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A White Teen Was Killed By A Cop And No One Took To The Streets. Is That A Problem?

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Uzo Aduba (from left), Taylor Schilling, Laverne Cox, Selenis Leyva, Kate Mulgrew, casting director Jennifer Euston and Laura Prepon attend a Orange Is The New Black screening on Aug. 11, in New York City. Scott Roth/Invision/AP hide caption

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Award-Winning Casting Director Says Diversity Isn't A Trend, It's Evolution

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Tres hermanas- "Three Sisters", Cuajinicuilapa, Guerrero, Mexico, 1986. Tony Gleaton/Courtesy The Tony Gleaton Photographic Trust, All Rights Reserved hide caption

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Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones stands next to a illegal aliens sign he had placed in the parking lot of the Butler County Sheriff's Department, Nov. 3, 2005, in Hamilton, Ohio. David Kohl/AP hide caption

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Tracing The Shifting Meaning Of 'Alien'

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Scenes from Ferguson, Mo., in August 2014, captured by some of the reporters I spoke to for this story. Courtesy of Trymaine Lee, Wesley Lowery, Gene Demby and Yamiche Alcindor hide caption

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How Black Reporters Report On Black Death

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Larry Wilmore is the host of The Nightly Show, a satirical news show that airs on Comedy Central. Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images hide caption

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With Its 100th Episode, Larry Wilmore's 'Nightly Show' Has Found Its Voice

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A YWCA summer camp for girls called Camp Nizhoni took place at Lincoln Hills from 1924-1945. Denver Public Library, Western History Collection hide caption

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During Segregation, A Mountain Oasis Gave Black Families A Summer Escape

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Cynthia Hawkins is in the third generation of her family to lead a business in Watts, now known as the Hawkins House of Burgers. Courtesy Hawkins House of Burgers hide caption

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Through Watts Riots And Rodney King, Hawkins House Of Burgers Stands Strong

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Walter Mosley: Watts Riots 'Paved The Way For A Lot Of Change'

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Sisters Francine and Fernanda Gravina have German, Italian, African and indigenous ancestry. Lourdes Garcia-Navarro/NPR hide caption

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Dark-Skinned Or Black? How Afro-Brazilians Are Forging A Collective Identity

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Paige Watkins (from left), Sarah Johnson, Camille Johnson, Chris Turner and Devon Porter stand in front of Detroit's Eastern Market. They are all contributors to Black Bottom LLC, a project committed to recapturing the vibrancy of the Black Bottom community. Courtesy of Justin Milhouse hide caption

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Hamilton, which opened Thursday on Broadway, is a play based on the life of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. Joan Marcus/Shane Marshall Brown hide caption

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A Hip-Hop Soundtrack For A Musical About Alexander Hamilton? Sure, Why Not?

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