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Family tensions can bubble to the surface during the holidays, especially after a divisive election. Daniel Fishel for NPR hide caption

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a photo collage of anti- and pro-Trump voters, with an elephant in the middle Tanganyika Zinzani for NPR hide caption

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Vice president-elect Kamala Harris, front center, with, from left, her grandfather, sister, mother and grandmother in 1972. Twitter/ @mayaharris_ hide caption

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Sen. Kamala Harris stands with attendees and participates in the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. hymn at their Annual Pink Ice Gala in Columbia, South Carolina on Friday, Jan. 25, 2019. Elijah Nouvelage/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Victor Samuel Martinez-Rivera, Fernanda Ruiz Martinez, Heber Toscano and Alejandro Vasquez are voting for president for the very first time. Eve Edelheit, Deanna Dent and Xueying Chang/NPR hide caption

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Hip-Hop, Mass Incarceration, And A Conspiracy Theory For The Ages

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The artist's depiction of how the Trail of Tears is related to the Treaty of New Echota. Weshoyot Alvitre for NPR hide caption

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Is It Time To Say R.I.P. To 'POC'?

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Portrait Of A Parent With Alzheimer's

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A collage of the books featured in the episode: Catherine House; Take a Hint, Dani Brown; Real Men Knit; and Mexican Gothic. LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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