Dolly Parton loves you


As stakeholder capitalism slowly gains ground, immigrant kids are working in sweatshop conditions in suburbs across the U.S. and some employees are more likely to be in urgent need of pandemic-related support than others. And batter up! Major League Baseball breaks a glass ceiling on behalf of four major U.S. sports.

But first, here’s your Dolly Parton week in review, in Haiku.

It took years and years
of nine-to-fives to sing a
song this pure. One verse

to stoke the inner
joy of children far away;
another to slay

vampires, real and
imagined. Jolene raises 
roofs, comforts all her

neighbors and stands up
for love is love is justice.
Such a simple song.

Dolly loves us, this
we know: Because her vaccine 
will tell us all so.

Ellen McGirt
@ellmcgirt
Ellen.McGirt@fortune.com



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