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Opinion: Facebook's Link To The Rohingya Muslims

In his essay this week, NPR's Scott Simon reflects on the role Facebook plays in the atrocities that have been used against the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.

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Opinion: Facebook's Link To The Rohingya Muslims

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Professor Strangeweather Aaron Parks
Digital Society Aaron Parks
Radio Boogie Hot Rize

Nicole and Ben Veum, with their little boy, Adrian. Nicole was in recovery from opioid addiction when she gave birth to Adrian, and she worried the fentanyl in her epidural would lead to relapse, but it didn't. Adam Grossberg/KQED hide caption

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Childbirth In The Age Of Addiction: New Mom Worries About Maintaining Her Sobriety

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Balanced on a Pin David Crosby
Feed the Fire Dawes
It's Like You're Not Even Trying It Was Romance
Soon My Bloody Valentine
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As Construction Of Keystone XL Is Paused, Tribes Brace For What's Next

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Eventual Surrender William Tyler
Not in Our Stars William Tyler
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Ticks When Told Keller Williams
Boombox Grinch

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The Rise Of The Well-Read Black Girl Book Club

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As some ballet shoe companies have begun to introduce darker shades to include women of color, Marie Astrid Mence, junior artist with Balle Black, is excited for ballet's future generations of dancers who will get to grow up with shoe colors that fit their complexion. Photography by ASH hide caption

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Ballet Dancers Of Color Welcome New Hues As Major Shoe Supplier Diversifies

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Everybody Needs You Laura Veirs
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