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Black Mud The Black Keys
Hideaway Karen O And The Kids

A participant in the Tuskegee Study in the 1930s. A lingering mistrust of the medical system among many Black people is rooted in the infamous study. National Archives hide caption

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In Tuskegee, Painful History Shadows Efforts To Vaccinate African Americans

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Hideaway Karen O & the Kids
I Will Return Ratatat
An Old Fashioned Man Dan Romer
Queriendote Alcanzar [Instrumental] Juan Gabriel

The Daughters of Kobani: A Story of Rebellion, Courage, and Justice, Gayle Tzemach Lemmon Penguin Press hide caption

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Women Take The Lead In Fighting ISIS In 'Daughters Of Kobani'

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An Ending, A Beginning Dustin O'Halloran
Venga la Esperanza Alfredo Rodriguez & Ibrahim Maalouf
Theme de Yoyo The Cinematic Orchestra
Here Come The Warm Jets Glenn Mercer
Here Come The Warm Jets Glenn Mercer
3:06 Clutchy Hopkins
Staunton Lick Lemon Jelly
When I Was a Boy Biel Ballester

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