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I’m from a very diverse area and have been in OA for forty-three years. I noticed the cover of the March Lifeline has only white people represented. We’ve had a lot of discussion about race in OA, and it’s caused our meetings to become aware of this kind of lack of understanding of racial issues. Can we do something to apologize for the cover? I hope the WSO can become more aware of what might offend people so all feel welcome. — Dennis K. The first thing I notice about the March cover is the people pictured do not represent diversity. They

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