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Malick Gueye, spokesperson for the Manteros Union, at the Pantera store in the neighborhood of Lavapiés, Madrid. The union represents street vendors who say they face racist harassment on the streets. Olmo Calvo for NPR hide caption

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Street vendors in Spain face racist harassment. So they came together to open a store

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Mike Stoller, 89, the songwriter and producer who, with his producing partner, wrote many of Elvis's biggest songs, poses for a portrait at his home in Los Angeles, CA. Jessica Pons for NPR hide caption

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Elvis songwriter Mike Stoller looks back on his hits

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Students at Amor de Dios Flamenco Center practice for their upcoming showcase. Olmo Calvo for NPR hide caption

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At Madrid's Amor de Dios flamenco center, dancers are finding their rhythm again

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