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Race and identity, remixed

Nick Sandmann, a student from Covington Catholic High School, stands in front of Nathan Phillips, a Native American, at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. Kaya Taitano/Social Media/Reuters hide caption

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The Fight For Native Voices To Be Heard

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Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, attends a rally with Angel Families on the East Front of the Capitol, to highlight crimes committed by illegal immigrants in the U.S., on September 7, 2018. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc. hide caption

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Why Some Journalists Have A Hard Time Saying The Word 'Racist'

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'Barely Treading Water': Why The Shutdown Disproportionately Affects Black Americans

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What A Case Of Mistaken Identity Tells Us About Race In America

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In the 1940s, Rosanell Eaton became one of the first African Americans in North Carolina to successfully register to vote sicne Reconstruction. In her 90s, she became a vocal opponent of the state's voter ID laws, which disproportionately affected black voters. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Code Switch's 2018 Book Guide

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When The 'White Tears' Just Keep Coming

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Contemporary reprints of original Green Books from 1940 (front) and 1954. Karen Grigsby Bates hide caption

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The Green Book: Celebrating 'The Bible of Black Travel'

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Asian-American students applying to college are closely watching a lawsuit alleging that Harvard University discriminates against Asian-American students in admissions. Scott Eisen/Getty Images hide caption

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As College Apps Are Due, Asian-American High Schoolers Consider Affirmative Action

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How Yellow Fever Turned New Orleans Into The 'City Of The Dead'

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Jonny Sun emerges from behind his social character and navigates his space within the illustration world. Christopher Sun /Courtesy of Kovert Creative hide caption

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Getting Out The Youth Vote With A Dash Of Snark

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