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Former 'Teen Vogue' Editor Shares Her Memoir — And Her Manifesto

Elaine Welteroth became the first black beauty director at a Condé Nast magazine. Then she oversaw its political transformation. More Than Enough is her new book.

Glas Kleerup
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Movement Shanghai Restoration Project
Bubbling Well Alley Shanghai Restoration
Love in the Time of Lexapro Oneohtrix Point Never
Visioning Shared Tomorrows Kuedo
Ant City Kuedo
Dorado Pocz, Pacheko
Zarbak (Mr Gasparov Remix) Pocz, Pacheko

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Former 'Teen Vogue' Editor Shares Her Memoir — And Her Manifesto

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I Am Not My Hair India.Arie
Get It Together India.Arie

Mim Akter Tania, 22, thought she was getting a job as a hospital custodian in Saudi Arabia. Instead, she says, she ended up as a domestic servant with an abusive boss. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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They Pump $15 Billion A Year Into Bangladesh's Economy — But At What Cost?

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Displacement Rafael Anton Irisarri
Persistence Rafael Anton Irisarri
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Southern Baptist Convention President J.D. Greear speaks to the denomination's executive committee in February. Church leaders meet this week to discuss clergy sexual abuse cases. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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Southern Baptists To Confront Sexual Abuse And Role Of Women In The Church

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Courage to Become Somebody's Past Say Sue Me

Caregiver Fajriya Khaled holds a child at an orphanage in northeastern Syria, home to 41 children of Yazidi mothers and ISIS fathers. The Yazidi community in Iraq forces the women to leave their children behind if they want to return home. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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In Syria, An Orphanage Cares For Children Born To Yazidi Mothers Enslaved By ISIS

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