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Sam Zeif heads to the "March for Our Lives" in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. Eslah Attar/NPR hide caption

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Parkland Student: March Was 'Just The Start'

Sam Zeif, like other Marjory Stoneman Douglas students, has become a familiar face on Twitter and on television since a gunman killed 17 of his classmates and teachers last month.

Lt. Col. Bryan (Bree) Fram marches in DC Pride Parade on June 10, 2017. Nic Maloney/Courtesy of B. Fram hide caption

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Transgender Air Force Officer On Trump's Ban And Supportive Fellow Troops

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Lost In Thought Jon Hopkins
Trip to the Stix Monophonics
Phoenix Rhye
Can't Hang Justin Jay
Naoki Guitar
Master of Life Khruangbin
The Anointing Patrick Lee

Author Naomi Alderman, whose novel The Power won the 2017 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction, in front of the Women's Prize Library at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Tabatha Fireman/Getty Images For Baileys hide caption

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In Naomi Alderman's Podcast, Listeners Walk Into The Story

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Battle of Bongo Hill The Herbalizer
Glue of the Other World Four Tet
Green Chimneys Santi Debriano & Roni Ben-Hur
Dreams Young & Sick
Arterial Lusine

Nina Irizarry says she was sexually harassed in various jobs as a contractor but didn't have a human resources person to turn to or an employer to sue. Justin T. Shockley/Courtesy of Nina Irizarry hide caption

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Unequal Rights: Contract Workers Have Few Workplace Protections

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Natural Green
Tommy and Me Jesse Cook, Jesse Cooke et. al.
Menina Chimp Beams

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis speaks at the Pentagon Monday. The military received a big boost in funding last week, raising the overall budget to $700 billion this year. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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How The Pentagon Plans To Spend That Extra $61 Billion

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Santa Cruz de Pacairigua (Holy Cross of Pacairigua), symphonic suite Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela, Gustavo Dudamel (conductor)
My Story Kero One & Hero One

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