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Stella Nyanzi, an academic, activist and poet, interacts with supporters inside court on February 20, 2020 in Kampala, Uganda. Getty Images hide caption

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Radical Rudeness

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A County Roscommon resident holds a radio provided by the Lions Club and Tesco Supermarket to listen to The Rossie Way. RTE hide caption

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Protesters march on June 1 in Auckland, New Zealand, in solidarity with demonstrations across the United States following the killing of George Floyd. Aotearoa is the Maori name for New Zealand. Hannah Peters/Getty Images hide caption

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As New Zealand Police Pledge To Stay Unarmed, Maori Activists Credit U.S. Protests

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Syrian artist Aziz Alasmar paints a mural of George Floyd on the remains of a collapsed building in Binnish, a town in Syria's Idlib province. Mohamad Jamalo hide caption

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The Global Legacy of George Floyd

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Tastes like chicken, but it's OK for Lent: Fried alligator, as served at New Orleans' Cochon restaurant. Chris Granger/Courtesy of Cochon hide caption

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Forget Fish Fridays: In Louisiana, Gator Is On The Lenten Menu

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The Baby Doll Ladies pose during Mardi Gras in New Orleans on Tuesday. Skip Bolen/Getty Images hide caption

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The 'Baby Dolls' Of Mardi Gras: A Fun Tradition With A Serious Side

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This month, a symphony composed by World War II veteran Harold Van Heuvelen had its premiere. Kevin Gift hide caption

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A Veteran's Standing Ovation, 70 Years In The Making

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Digital School Library Leaves Book Stacks Behind

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E-Books Utilize High-Tech 'Ink And Paper' Technology

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Daikon: Unearthing The Radish With Soul

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Soaring Food Costs Hit School Lunch Programs

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