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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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Chenjerai Kumanyika writes from the small South Carolina town where Zachary Hammond was killed last month and one question is on everyone’s mind: “Where’s the outrage?”

By the time archaeologists uncovered this statue of the Buddha at Mes Aynak, its head was gone — likely broken off by looters. © Simon Norfolk/National Geographic

What’s Better For Afghanistan’s Future: Buddha Tours Or A Copper Mine?

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A vast archaeological site sits atop one of the world’s biggest untapped copper deposits. And Afghanistan must decide which resource will be a greater boon.

Leonora Florendo and Nora Marks Dauenhauer. (Photo courtesy Juneau Public Libraries)

Listen: The education of Nora Marks Dauenhauer

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“They sprayed every one of our hair and clothes with kerosene. At sixth grade I dropped out,” says Nora Marks Dauenhauer.

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