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Postcards From Americans: What Motivates People To Vote

Photographer Katie Hayes Luke wanted to look at the issues the drive people to cast their ballots.

Fluid Dynamics Deeb
Theme from Endless Sunset Deeb
Stress Guitarist Denis Taaffe
Tense Guitarist Denis Taaffe
Sunspots Bob Mould
Some Have Said Yppah
Never Mess With Sunday Yppah
Anti-Mass Erik Jekabson
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Altarista Ofelia Esparza says it's been "a nightmare year" of loss for her family. Above, framed photographs of loved ones lost at her community altar in Grand Park. Beau Ryan hide caption

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LA Latinos Mark El Día De Los Muertos In 'A Nightmare Year' Of Loss

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Remember Me [Lullaby] Gael García Bernal, Gabriella Flores, Libertad García Fonzi
Megalopolis Rodrigo y Gabriela
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Island Culebrita Lynn Patrick
Moving On Lynn Patrick
The Most Beautiful Thing I've Ever Seen Anna Laube
Phases Mouse On The Keys
Clarity Mouse On The Keys feat. M'ANAM

Students at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan. The pandemic is straining many small American colleges, but some enjoy distinct advantages over their bigger rivals in fighting the spread of the coronavirus on campus. Carlos Moreno/KCUR.org hide caption

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Despite Strains, Small Colleges Find Advantages In Dealing With COVID-19 On Campus

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