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Gregory Day holds a placard covered in photos of his deceased daughter, Dawn. It's the one he carried in a Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's march last spring. Melodie Edwards/Wyoming Public Media hide caption

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7 States Step Up Efforts To Fight Violence Against Indigenous Women

Native girls and women are more likely than average to be the victim of a violent crime. Now, several state task forces will try to better identify and locate indigenous crime victims.

No Gimmicks (Instrumental)
I Need My Minutes (Instrumental)
Hush Rae & Christian, Mark Rae et. al.
All I Ask Rae & Christian & Veba
Bromas Tristeza

In 2012, this mother carried her 5-year-old son to a malaria clinic in Thailand from Myanmar. Two new studies find that multidrug-resistant parasites are rendering front-line malaria drugs ineffective in Southeast Asia. Ben de la Cruz/NPR hide caption

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Study: Malaria Drugs Are Failing At An 'Alarming' Rate In Southeast Asia

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Karmawain Bushido
Shap Baba Various
Launch Adam Young
Trajectory Burn Adam Young
American Teen Khalid
Young, Dumb and Broke Smooth Jazz All Stars

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7 States Step Up Efforts To Fight Violence Against Indigenous Women

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I Love to Laugh Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke et. al.
Make 'Em Laugh
Wolf Drawn Emancipator
Lionheart Emancipator
Remembering Avishai Cohen

Art Neville of the Meters and the Neville Brothers performing at Tipitina's in New Orleans in 2011. Neville died Monday at age 81. Erika Goldring/Getty Images hide caption

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Art Neville, A New Orleans Icon, Dead At 81

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They All Asked for You Bonne Musique Zydeco
Instrumental Jam Neville Brothers
I See You (Theme from Avatar) Leona Lewis
Main on End Alan Silvestri
Anomaly: Mvt. VI Glenn Kotche, Kronos Quartet

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