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(Left) During the coronavirus pandemic, cleaning has become more intense and important. Gloves used for cleaning photographer Celeste Alonso's house in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (Right) Plants on Alonso's balcony. Celeste Alonso hide caption

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A house designed by Paul R. Williams in La Cañada Flintridge, Calif. The first licensed Black architect west of the Mississippi, Williams was known for using curves to create a sense of intimacy, even in grand spaces. Janna Ireland hide caption

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'Regarding Paul R. Williams' Honors Legacy Of LA's Barrier-Breaking Black Architect

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Photographer Sarah Waiswa's image of her daughter, Ria: "She spends a lot of time in our bed. Babies bring the hope of goodness and light, but 2020 has been a heavy year. I am afraid about the type of world I have brought her into. I hope by the time Ria grows up, human beings will be kinder to each other. June 21. Nairobi, Kenya. Sarah Waiswa/@EverydayAfrica hide caption

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An angry and frustrated crowd of about 1,500 people call for the resignation of Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney and Richmond Police Chief Will Smith on June 2 outside of City Hall. Regina H. Boone/Richmond Free Press hide caption

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Richmond, Va., Photographer Watches Familiar Anger Resurface In Recent Protests

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Cunningham shot this image of Paige Alms during a free surf in Maui on Jan. 12, 2018 Sachi Cunningham hide caption

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Need A Day At The Beach? Tag Along With Big Wave Photographer Sachi Cunningham

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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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