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Tourists still stop by to see the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio rivers in the city of Cairo, Ill., where commercial ships dock on the banks. A long history of racial tension dating to the Civil War still stings in Cairo. And like many rural towns across the U.S., the community feels underappreciated and misunderstood. Cara Anthony/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Why A Hard-Sell Pitch For COVID Vaccines Won't Work In This Rural Illinois Town

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The sponsor of 4-H clubs nationally is tapping its respected roots in rural communities to promote COVID-19 vaccines. But it won't be easy, locals say. Start with trusted local voices — and listen.

At the moment there is little data available on the impact of contracting COVID-19 and the respiratory syncytial virus (pictured), and whether together they can make a person sicker. But health officials worry it could put young patients — who are not eligible for the coronavirus vaccine — at greater risk. BSIP/UIG Via Getty Images/Universal Images Group via Getty hide caption

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As Children's COVID Cases Surge, There's Another Virus On The Rise

Health care workers on the front lines of the pandemic say there is another concerning prospect looming: a surge in children diagnosed with a combination of COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus.

Tashrima Hossain, who used to work in Wall Street but quit to join Facebook, is part of a growing number of young people who are no longer attracted by the allure of Wall Street despite the rising salaries. She poses for a portrait at Alamo Square in San Francisco, Calif. on Wednesday, August 11, 2021. Preston Gannaway for NPR hide caption

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Wall Street Is Paying Over $100,000 To Junior Bankers. For Many, That's Not Enough

Wall Street has a big problem on its hands: Many of the young people it needs to fill its talent pool are having doubts about working in the industry.

Wall Street Is Paying Over $100,000 To Junior Bankers. For Many, That's Not Enough

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Queen Arroyo grew up in the Red Fern Houses, in Far Rockaway. She now works in violence interruption. Jasmine Garsd/NPR/Jasmine Garsd/NPR hide caption

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When Shootings Erupt, These Moms, Pastors And Neighbors Step In To Diffuse Tension

The community members known as "violence interrupters," can play a vital role diffusing potential gun violence retaliation in neighborhoods that don't trust police.

When Shootings Erupt, These Moms, Pastors And Neighbors Step In To Diffuse Tension

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Computer Models Of Civilization Offer Routes To Ending Global Warming

Scientists who warned of heat waves and rising seas this week also say that it's possible to avoid the worst effects of the warming climate. They're relying on computer models of the world economy.

Having a compromised immune system puts you at higher risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19. Studies show that the initial vaccine doses are less effective for people with weakened immune systems. A third shot can boost protection. Christiana Botic/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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6 Things To Know If You're Immunocompromised And Considering A 3rd Shot

People with weakened immune systems who already got two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines can now get a third shot. But exactly who is eligible? Here's what we know so far.

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That's 'Comrade' To You! North Korea Fights To Purge Outside Influences On Language

North Korea is trying to purge foreign cultural influences, including South Korean variations on the language that the two countries share. Experts say controlling language is an uphill battle.

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Taking In Mexico City's History By Canoe And Bike

There is a lot to see around the Mexican capital. NPR's correspondent recommends canoeing and biking along some of Mexico City's tucked-away sites.

Taking In Mexico City's History By Canoe And Bike

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Saweetie speaks at Sprite's Live from the Label Virtual Concert Series in Los Angeles. The best-selling rapper recently became the latest celebrity to have her own branded meal at McDonald's. Rich Fury/Getty Images for Sprite hide caption

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As Brands Reach For Diverse Customers, McDonald's Launches A Saweetie Celebrity Meal

Big companies are becoming more inclusive and featuring more Blacks and other minorities in their ads and marketing materials as a way to take a stand against racism, analysts say.

Devery Jacobs, D'Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai, Lane Factor, and Paulina Alexis (L-R) attend the premiere of FX's new comedy series "Reservation Dogs" at NeueHouse Los Angeles on August 5, 2021 in Hollywood, California. The show is being hailed as groundbreaking for Indigenous representation. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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'Reservation Dogs' Is A Game Changer For Indigenous Representation On TV

In the new comedy series 'Reservation Dogs', four Indigenous teens in rural Oklahoma are desperate for a new life in California. Native critic Vincent Schilling calls the show "ground breaking."

'Reservation Dogs' Is A Game Changer For Indigenous Representation On TV

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Students applaud at the Morehouse College commencement ceremony on May 16, 2021, in Atlanta. Morehouse recently announced it would clear remaining tuition balances for students, joining several other HBCUs doing the same. Marcus Ingram/Getty Images hide caption

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HBCUs Erasing Student Debt With Federal Funds Brings Hope For Students And Schools

More than 20 historically Black colleges have used the CARES Act to wipe out their students' outstanding tuition balances. Erasing their debt, HBCU leaders say, benefits the students, and the school.

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Black Lives Are Celebrated In Bisa Butler's Extraordinary, Technicolor Quilts

The artist's life-size images explode with color and are inspired by iconic black and white photos. Her work is on display at Chicago's Art Institute through Sept. 6

Black Lives Are Celebrated In Bisa Butler's Extraordinary, Technicolor Quilts

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