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Amiri Nash, 18, co-founded an organization that creates signs about racial injustice to post in predominantly white neighborhoods. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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PS 126/Manhattan Academy of Technology students Angelo Chen, Nicole Zheng, Kristi Jiang, Becky Liu, Leo Yu, Si Chen Xu and Zoe Jiang on a school field trip. Courtesy of Karin Patterson hide caption

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Coronavirus, Racism And Kindness: How NYC Middle-Schoolers Built A Winning Podcast

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Students behind the Flossy Podcast: Joshua Bovell, Jaheim Birch-Gentles, Brianna Johnson, Jamar Thompson, Ieszan McKinney, and Kamari Murdock in Canarsie, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Not pictured - Isaiah Dupuy) Kholood Eid for NPR hide caption

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'Climate Change Is Racial Injustice': Students Speak Their Truth In Winning Podcast

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Frozen in time: Theater Director David Miller returned to Zeeland High School in western Michigan weeks after his students' scheduled performance, to find the set still up. Courtesy of David Miller hide caption

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Performing In A Pandemic: Taking The High School Play Online

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Best Of The Best: Here Are The Finalists In The NPR Student Podcast Challenge

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Camden Catholic High School's virtual choir sings "I Am With You Always," led by music director Greg Gardner. Greg Gardner and Patrick Gardner/YouTube hide caption

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The Beat Goes On: High School Choirs Improvise In The Age Of Coronavirus

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