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How LGBTQ People Of Color Are Dealing With Orlando: Code Switch Podcast, Episode 4

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Mourners gather outside of the iconic New York City gay and lesbian bar the Stonewall Inn to light candles, lay flowers and grieve for those killed in Orlando last evening on June 12, 2016. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Muhammad Ali is remembered as a great athlete and humanitarian — and also as an incisive, defiant black leader. He died Friday at age 74. Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images hide caption

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A Defiant Muhammad Ali Was Cherished By Black Men

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Sadiq Khan, whose Pakistani father was a bus driver in London for more than 25 years, has been elected mayor. He is the city's first Muslim mayor. Frank Augstein/AP hide caption

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Playwright Ismaël Saïdi speaks to a mostly-Muslim students at a school in the Brussels district of Laeken, where two suicide-bombers grew up. Teri Schultz for NPR hide caption

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In Tough Brussels District, School Urges Students To Fight Intolerance

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A group of young Muslim friends in Washington, D.C., meets occasionally to support each other in their work and discuss the struggles their community faces. Brandon Chew/NPR hide caption

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This Is Our Islam: To Be Young, Devout And Muslim In America Today

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Taking On The Appeal Of ISIS, With Cartoons

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American Muslim Women Explain Why They Do — Or Don't — Cover

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Gurdeep Shergill and his wife, Sonia, co-host a program on KBIF-AM for the 35,000 Sikh-Americans who live in Fresno. Richard Gonzales/NPR hide caption

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Sikhs In Fresno Worried After Recent Attacks

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Shawn Alexander and Ashley Jimenez visit a madrassa in the Los Angeles area. The two police officers are part of the Los Angeles Police Department's counterterrorism bureau, which is focused on fostering community engagement. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Counterterrorism Cops Try To Build Bridges With Muslim Communities

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After A Church Visit, One Muslim Seeks A New Kind Of Attention To His Faith

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About two-dozen Muslim women attended a recent self-defense class in New York City. Courtesy of Mariana Aguilera hide caption

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Some Muslim Women Are Taking Self-Defense Into Their Own Hands

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Trump On His Plan To Ban Muslims: 'Not Politically Correct, But I Don't Care'

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"That this is only directed at the Muslim community is something that I personally can't accept," activist Linda Sarsour said of President Obama's challenge to American Muslims. She's pictured here in 2011 at the Arab American Association of New York. Henny Ray Abrams/AP hide caption

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Some American Muslims Irritated By Obama's Call For Them To 'Root Out' Extremism

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Tariq and Ummehaany Azam dance to "Fly Me to the Moon" at their wedding reception. Courtesy of Tariq Azam hide caption

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Dating App Helps Muslim Millennials Find Love, Parents Not Included

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump listens to a question during a town hall event Thursday at Rochester Recreational Arena in Rochester, N.H. Darren McCollester/Getty Images hide caption

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Noorbakhsh (left) and Ahmed are both contributors to the book Love, Inshallah: The Secret Lives of Muslim Women. Sabiha Basrai hide caption

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What Is A 'Good Muslim' Anyway? A Podcast Disrupts The Narrative

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