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Mohamed Gabril, a refugee who became an American citizen, works at a Somali-owned grocery in Utica, N.Y. He's convinced the U.S. Constitution will protect him from any backlash under Donald Trump. Brian Mann/NCPR hide caption

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In Upstate New York, A Refugee Haven Prepares For Trump Presidency

Utica, N.Y., reshaped its culture and economy by opening the door to refugee immigrants. People in Utica are asking what happens to their experiment after President-elect Donald Trump takes office.

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Stomping Tonight on the Pennsylvania-Alabama Border John Fahey
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People wait at the border in Maicao, Colombia, just across from Venezuela. Venezuelans used to come to buy TVs, computers and other expensive goods. But with the Venezuelan economy in ruins, they now come to buy basic items like rice and sugar. John Otis for NPR hide caption

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Venezuelans Used To Cross Borders For Luxuries; Now It's For Toilet Paper

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Mohamed Gabril, a refugee who became an American citizen, works at a Somali-owned grocery in Utica, N.Y. He's convinced the U.S. Constitution will protect him from any backlash under Donald Trump. Brian Mann/NCPR hide caption

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In Upstate New York, A Refugee Haven Prepares For Trump Presidency

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The Illusionist, film score for orchestra [The Accident] Czech Film Orchestra And Choir, Michael Riesman (conductor)
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Hillary Clinton's Popular Vote Lead Is 1.7 Million And Growing. Here's Why

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Stephen Agyei (left) and Roy Wood Jr. talk about what it takes to make it in comedy. Jeffrey Nicholson/Courtesy of Stephen Agyei; Mindy Tucker/Courtesy of Roy Wood Jr. hide caption

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To Make It In Comedy You Have To Bet On Yourself

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Splendid Wood, for 3 marimbas New England Conservatory Percussion Ensemble, Frank Epstein (conductor)

People protest the appointment of white nationalist alt-right media mogul, former Breitbart News head Steve Bannon, to be chief strategist of the White House by President-elect Donald Trump on Nov. 16, near City Hall in Los Angeles, Calif.MCNEW/AFP/Getty Images) David McNew/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Anti-Defamation League Official: Racist Incidents 'A Wake-Up Call'

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