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Here’s What You Should Know About Ketanji Brown Jackson Now That She’s Confirmed to SCOTUS

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How to Support Trans Youth in Texas Right Now

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I’m an 18-Year-Old Ukrainian Refugee

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A Young Afghan Woman on Her Future

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How You Can Help the People of Ukraine

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the pandemic

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This Scientist Took On Florida’s Governor for His Handling of COVID-19—Then He Came for Her


Every Question About the COVID-19 Vax, Answered

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How COVID-19 Crystalized My Parents’ Mortality

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Stop Posting Vaccination Cards on Social Media

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I Was One of the First to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine

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Call of the Urban Cowgirl

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The Overwhelming Exhaustion of Being the “First”

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Racism Onstage at an Elite Boarding School

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How the Media Failed Lauren Smith-Fields

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If the Biden Administration Were Serious About Racial Justice, They Would Cancel Student Debt

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