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In 2005, Iqbal al-Juboori's family, who is Sunni, was attacked at home. The attackers kidnapped Juboori's brother simply because of his ethnicity, she believes. Courtesy of Iqbal al-Juboori hide caption

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'I'm An Iraqi': A Family Attacked, A Brother Missing

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Frenchman Joseph Dellecolle, (left) 63, and his son Pierre-Yves, 40, dressed in American uniforms and drove a 1940s American military jeep to attend the D-Day commemoration on the beaches of Normandy. The elder Dellecolle says he attends every year and cries when he thinks of the many sacrifices made to liberate Europe. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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Europe

One Frenchman's Commitment To Keeping D-Day Memories Alive

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Hortense McClinton graduated from Howard University in Washington, D.C., in the 1930s and became the first black professor at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Courtesy of Howard University hide caption

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The Sunday Conversation

A First Black Professor Remembers Her Segregated Education

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Marie Collins (left) and Vatican spokesman father Federico Lombardi leave at the end of a press conference at the Vatican on May 3, 2014. Collins, a clergy abuse survivor, was chosen as a member of Pope Francis' abuse advisory board. Riccardo De Luca/AP hide caption

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The Sunday Conversation

A Voice For Abuse Survivors Within The Catholic Church

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