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Juliana Kim

Juliana Kim

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Juliana Kim is a weekend reporter for Digital News, where she adds context to the news of the day and brings her enterprise skills to NPR's signature journalism.

She is based in Nashville and came to NPR from member station WPLN, where she most recently served as the education beat reporter. Before that, Kim was a fellow at The New York Times, and her stories included covering the summer 2020 protests after George Floyd's murder and the Atlanta-area spa shootings. She was a key player in the Times' coverage of the spa shootings, connecting with the community as well as the family members of the victims to show their stories.

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The United Nations Security Council holds a meeting on the situation in the Middle East, including Iran's recent attack against Israel, at U.N. headquarters in New York City on Sunday. Charly Triballeau/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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So far in 2024, more than 80% of measles cases involved people who were unvaccinated or whose vaccination status was unknown, according to CDC data. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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A man sits in a cage with portraits of 47-year-old Israeli hostage Elad Katzir as relatives and supporters of Israeli hostages stage a demonstration in Tel Aviv on March 26. Jack Guez/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice during warmups before an NFL football game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Dec. 25, 2023, in Kansas City, Mo. Reed Hoffmann/AP hide caption

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Melba Pattillo Beals, 82, went on to receive a master's degree from Columbia University and a doctoral degree at the University of San Francisco. USF Office of Marketing Communications hide caption

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USF Office of Marketing Communications

Sunday

Caitlin Clark (left) of the Iowa Hawkeyes dribbles against the Nebraska Cornhuskers during the Big Ten Women's Basketball Tournament Championship on March 10 in Minneapolis. Angel Reese of the LSU Tigers shoots against the UCLA Bruins during the second half in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament on March 30 in Albany, N.Y. Adam Bettcher and Andy Lyons/Getty Images hide caption

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Saturday

David Walker, a sailor killed in the WWII attack on Pearl Harbor, is memorialized at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific in Honolulu. Soon, a rosette will be placed next to his name to indicate that he has been accounted for. The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency hide caption

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The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency

Rachel Crandall-Crocker is a psychotherapist and the executive director of the advocacy group Transgender Michigan. She also runs the Transgender Michigan help line. Transgender Michigan hide caption

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Transgender Michigan

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People walk through a busy street in Chinatown in New York City. About 11% of Chinese Americans live in poverty, according to a new analysis by the Pew Research Center. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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In a recent lawsuit, Jose Manuel Castro, pastor of the Gethsemani Baptist Church, says friction with the city of San Luis has forced the church to cancel multiple events, including its annual Thanksgiving turkey drive-thru. Jose Manuel Castro hide caption

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Jose Manuel Castro

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The FBI Boston Division recovered 22 artifacts stolen from Japan, including the artwork above. During World War II, various treasures from the Ryukyu Kingdom were stolen. The Federal Bureau of Investigation hide caption

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation

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A man suspected of killing 3 in Pennsylvania is barricaded in a New Jersey home

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A door plug area of an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max 9 aircraft awaiting inspection is pictured with paneling removed at the airline's facilities at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Jan. 10 in SeaTac, Wash. Lindsey Wasson/AP hide caption

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The new UH-72A Lakota light utility helicopter sits on the tarmac at the National Guard's Eastern Aviation Training Site at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pa. A similar helicopter crashed in Texas on Friday, killing two National Guard members and a Border Patrol agent. Pfc. Coltin Heller, U.S. Army hide caption

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Pfc. Coltin Heller, U.S. Army

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Voters cast their ballots in North Charleston, S.C., on Oct. 16, 2020. A new study says the turnout gap between white and nonwhite voters in the U.S. is growing fastest in jurisdictions that were stripped of a federal voting protection by a Supreme Court decision. Logan Cyrus/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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