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Iserotope Extras - Issue #10

This week, you get four great articles, a happy picture of happy students with their Kindles, and a r
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Iserotope Extras - Issue #10
By Mark Isero • Issue #10 • View online
This week, you get four great articles, a happy picture of happy students with their Kindles, and a right-on-point book recommendation. What more could you ask for? Tell me what you like best.

50 Years After the Moynihan Report, Examining the Black Family in the Age of Mass Incarceration
Two proud ninth graders in San Francisco are happy to receive their Kindles. They’re in Marni Spitz’s Reading Lab class, where students reclaim their love of reading. Go Marni, and go reading!
The Growing Field of Ecotherapy
School Suspensions and the Racial Discipline Gap
My good friend Michele recommended Plainsong to me, and then she was patient as I waited several months to start it. I’m happy I did. His prose is gentle, spare, and beautiful — a bit like Alan Paton in Cry, the Beloved Country (though not about apartheid). Plainsong is a small book told small about small things, and it ends up being very big. Thanks, Michele.
A Dying Woman’s Hope in Cryonics and a Future
That’s it for this week! Reply to this email to let me know what you think. Or tell a friend: j.mp/iserotopeextras!
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