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Dora The Explorer's Lasting Impact

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Catalina Saenz wipes tears from her face as she visits a makeshift memorial near the scene of a mass shooting at a shopping complex in El Paso, Texas. A list of the people who died in the weekend shooting rampage at the Walmart, shows that most of the victims had Latino surnames and included one German national. John Locher/AP hide caption

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Red Summer In Chicago: 100 Years After The Race Riots

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Opinion: Report On Racism, But Ditch The Labels

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Is 'Race Science' Making A Comeback?

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Primary Season Is Here And 'Hispandering' Is Back

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Hawaiian language activist Larry Kimura led the charge in the 1970s in getting Hawaii's Department of Education to sanction Hawaiian-language immersion schools. The state, however, did not offer any support or curriculum, Kimura said. So they did it on their own — starting with preschool — where kids could absorb the language from the start. Shereen Marisol Meraji hide caption

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The Hawaiian Language Nearly Died. A Radio Show Sparked Its Revival

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A few of the great books that our listeners recommend for summer reading. Shereen Marisol Meraji/NPR hide caption

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Code Switch Book Club, Summer 2019

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At its height, the National Welfare Rights Organization had more than 25,000 dues-paying members. Some people have called it "the largest black feminist organization in American history." Jack Rottier Collection/George Mason University Libraries hide caption

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Samin Nosrat Is Making Space At The Table

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April is National Poetry Month. From left to right, poets: Kaveh Akbar, Fatimah Asghar, Ada Limon, Hieu Minh Nguyen and Ashley M. Jones. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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A Bouquet Of Poets For National Poetry Month

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When Civility Is Used As A Cudgel Against People Of Color

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The Power Of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Anger

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When Nazis Took Manhattan

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