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With 'Blue Bayou,' Filmmaker Justin Chon Asks: Who Decides Who Is American?

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Friends Jennifer Chudy, an assistant professor of political science at Wellesley College who studies white public opinion around race, and Hakeem Jefferson, an assistant professor at Stanford University, scoured public opinion data together in order to write an essay for the New York Times last May called: "Support for the Black Lives Matter Movement Surged Last Year: Did It Last?" Lisa Abitbol; Harrison Truong/NPR hide caption

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Rev. Baums takes COVID Vaccine administered by nurse Anita Joy at the Zion AME Syracuse. Cherilyn Beckles for NPR hide caption

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Code Switch: A Shot In The Dark

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After the WNBA announcement of the postponed games for the evening, the Washington Mystics each wear white T-shirts with seven bullets on the back protesting the shooting of Jacob Blake by Kenosha, Wisconsin police at Feld Entertainment Center on August 26, 2020 in Palmetto, Florida. Julio Aguilar/Getty Images hide caption

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The evolution of a nickname for a certain type of white woman. Connie Hanzhang Jin/NPR hide caption

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Code Switch: What's In A 'Karen'?

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Central American migrants, hoping to ask for asylum in the United States, are being relocated to a temporary shelter in Tijuana, Mexico. Volunteers from San Diego visit the migrants weekly to help with health care. GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Asylum-Seekers Waiting In Mexico, Volunteers Offer Medical Help

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A firefighter searches a trailer park destroyed in the Camp Fire on Friday Paradise, Calif. John Locher/AP hide caption

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California Offers Safe Space For Firefighters To Work Through Stress And Trauma

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