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American Anthems: The Songs That Unite Us

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The Kennedy Center is building a new space for artistic projects that it's calling The REACH. Completion is planned for September 2019. Field Condition/Courtesy of the Kennedy Center hide caption

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Kendrick Lamar performs at the BET Awards in 2015, the year his song "Alright" was released and exploded into an anthem of protest. Christopher Polk/BET/Getty Images hide caption

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What's Your American Anthem?

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Harvey Weinstein Surrenders To New York City Police To Face Sexual Assault Charges

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Victims Object To Private Equity Firm Buying Weinstein Company

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Cady (Erika Henningsen, left) wears pink along with fellow Plastics Gretchen (Ashley Park), Regina (Taylor Louderman) and Karen (Kate Rockwell) in the musical Mean Girls. Joan Marcus/Boneau/Bryan-Brown hide caption

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On Broadway, They Wear Pink: 'Mean Girls' Is Now A Musical

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Battling Heroin With A Hearse And A Prayer

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In the April issue of National Geographic, the four letters that represent the genetic code — A, C, G and T — are projected onto Ryan Lingarmillar, a Ugandan. Robin Hammond /National Geographic hide caption

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'National Geographic' Turns The Lens On Its Own Racist History

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Actresses Ashley Judd (from left), Annabella Sciorra and Salma Hayek spoke about the Time's Up initiative at the 2018 Oscars ceremony. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's How The Time's Up Legal Defense Fund Actually Works

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What The Weinstein Co. Filing For Bankruptcy Means For Alleged Sexual Abuse Victims

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Weinstein Co. Board Says It Will File For Bankruptcy After Sale Collapses

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Gospel singer and four-time Grammy Award winner Edwin Hawkins died Monday at the age of 74. Joel Clifton/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Boundary-Breaking Success Of Edwin Hawkins' 'Oh Happy Day'

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Comedian Louis C.K. performs in New York on Nov. 5, 2014. C.K. has admitted to masturbating in front of women without their consent. Monica Schipper/Getty Images for New York Comedy Festival hide caption

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For The Men #MeToo Has Toppled, Redemption Will Take More Than An Apology

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