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Salvador Nó em Pingo d'Água
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Assanhado Jacob Do Bandolim
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An early flier for an event at King's College --” which would later become Columbia University — included an advertisement for a slave auction. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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How Slavery Shaped America's Oldest And Most Elite Colleges

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B Minor Lanterna
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Esketa Dance

Demonstrators congregate near the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday. Numerous rallies and events were planned to mark the second anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement, which targets income inequality and financial greed. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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The Occupy Movement At 2: Many Voices, Many Messages

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Tom Odell: A Polarizing New Voice Shows Promise

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Another Love Tom Odell
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Bring Back Pluto Aesop Rock
Spirits in the Material World Karsh Kale
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Bring It On Home Kinobe

A woman looks at clothes inside a shop in Rio de Janeiro. Consumption has been a huge driver of the Brazilian economy, but the boom years are over, and economists say the outlook isn't good. Sergio Moraes/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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As Economy Cools, Brazilians Find Themselves Trapped In Debt

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A Brazilian Writer's Love Letter To Rio De Janeiro

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Meio de Transporte Zé Cafofinho E Suas Correntes
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What You Think About... St. Germain
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Raisa Ruiz (right) and her niece Mary Badels wait in line at the Manna Food Center, Gaithersburg, Md., on Sept. 13. Chloe Coleman/NPR hide caption

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Census Report Paints Troubling Economic Picture On Incomes

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Ice Gold Fields

Oracle Team USA heads to the waterfront after winning the ninth race of the America's Cup with a 47-second victory over Emirates Team New Zealand. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Calculated To Win: Supercomputers Power America's Cup

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Na Glória Sururu Na Roda
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Emily's Groove Jowee Omicil