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Dressed in the black and neon orange colors of the new transit police, these women are slated to replace a force of notoriously corrupt traffic cops in Mexico State. Edith Chapin/NPR hide caption

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Mexican State's Anti-Corruption Plan: Hire Female Traffic Cops

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Maya May, right, started the bilingual speed-dating business, Spanglish Exchange. Courtesy Spanglish hide caption

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The New And The Next: A Haitian Star, Bilingual Speed Dating

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Van-Anh Vanessa Vo plays the dan tranh zither, a Vietnamese string instrument, in the song "3 Gnossiennes: Gnossiennes No. 3." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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California Love: West Coast Musicians With International Sounds

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