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#97: Faces of Healing

     Hello and welcome to The Highlighter #97. Monday was the anniversary of the massacre at Pulse in
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#97: Faces of Healing
By Mark Isero • Issue #97 • View online
     Hello and welcome to The Highlighter #97. Monday was the anniversary of the massacre at Pulse in Orlando. The first two pieces this week — one a photo essay, the other a first-hand perspective — are dedicated to the 49 people who lost their lives last June.
     After a photo break, I’ve included two additional personal essays. Ijeoma Oluo (#89) is back reminding white people yet again not to make everything about themselves. Then John Nova Lomax, a father, thanks the military for helping his wayward son, prompting me to keep an open mind.
     Loyal subscribers, we’re well into June, which means summer, naps in hammocks, beach vacations, meandering breakfast mornings, and plenty of time to get caught up on your favorite digest. Thank you for reading The Highlighter!

Faces of Healing: After the Pulse Massacre
Pulse Nightclub Was My Home
I like lakes. This one is in Guatemala.
I like lakes. This one is in Guatemala.
White People Will Always Let You Down
Welcome to the Green Machine
The Highlighter #97 is in the books! Thank you very much for being a loyal subscriber. Let’s please welcome new subscriber Mea! If you have someone in mind who might like The Highlighter, do not hesitate to invite them to subscribe. They will be happy, you will be happy, and I will be happy! Have a great week, and see you next Thursday at 9:10 am!
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