They called me Harambe
Danna Colman

In THE SUN magazine, years ago, an article about zoos was published. Having been born into a culture where zoos were a fact of life, it opened my eyes to the topic of boundaries, fairness and sentient life. But your article further opened my eyes…and my heart. So there is indeed a juxtaposition between journalism (reporting facts) and yearnalism (reporting feelings, especially feelings of impressionalism which some might call anthropomorphism before they let go of their egos).

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