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Robert "Bob" Moses led Black voter registration drives in the South during the 1964 Freedom Summer effort and later, founded a math training program to educate students in underfunded public schools. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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In the podcast Finding D.W., host and former D.W. voice actor Jason Szwimer interviews other male actors who played Arthur's kid sister. Jason Szwimer hide caption

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A New Podcast Explores Why 'Arthur' The Aardvark's Sister D.W. Was Voiced By Boys

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Left: In April 2020 Debbie Kosta was on a ventilator for almost a month. Right: "I'm pushing through this COVID long-hauler disease by biking each day," says Kosta. "Going from learning how to walk again to learning how to bike again took me a few months. Now I bike 24 miles up and down the Hudson." Debbie Kosta; Agni Zotis hide caption

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Racked With Guilt, Some COVID-19 Survivors Are Asking, 'Why Me?'

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Anti-abortion-rights protesters come out in May to the Texas Capitol in Austin in response to a bill that Gov. Greg Abbott signed outlawing abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected. Sergio Flores/Getty Images hide caption

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Danita Bilozaze, alongside her daughter Dani, celebrated the completion of her master's degree in education with a portrait session last year at Kye Bay in the Comox Valley, British Columbia. Bilozaze's studies focused on Indigenous language revitalization. Karen McKinnon/McKinnon Photography hide caption

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Search and rescue teams work atop the rubble at the Champlain Towers South condo building Wednesday in Surfside, Fla., where scores of people remain missing after it partially collapsed on Thursday. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Jennifer Starr Dodd, center, and other supporters react to the sentencing of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, Friday, at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis. Chauvin was sentenced to 22 1/2 years in prison. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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Carolyn Pawlenty, the mother of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, speaks in court Friday on her son's behalf. She asked Judge Peter Cahill to be lenient in sentencing her son. Court TV via AP/Pool hide caption

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How many oceans are there? It's National Geographic official now: There are five. Alexander Gerst/ESA via Getty Images hide caption

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Coming Soon To An Atlas Near You: A Fifth Ocean

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