Issue 108: Spring 2020
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The Oxford American’s spring issue includes a fascinating opus on Afro-Cuban religions in Miami, Ben Fountain’s short story about a woman existing in a bewildering in-between place after the death of her mother, and an epic reported feature on Dilley, Texas, home of the South Texas Family Residential Center.
Plus: a community searches for a mass grave in Thibodaux, Louisiana. Our 2019-20 Jeff Baskin Fellow, KaToya Ellis Fleming, resurrects the work of novelist Frank Yerby. And Casey Parks profiles a New Orleans principal who has an innovative plan to prepare black students for college.