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Kat Chow at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C., July 25, 2018. (photo by Allison Shelley) (Square)
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Ahhh, the joys of reading. Gulfiya Mukhamatdinova/Getty Images hide caption

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Code Switch's 2018 Book Guide

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As College Apps Are Due, Asian-American High Schoolers Consider Affirmative Action

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A Summer Camp For Sikh Youth

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How Video Games Can Help Us Explore Ideas About Race

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Nailah Winkfield (left) and Omari Sealey, the mother and uncle of Jahi McMath, listen to doctors speak during a news conference in San Francisco in 2014. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Smithsonian Reveals Winning Design For New Native American Veterans Memorial

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The white clapboard farmhouse where Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote many of the books in her Little House on the Prairie novels still stands in Mansfield, Mo. Mark Schiefelbein /AP hide caption

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Remembering Rev. Ralph David Abernathy 50 Years After Resurrection City Came Down

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