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Fred Korematsu, whose fight against internment led all the way to the Supreme Court — and who later warned of acting against groups due to their race or religion — is being honored by several states today. He died in 2005. Robin Weiner/AP hide caption

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Vishwesh Bhatt is the executive chef of Snackbar, a restaurant in Oxford, Miss. And he's winning acclaim as one of the region's best chefs for Indian-inflected Southern fare that reflects a changing South. Danny Klimetz for NPR hide caption

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Mississippi Masala: How A Native Of India Became A Southern Cooking Star

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Immigration agents conduct an arrest in Southern California. President Trump's executive order on immigration broadened the category of immigrants whom the government considers a priority for deportation. J. Emilio Flores/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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In the 2013-14 school year, nearly 70,000 students were arrested in a small share of America's public schools — about 8,000 schools. While every state had arrests in that year, most individual schools did not report any arrests. Education Week Research Center original analysis of Civil Rights Data Collection, 2017 hide caption

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Education Week Research Center original analysis of Civil Rights Data Collection, 2017

Hundreds of New Yorkers gathered at Columbus Circle in New York for a protest march to Trump Tower after the president signed an order to advance the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines. Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Mansoor Shams stands in downtown Denver with his sign, "I'm A Muslim U.S. Marine Ask Anything." He is traveling the country in an effort to dispel misconceptions about Muslims. Mubashar Khan hide caption

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Muslim Marine Answers Questions In Effort To Fight Islamophobia

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The Alma Mater statue on the Columbia University campus in New York City. The university has released an initial report on its historical ties to slavery in America. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Though Donald Trump's policies may not help his voters economically, sociologist Arlie Hochschild says he is speaking to them on a deeper level: meeting their emotional needs. MICHAEL MATHES/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Strangers in Their Own Land: The 'Deep Story' of Trump Supporters

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Examining Obama's Legacy On Race Relations, And What To Expect From Trump

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Intersectional Feminism: Representation In Saturday's Women's Marches

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Leila Prelec with son Sergei Tourien at Donald Trump's inauguration. Prelec said she brought Sergei with her from Medfield, Mass., "to experience love of country." Keith Woods hide caption

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