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Rich Jean; his daughter, Abigail Jean; and librarian Hasina Islam at StoryCorps in Brooklyn, N.Y., in 2016. Jhaleh Akhavan for StoryCorps hide caption

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A Joy Of Reading, Sparked By A Special Librarian Determined To 'Make A Difference'

Hasina Islam fostered a love of reading and the library in Abigail Jean, who is 12. Abigail was just 3 when they met at a branch of the Brooklyn Public Library.

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Domestic Abuse Survivors Fear Deportation Under Trump Policy Biden Has Yet To Reverse

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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, joined by Sens. Ed Markey (left) and Martin Heinrich, discusses legislation in April to reimpose regulations to reduce methane pollution from oil and gas wells. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Biden Signs Bill To Restore Regulations On Climate-Warming Methane Emissions

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A Joy Of Reading, Sparked By A Special Librarian Determined To 'Make A Difference'

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