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August 6, 2018

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IN THIS ISSUE 8/6/18 Story map Covered in this issue: Amman, Jordan; Bamako, Mali; Kathmandu, Nepal; Mati, Greece; Mogadishu, Somalia; Nan Madol, Micronesia; Riga, Latvia; Tel Aviv; and the US 18 EDUCATION: ONE SCHOOL'S FIGHT TO KEEP RACIAL EQUITY Some schools are rethinking education by rethinking racial parity, which takes vigilance to maintain. At this Missouri school, one outcome of that effort is open dis - cussions about race. BY STACY TEICHER KHADAROO 24 COVER STORY The iron centrist Maine Sen. Susan Collins is one of the last moderates in a nation that eschews modera - tion. Is she a relic of the past or the face of the future? BY FRANCINE KIEFER COVER PHOTO: J. SCOTT APPLEWHITE/AP/FILE BRIEFING: SOCIAL MEDIA, BOTS, AND FAKE FOLLOWERS Not everyone users meet on Twitter, Facebook, and other social media platforms is an actual human, say technology experts. Some are automated accounts designed to influ - ence users' beliefs. BY EOIN O'CARROLL 17 2 THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR WEEKLY | AUGUST 6, 2018

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