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Anglebert Maurice Kakuja, 29, a Sapeur, or Congolese dandy, shows off his fashion sense while wearing a homemade mask in the eastern Congolese city of Bukavu. Sapeurs take their name from the acronym for their group: Societe des Ambianceurs et des Personnes Elegantes. Raissa Karama Rwizibuka hide caption

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My husband, Mbaye, helps Lola with her schoolwork. He's taken over as her teacher for the past couple of months as we do online school. After some initial frustration, we realized we just need to do things at our own pace and make sure to have fun. May 18, 2020. Dakar, Senegal. Ricci Shryock/@EverydayAfrica hide caption

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How Definitive Image Of Pandemic Could Help Explain Tragedy

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Liege Camila Pistore Veras, Rafael Duckur, and Joana Luiza Mendes (left to right) load boxes of produce into a truck at a farm outside of Sao Paulo, Brazil. This produce, and more, will be distributed in favelas, poor urban neighborhoods where residents live in crowded homes and lack basic sanitation. Patrícia Monteiro for NPR hide caption

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Fresh Air Remembers Beatles Photographer Astrid Kirchherr

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Looking out of an adobe window. Salvador, Brazil, 1963. Elliott Erwitt/National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution hide caption

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Dorothea Lange, Migratory Cotton Picker, Eloy, Arizona (1940). During many of Lange's portraits she would talk for a while with her subjects, recording their speech patterns and getting to know their perspectives on life. Dorothea Lange/Courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, New York hide caption

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'A Community Of Desperation' Finding Sympathy And Solidarity In Dorothea Lange

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Photographer Documents The Personal Items Confiscated By Border Patrol

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"Spice pet" Jared Miller, photographed on Skid Row in Los Angeles. Jeff Sharlet/Jeff Sharlet hide caption

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Human Connections Light Up 'This Brilliant Darkness'

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