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Breaking bricks is one of the lowest-paying jobs in Bangladesh. This photo was shot at a brick kiln in the Dhaka District, home to the capital city of Dhaka. Paul Joseph Brown hide caption

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Goats and Soda

Life On $1.25 A Day: Plenty Of Worries But Still Time For Tea

United Nations member states pledged Friday to eliminate extreme poverty by 2030. That's defined as surviving on $1.25 per person per day. What is life really like on that amount?

Leaving Town Chicane & Salt Tank
Path Caribbean Jazz Project
In the Fast Lane Jean-Luc Ponty
Contrapunctus 2
Hovering the Dry Sea Trey Gunn

Breaking bricks is one of the lowest-paying jobs in Bangladesh. This photo was shot at a brick kiln in the Dhaka District, home to the capital city of Dhaka. Paul Joseph Brown hide caption

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Life On $1.25 A Day: Plenty Of Worries But Still Time For Tea

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Broken Bell Friends of Dean Martinez
Jack Barry's Trap EKO
Lost Again, Dark Bill Frisell
Passagaglia
Rattle Trap Will Bernard
Now That You're Gone
Outlier John Morton
Panda's Dream Dave Weckl
Flock Tony Geballe
Fields of Rhythm Gerry O'Connor

Zeb Bangash performs with her band Sandaraa at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City last year. (Left to right: Michael Winograd, Bangash, Yoshi Fruchter, Eylem Basaldi.) Adam Berry/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Pakistani Pop Star Pulls From The Culture's Musical Past And Present

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Labyrinth Hiromi

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