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Angela Okafor at her small immigration law office located inside her store in Bangor, Maine. Okafor, who has a law degree from her home country of Nigeria and passed the New York bar exam, opened an immigration law practice three years ago. Robbie Feinberg/Maine Public Radio hide caption

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Bangor's New Council Member Joins Wave Of Women Of Color Winning Office

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Geri Hongeva (left), who voiced C-3PO in the Navajo translation of A New Hope; artist Duane Koyawena (center); and engineer Joe Mastroianni with Hopi R2 at the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff. Ryan Heinsius/KNAU hide caption

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'The Force Is With Our People' Connects Indigenous Culture To A Galaxy Far Away

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Boeing is the top U.S. exporter, and its decision to suspend production of the 737 Max is expected to ripple through the manufacturing supply chain and bring down economic growth. Jason Redmond/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Boeing Is So Big That Its 737 Max Production Halt Will Slow The Economy

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