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Protesters hold up a lighted sign reading "#sayhername" during a July 2015 vigil for Sandra Bland in Chicago. Bland died in a Texas jail after a traffic stop escalated into a physical confrontation. Authorities said Bland hanged herself, a finding her family disputed. Christian K. Lee/AP hide caption

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Say Her Name: How The Fight For Racial Justice Can Be More Inclusive Of Black Women

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Stands remain empty as family members of United States Military Academy graduating cadets are restricted from attending commencement ceremonies on June 13 in West Point, N.Y John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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West Point Graduates' Letter Calls For Academy To Address Racism

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A medical worker walks past a row of ambulances parked outside Houston Methodist Hospital on June 22. The hospital is treating a current surge of COVID-19 cases. Callaghan O'Hare/Reuters hide caption

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'Each Day It's More And More': Houston Hospital Makes Room For COVID-19 Surge Cases

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Two Mississippi state flags wave outside the Capitol in Jackson, Miss., in 2019. State lawmakers voted to retire the current flag, and Mississippi GOP Gov. Tate Reeves is expected to sign the measure. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Mississippi Black Lawmaker On Taking Down The Flag: A Symbol Of 'Hate And Not Love'

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Dr. Joseph Kras and his daughter, Sophie, at their StoryCorps recording in Olivette, Mo. The Kras family hide caption

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For Hospice Physician, Patient Care Means Walking 'The Path With Them'

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Gabrielle Mayer graduated from medical school in April and began her residency early so she could help care for patients with COVID-19. Gabrielle Mayer hide caption

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McArthur, the county seat of Vinton County, Ohio, shown on April. 3, 2018. The county prosecutor says the pandemic has put additional strain on children who have parents addicted to drugs. Andrew Spear/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Ohio County Prosecutor: Pandemic Puts More Stress On Families Dealing With Addiction

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A man wearing a face mask walks in Moscow in mid-April during a strict lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, seen above in 2018, gives high marks for social distancing efforts during the coronavirus pandemic but low marks for testing. He says he thinks large public gatherings may have to wait until there's a vaccine. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Bill Gates, Who Has Warned About Pandemics For Years, On The U.S. Response So Far

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Jane Castor, the Democratic mayor of Tampa, Fla., is calling Wednesday's order by Gov. Ron DeSantis for residents to stay home "better late than never." Chris O'Meara / AP hide caption

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Retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal, seen in 2009 in Afghanistan, noted that the government "really haven't asked the American people to sacrifice for a war since World War II." Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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