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Filipino farmworkers, including Larry Itliong (left), were the first to walk out of vineyards, prompting the Delano Grape Strike. They would join forces with Mexican laborers led by Cesar Chavez to form the United Farm Workers. Farmworker Movement Documentation Project/University of California San Diego Library hide caption

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Grapes Of Wrath: The Forgotten Filipinos Who Led A Farmworker Revolution

Cesar Chavez inspired the world; Larry Itliong inspired Cesar Chavez. In 1965, the Filipino laborer led California grape pickers on a strike that would spark the modern farmworker movement.

Tourists in an American classic car are driven past a billboard welcoming Pope Francis in Havana on Tuesday. The crush for the pope's visit will strain Cuba's limited tourist infrastructure. Desmond Boylan/AP hide caption

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The Pope's Visit Will Stretch Cuba's Overworked Hotels And Eateries

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What's In A Name? Maybe, The First Recorded Use Of A Swear Word

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If I Had the Copyright (Sound Effects Version) Carla Ulbrich
Chicken Dog John Scofield

Filipino farmworkers, including Larry Itliong (left), were the first to walk out of vineyards, prompting the Delano Grape Strike. They would join forces with Mexican laborers led by Cesar Chavez to form the United Farm Workers. Farmworker Movement Documentation Project/University of California San Diego Library hide caption

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Grapes Of Wrath: The Forgotten Filipinos Who Led A Farmworker Revolution

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A survey from the Authors Guild reveals a 30 percent decline in author income since 2009. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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When It Comes To Book Sales, What Counts As Success Might Surprise You

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Nothing But the Sky Ivy

Taylor's Vicissitudes, after it began to accumulate coral. Jason deCaires Taylor hide caption

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Set In Stone But Ever-Changing: Sculptures Reshaped By The Tides

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Under the Sea The Ohio State Univeristy Marching Band
Manila Seelenluft

Columnist Mary McGrory holds court among reporters and observers at the 1973 Watergate hearings. Mary McGrory Papers/Library of Congress/Courtesy of Viking hide caption

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Don't Call Her 'Doll': How Mary McGrory Became 'The First Queen Of Journalism'

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David Gilmour's new album, Rattle That Lock, is out September 18th. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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David Gilmour Plucks A Melody From The Air With 'Rattle That Lock'

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And Then... David Gilmour
Raise My Rent David Gilmour

Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina speaks at a presidential forum sponsored by Heritage Action in Greenville, S.C. Richard Shiro/AP hide caption

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Fiorina Carries Debate Momentum To South Carolina

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Selma Halik, holding her 2-year-old daughter Amara at a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, says much of her family was wiped out by ISIS. She doesn't want her daughter to see the things she's seen. Peter Kenyon/NPR hide caption

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On Greek Island, Syrians And Iraqis Find Respite Before Moving On

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Light Flares Thievery Corporation
Web of Deception Thievery Corporation
Wizard Sleeve Charlie Hunter Trio
On Green Dolphin Street Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band
Detroit Bill Laswell & Mike Sopko

Essentials are necessary. Replicas are exact. An exodus is a mass movement of people. These are just a few of the many pleonasms heard and written each day. NPR via wordle.net hide caption

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Please Don't Have A Temper Tantrum About The Pleonasm In This Headline

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All are welcome at Franklin Bell's weekly blues workshop, and the home-brewed event has its share of regulars. Left to right: Lester Lands (guitar), Willie T. Brooks (drums), Tony Ibarra (guitar), Leroy Martinez (bass), "Mr. Wilson" (congas). Shawn Corey Campbell hide caption

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The Blues Finds A Home In A South Central Garage

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Gaia Tribe Sonny Landreth