Audience members react as President Trump delivers remarks in January 2020 at an Evangelicals for Trump coalition launch at the King Jesus International Ministry in Miami.
Rev. Dwayne Gary's experience of racial profiling has led him to speak out and inspire others in his suburban Chicago community to tell their own stories of mistreatment.
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Pope Francis celebrates Christmas Eve Mass on Thursday at St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican as Italy went back into lockdown measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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A Hasidic man and medical workers cross paths near the Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., in November. When public health messaging comes from community leaders, it's much more likely to be adopted, research on diverse groups finds.
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The Vatican said Monday that it is "morally acceptable" to use COVID-19 vaccines, even if they used "cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process." Pope Francis, who approved the statement, is seen here in January.
The Cantors of Wisconsin perform over a video call. On Sunday, for the first time ever, about a dozen Wisconsin cantors will virtually broadcast a mix of Hanukkah tunes, both traditional and reimagined.
Demonstrators wait with green headscarves — the symbol of abortion rights activists — outside the Argentine Congress in Buenos Aires, where lawmakers endorsed a bill to legalize abortion
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A swastika sticker on a statue at the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial in Boise. The vandalism took place sometime between Monday evening and Tuesday morning, Boise police said.
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