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Valentine's Day cards created by artist and activist Tanzila Ahmed tackle Islamophobia with snark and humor. Courtesy of Tanzila Ahmed hide caption

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'You've Hijacked My Heart': Valentines That Fight Islamophobia With Humor

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In the 1930s and '40s many people sent love letters to each other by sending their voices on records. Thomas Y. Levin/Phono-Post Archive at Princeton University. hide caption

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Voice In The Mail: Audio Love Letters Were Hot In The 1930s And '40s

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