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Sofia Majed (left), Samah Safiullah and Noa Turk assist Fatima Diallo as she navigates the ropes course at the Muslim Youth Camp of California. Maggie Starbard for NPR hide caption

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Between Swimming And S'mores, Young Muslim Campers Learn To Cope With Rising Hate

The 55-year-old Muslim Youth Camp is taking on new meaning for today's new generation in the current political climate.

People in the U.S. who want to keep their activity hidden are turning to virtual private networks — but VPNs are often insecure. Stuart Kinlough/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Turning To VPNs For Online Privacy? You Might Be Putting Your Data At Risk

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Solar eclipses like this one have inspired filmmakers as far back as 1907. R. Baer, S. Kovac/AP hide caption

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In Movies, A Solar Eclipse Means Change Is Coming

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Kyle Quinn, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Arkansas, was wrongly identified on social media as a participant in a white supremacist march in Charlottesville, Va. Jennifer Mortensen hide caption

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Kyle Quinn Hid At A Friend's House After Being Misidentified On Twitter As A Racist

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The wind direction from the fire in western Greenland has largely blown smoke toward the island's ice sheet and away from communities. Pierre Markuse/Flicker hide caption

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Greenland Is Still Burning, But The Smoke May Be The Real Problem

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Sofia Majed (left), Samah Safiullah and Noa Turk assist Fatima Diallo as she navigates the ropes course at the Muslim Youth Camp of California. Maggie Starbard for NPR hide caption

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Between Swimming And S'mores, Young Muslim Campers Learn To Cope With Rising Hate

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