From left: Comedians Natasha Chandel, Abdullah Afzal and Mariam Sobh. They each performed a set during the Socially Distant Eid Comedy Night Special, a virtual event hosted by the Concordia Forum.
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"There seems to be this sense where disabled people are kind of seen as oddities and forced to go through this world to be singled out and othered," says Imani Barbarin. "There's really no common sense attached when able-bodied people approach disabled people."
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A man leads two young boys into Friday prayers as Muslim worshippers arrive for prayer following the mosque attacks in New Zealand at the Islamic Center of Washington in Washington.
Generation Z has grown up with social media more so than any other generation. With more employers checking social media histories, people's past posts can negatively impact their careers.
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A model is seen wearing a black Gucci turtleneck with red lips. After the company was widely criticized for what many saw as resembling blackface, Gucci withdrew the sweaters from its shelves.
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A furloughed Transportation Security Administration employee at a food distribution spot for federal workers set up at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.
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