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The Hannah Duston statue in G.A.R. Park in Haverhill, Mass., has become the subject of fierce public debate. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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History

Statue Of A Killer: Towns Debate Presentation Of A Colonial Woman

A statue of 17th-century English colonist Hannah Duston in Massachusetts has become a flashpoint in the ongoing debate about racist monuments.

Ally Cole (left) and Ruby Wierzbicki show off the childhood photo that revealed a special connection. Ally Cole hide caption

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Opinion: 2 Students On A Bus Discover The Connection Of A Lifetime

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The Night We Met - Instrumental Taylor Davis, Lara de Wit
For Seconds at a Time Skuli Sverrisson & Oskar Guojonsson
Everyone's Gone to the Moon Jonathan King

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Town's Statue Of Colonial Woman Who Killed Natives Sparks Debate

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After the Revival Brian Blade
Still Young Evenings
Monsoon
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five Quantic
All News Is Good News Surprise Chef
On My Way Home Kan Sano

Coastal communities are racing to restore marshes, like these in San Francisco Bay, to provide a barrier against storm surges and rising seas. Cris Benton hide caption

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Got Mud? For Coastal Cities, Humble Dirt Has Become A Hot Commodity

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Audrey Horne Golden Retriever

Virginia state Sen. Amanda Chase speaks at a GOP event in King William County. Chase, one of seven Republicans running for governor, has criticized the party-run nominating convention process. Ben Paviour/VPM hide caption

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For Virginia Republicans, Running Their Own Election Hasn't Gone Smoothly

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Season Song Blue States
Alger la Blanche Nicolas Godin
Southern Nights Allen Toussaint

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