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Pam Voekel is a volunteer teacher at Freedom University in Georgia, an informal school for undocumented youth who are banned from some state schools. John Paul Gallagher hide caption

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Undocumented Students Take Education Underground

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Untitled, by South African artist Gavin Jantjes, is one of the works in the "African Cosmos" exhibition. National Museum of African Art hide caption

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Millennia Of Stargazing At 'African Cosmos' Exhibit

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Sigourney Weaver as Ripley in Ridley Scott's Alien. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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The Movie Glen Mazzara Has 'Seen A Million Times'

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The Bark winds through southeastern Wisconsin's "Kettle Moraine" — small hills called drumlins and deep glacial lakes known as kettles. It's part of the Mississippi watershed. Liam O'Leary hide caption

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Around The River Bend, A Flood Of History

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