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#91: What Bullets Do To Bodies

Today’s issue of The Highlighter isn’t as gloomy as last week’s, but I’m still trending serious. The
The Highlighter
#91: What Bullets Do To Bodies
By Mark Isero • Issue #91 • View online
Today’s issue of The Highlighter isn’t as gloomy as last week’s, but I’m still trending serious. The first two articles remind us to live for purpose and to use our time well. The second two articles point out that well-intentioned laws do not work when ill-intentioned people carry them out. Finally, the last two articles offer glimpses into worlds you may have never considered. I hope you enjoy all six articles and the two photographs along the way!

What Bullets Do to Bodies
A Father’s Final Odyssey
Elegantly adorned Brandon (the bag is not his) is ready for a walk. He belongs to loyal subscriber Kathleen, who celebrates her birthday tomorrow.
Elegantly adorned Brandon (the bag is not his) is ready for a walk. He belongs to loyal subscriber Kathleen, who celebrates her birthday tomorrow.
How Case Farms Exploited Immigrants, Then Used Law Against Them
Gerrymandering Is Illegal, but Only Mathematicians Can Prove It
10th grader Vanessa enjoys a sunny day, an open window, and a good book at Envision Academy in Oakland. Photo credit: Loyal subscriber Laura. Teacher credit: Loyal subscriber Samantha.
10th grader Vanessa enjoys a sunny day, an open window, and a good book at Envision Academy in Oakland. Photo credit: Loyal subscriber Laura. Teacher credit: Loyal subscriber Samantha.
Mental Health Services in Ghana: A Prayer’s Chance
Looking Up Words? You’re Probably Using the Wrong Dictionary
Thank you for reading The Highlighter #91. Please welcome new subscriber Unity! What did you think of this issue? If you like, please vote thumbs-up or thumbs-down below, or type me a quick response. As always, keep encouraging eager readers to give this digest a try. It’s worth it, don’t you think? See you next Thursday at 9:10 am.
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