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The Muñoz family (from left: Jorge, Justin, Blanca and Luz) prepares meals from their kitchen in 2010. Jorge Muñoz hide caption

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A Family Tradition Of Feeding Workers In Need: 'You Do Not Need To Be Rich'

Since 2004, brother and sister Luz and Jorge Muñoz have fed day laborers in Queens, N.Y. Since he was young, Jorge has looked for ways of putting food in the hands of those who needed it.

Voters wave Biden-Harris campaign signs at the entrance to a polling station in Gwinnett County, Ga., on Nov 3. Gwinnett is one of the five Atlanta metro counties that saw a dramatic increase in turnout among Asian American and Pacific Island voters this year. Jessica McGowan/Getty Images hide caption

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Asian American And Pacific Islander Turnout Helped Hand Biden Georgia

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Asian American And Pacific Islander Turnout Helped Hand Biden Georgia

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Robbie Basho helped pioneer the American Primitive style of guitar playing. Now his personal recordings — long thought lost — are being released for the first time. Jeff Dooley/Tompkins Square Records hide caption

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'Song Of The Avatars' Resurrects Guitarist Robbie Basho's Lost Recordings

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A Family Tradition Of Feeding Workers In Need: 'You Do Not Need To Be Rich'

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A person cleans a table in an outdoor tented dining area of a restaurant in Sacramento, Calif., on Nov. 19. Job growth slowed sharply in November as relief aid is due to expire at the end of the year. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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'Warning Signs Flashing': Job Growth Slows Sharply As Pandemic Takes Toll On Economy

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