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Force For Truth Nomak
Anger Of The Earth Nomak
Chiba Nights (John Roberts Remix) Gold Panda
Uno Madlib
130 Meniscus
Fight Club Meniscus
One Soular Order
Reach You Soular Order

Ernie Isley (left) of The Isley Brothers and Chuck D of Public Enemy met at Mr Musichead Gallery in Los Angeles to discuss their respective versions of "Fight the Power." Nickolai Hammar/NPR hide caption

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'Fight The Power': A Tale Of 2 Anthems (With The Same Name)

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Fight the Power Public Enemy
Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos [Instrumental] Public Enemy

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Transcript: NPR's Interview With National Security Adviser John Bolton

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Solitary Bee Mammal Hands
Three Good Things Mammal Hands

Adam Roseman, 52, and Rick Rosenthal, 66, pose after their StoryCorps interview in Atlanta. Brenda Ford/StoryCorps hide caption

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StoryCorps

He Is Jewish, But Being Santa Is His Calling

He Is Jewish, But Being Santa Is His Calling

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Paloma Fabian Almazan and Linda Oh
La Voz de un Piano Fabian Almazan & Rhizome
Memory Mouse On The Keys
What Do I Get? Buzzcocks
Anchorage Surfer Blood
Explore, Be Curious Cloudkicker
You and Yours Cloudkicker
Friday I'm in Love Midnite String Quartet

There has been a backlash since Chinese scientist He Jiankui's claim that he edited genes in embryos that became twin girls. Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Outrage Intensifies Over Claims Of Gene-Edited Babies

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