President Trump to American neighborhoods: Actually, segregation is good

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Trump changes housing policy and ramps up his stump speech dog-whistling, and Facebook’s under fire for allegedly ignoring data showing that Black Instagram users were more likely to sanctioned than white ones. Black founders got nowhere to turn when faced with racist venture investors, and oh, white folks? San Francisco Mayor London Breed would like a word.

But first, here’s your cognitively amazing week in review, in Haiku.

Person. Woman. Man.
Camera. TV. Nothing
short of amazing!

Person. Woman. Man.
Camera. TV. Nothing
short of amazing!

Person. Woman. Man.
Camera. TV. Nothing
short of amazing!

Person. Woman. Man.
Camera. TV. Nothing
short of amazing!

Person. Woman. Man.
Camera. TV. Something
short of amazing.

Have a truly amazing weekend.

Ellen McGirt
@ellmcgirt
Ellen.McGirt@fortune.com

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