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Here is the AP Lifestyles digest for the week of Dec. 21. To receive the AP Lifestyles digest by email, contact BBedlan@ap.org. For access to AP Newsroom and other technical issues, contact apcustomersupport@ap.org or call 877-836-9477. For reruns of stories, call Customer Support, customersupport@ap.org, 877-836-9477. For photo reruns, visit the photo archive here. For questions, contact Julia Rubin at jrubin@ap.org. NEW THIS DIGEST: Racial Injustice-Food-Recipe Repair: With a new Black editor in chief and lofty promises to do better, a little corner of the Conde Nast universe is taking racial and cultural injustice one recipe at a time. Since July, Epicurious has been scouring 55 years worth of recipes from a variety of Conde Nast magazines. They’re looking for objectionable titles, ingredient lists and stories told through a white American lens. By Leanne Italie. SENT Thursday, 1,000 words, photos. One-Good-Thing-Hospital-Holiday-Cards: Hospitals nationwide have been soliciting greeting cards for COVID-19 patients who are largely going to be alone this holiday season to avoid spreading the virus. SENT Wednesday, photos. —- TRAVEL Writers-American Places: From coastal Oregon and Solvang, California, to Ellis Island and New Hampshire’s Black Heritage Trail, a group of celebrated writers picked places that they believe help define and shape America. The resulting collection of mini-essays, including contributions from Cheryl Strayed, Jodi Picoult and Gloria Steinem, was published by Frommer’s, the travel guidebook company, and can be read for free online. By Beth J. Harpaz. SENT Wednesday, 500 words, photos. Virus Outbreak Holiday Travel: Flying from Johannesburg to […]