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                Race and identity, remixed

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                Should Black Athletes Go To Black Schools?

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                Colombia's Big Summer Music Festival Is All About Blackness

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                Trans people in the U.S. have turned to underground silicone injections for decades. And it has particularly impacted trans women of color and those living in poverty. Anke Gladnick for NPR hide caption

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                Dora The Explorer's Lasting Impact

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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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                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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                Samin Nosrat Is Making Space At The Table

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