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Maria Laura Rojas, a climate activist from Bogota, at the outskirts of the city. Erika Piñeros for NPR hide caption

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Goats and Soda

From a place of privilege, she speaks the truth about climate to power

Maria Laura Rojas admits that climate change has not had an impact on her own life. But with empathy and determination, she'll speak out for the most vulnerable at the COP26 summit.

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Opinion: Timely Halloween costumes

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Somebody's Watching Me Rockwell
Superstition Stevie Wonder

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From a place of privilege, she speaks the truth about climate to power

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A supporter of former President Donald Trump displays a "Let's Go, Brandon" hat before a campaign event for Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate for Virginia, in Arlington, Va., last Tuesday. Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Here's what 'Let's Go, Brandon' actually means and how it made its way to Congress

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After the Revival Brian Blade
Old Graffiti Bibio
Basketball Kurtis Blow
Whispering Miles Davis
Sailing the Solar Flares Dirtwire
Samba De Orly Chico Buarque

Trump Tower's new wine and whiskey bar, 45, includes enormous pictures of the former president, in and around the White House. Andrea Bernstein/NPR hide caption

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Trump's businesses and brand still suffering from his polarizing rhetoric

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Eagle Moon Blended Babies
Werewolf Bar Mitzvah Jeff Richmond & Tracy Morgan
Swing Lo Magellan Dirty Projectors
A.J & Atom Soul Square

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Helado Negro's meditative new album, 'Far In,' is one he's always wanted to hear

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Aguas Frías Helado Negro
Tamala Joe Driscoll & Sekou Kouyate

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