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Iserotope Extras - Issue #34

Hi there, subscribers! This week’s edition begins with pieces about two hopeful programs in San Franc
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Iserotope Extras - Issue #34
By Mark Isero • Issue #34 • View online
Hi there, subscribers! This week’s edition begins with pieces about two hopeful programs in San Francisco and Oakland. I’m extremely impressed with the Five Keys Charter School and the African American Male Achievement program. They’re inspirational and are doing important work. Then, after the break, it’s back to reality, with an article about how an Idaho school is using professional development time for marksmanship. Extras finishes up this week with a disturbing essay that explains how our country’s current pro-Trump sentiment is related to a half-century Republican strategy to encourage white voters to cling to notions of white supremacy. On that note, enjoy!

The San Francisco Jail That Started a School
Changing The Game For Young Black Males In America
Evicted, by Matthew Desmond, is my early vote for 2016 Book of the Year.
Evicted, by Matthew Desmond, is my early vote for 2016 Book of the Year.
How A Remote Idaho School Defends Itself
How Donald Trump happened: Racism against Barack Obama.
(Did you notice—no articles from the NYT or the New Yorker. I’m branching out.) Thanks for reading, loyal subscribers! You know you have friends and family out there that may enjoy checking out Iserotope Extras. Forward this issue to them and encourage them to subscribe! Have a wonderful week.
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