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America Reckons With Racial Injustice

Young Activists Pour Energy Into Protests, But What About The Election?

With a presidential campaign and historic demonstrations unfolding, the country's youngest voters and activists are navigating the power of direct action versus electoral politics in real time.

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Howard University law students, from left, Chanel Sherrod, Domonique Dille and Temitope Aladetimi brought handmade signs to a protest near the White House last Saturday. Sam Gringlas/NPR hide caption

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Young Activists Pour Energy Into Protests, But What About The Election?

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Palestinians demonstrate against Israel's annexation plans in Rafah, Gaza, on June 11. Palestinian leaders have begun refusing to coordinate with Israel on matters of daily Palestinian life, from tax collection to policing to medical treatments — a move some Palestinians see as self-defeating. Anadolu Agency/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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As Israel Vows Annexation, Palestinian Leaders Embark On Risky Form Of Protest

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People walk back and forth across the border between the U.S. and Canada in Peace Arch Park in Blaine, Wash., on May 17. With the border closed to nonessential travel amid the global pandemic, families and couples across the continent found themselves cut off from loved ones on the other side. The park reopening reunited many of them. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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The Pandemic Closed The Border And This Engaged Couple Was Stuck On Opposite Sides

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For sister R&B duo of Chloe and Halle Bailey, creative control is paramount. They co-wrote all of their new album's 13 tracks, and Chloe herself helped produced 10. Robin Harper/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Chloe x Halle On Releasing Their New Album During America's 'Ungodly Hour'

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Farmworkers in Yakima, Washington's fruit packing industry walked off production lines in May and went on strike, demanding more protections against the coronavirus pandemic. Above, Emmanuel Anguiano-Mendoza (left) and Agustin López hold posters featuring David Cruz, a worker who died on May 30. Enrique Pérez de la Rosa/Northwest Public Broadcasting hide caption

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During Pandemic, Farmworkers Kept Their Jobs And Raised Risk Of Infection

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