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After the election, professional peacemakers may feel they have to work harder to tamp down heightened feelings of "us versus them" in the workplace. Marcus Butt/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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The White Nationalist Origins Of The Term 'Alt-Right' — And The Debate Around It

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Daniel Foose Returns From Family's Former Slave Plantation With New Album Material

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Tenzin Dorjee, one of the owners of the Himalaya Restaurant in Plattsburgh, N.Y., was repeatedly harassed in the days after the presidential election. Zach Hirsch/North County Public Radio hide caption

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Support Pours In For N.Y. Immigrant After Post-Election Harassment

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Tonya Stands recovers from being pepper sprayed by police after swimming across a creek with other protesters hoping to block construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, near Cannon Ball, N.D., on November 2. John L. Mone/AP hide caption

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Rep. John Lewis views for the first time images and his arrest record for leading a nonviolent sit-in at Nashville's segregated lunch counters in 1963. Rick Diamond/Getty Images hide caption

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In Nashville, Rep. John Lewis Gets Surprise From His Civil Rights Past

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Bradley Opere, student body president at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, is a trailblazer in a blazer. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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Kenyan 'Wonk' Breaks Barriers As Student Body Prez At UNC

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A suggestion on the podcast that people of color should win over the hearts and minds of white folks prompted pushback from listeners and a question: who, if anyone, might even be willing to do this? Bjorn Rune Lie/Getty Images/Ikon Images hide caption

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Who Should Do The Hard Work Of Being The Race Ambassador?

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Some of the indigenous corn varieties growing in Taylor Keen's backyard. Cherokee White is a kind of sweet corn with white, purple, and yellower kernels that is ground for flour. Green Oaxacan is processed to make hominy and corn meal. Grant Gerlock/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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