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Barbara Gaught stands outside the home she's now renting in Billings, Mont., with her 5-year-old son, Blazen, and their dog, Arie. Gaught and her family were evicted from the mobile home they had owned outright and lived in for 16 years because they fell behind on 'lot rent' for the little plot of land under the mobile home. Louise Johns for NPR hide caption

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Losing It All: Mobile Home Owners Evicted Over Small Debts During Pandemic

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Men take a holy dip in the Ganges River on the occasion of first royal bath of Shivratri festival during Maha Kumbh Festival in Haridwar, India. Ritesh Shukla/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Millions Flock To Hindu Festival Amid Coronavirus Spike

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Ciera Amaro's art is one of the submissions to a project called Dispatches from Quarantine. Ciera Amaro via Alexandra Zapruder hide caption

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Dispatches From Quarantine: How Young People Are Documenting History

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Najat Hamza had been living in the U.S. for almost two decades after fleeing Ethiopia's regional state of Oromia when she was young, she told StoryCorps in 2017. "My heart will always belong to Oromia," she said. Najat Hamza hide caption

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An Ethiopian American Refugee Longs For Her Homeland

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Pro-democracy activist Lee Cheuk-yan, center, arrives at a court in Hong Kong Friday. Seven of Hong Kong's leading pro-democracy advocates, including Lee, and pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai, were sentenced Friday for organizing a march during the 2019 anti-government protests. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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9 Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Activists Sentenced For 2019 Protests

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