest of
The Highlighter
#86: Very Expensive Melons
By Mark Isero • Issue #86 • View online
Welcome to The Highlighter #86, where good thing we have muskmelons to start off, because the rest of today’s issue is a little heavy (yet important). After a delightful piece about Japan and its passion for high-quality fruit, prepare yourself for articles on abusive relationships, modern-day slavery, and the challenges of sponsoring Syrian refugees. Don’t feel like you need to read all four articles in one sitting. Take things slowly. (You have all week.)

Very Expensive Melons
“How do you know if you’re being abused?” I already knew the answer.
Loyal subscribers Marni and Jennifer took 23 of their students to the National Museum of African American History and Culture yesterday. “It is unlike anything I've ever seen,” Marni wrote.
Loyal subscribers Marni and Jennifer took 23 of their students to the National Museum of African American History and Culture yesterday. “It is unlike anything I've ever seen,” Marni wrote.
What Slavery Looks Like Today
Canadians Adopted Refugee Families for a Year. Then Came Month 13.
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