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A Haiku tribute to journalist Jim Lehrer



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Shows that not all white men feel professionally threatened by women and people of color, and a shocking cancer cluster in a black neighborhood in Houston is raising serious questions. And start your weekend with the most heart-warming TikTok ever!

But first, our Haiku paid tribute to journalist Jim Lehrer, who died this week at 85. May his vision for journalism be our continued blessing.

"It's not about us,"
Jim Lehrer used to say, but
losing him feels so

personal: His
rules for journalism and life
made the world better.

"Do nothing I can" t
defend, "was at the top of the list;
and" assume others

are as smart, caring,
and good as I am. " ] that noble intent is

a radical act
in a modern age! Let
outweigh the risk.

Have a radically great weekend, we are so grateful to you.

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