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Paradegoers celebrate at the New York City Pride parade on Sunday. Steven Molina Contreras for NPR hide caption

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NYC Pride sees fresh wave of activism from Supreme Court's abortion decision

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(L) Pro-life protesters reacts to the decision of Roe vs Wade being overturned at the US Supreme Court (R) Pro-abortion rights person with tape on mouth. Dee Dwyer for NPR; Tyrone Turner for NPR hide caption

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Left: Molly (center) and Brock Heston (right), with their mother, Erin (left). Right: Sole'a Harmon (left) and A.J. Proctor (right), attended the March for Our Lives rally against gun violence at the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on June 11, 2022. Greg Miller for NPR hide caption

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Songs to believe in: A Juneteenth playlist

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From left: Bowling Green State University emeritus biology professor George Bullerjahn, Bowling Green graduate student Ryan Wagner and University of Windsor professor Mike McKay set out on the frozen surface of Lake Erie's Sandusky Bay to find a spot to collect water samples on Feb. 9 near Port Clinton, Ohio. Emily Elconin hide caption

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Members of a landowner-led prescribed burn association work together in south-central Nebraska to complete a 945-acre prescribed burn. Everyone on the burn performs an essential role, from the four-wheeler riding internal ignition team to the mop-up crew that patrols the perimeter with water tanks strapped to flatbed pickup trucks. Andria Hautamaki hide caption

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June 2: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, along with Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace as part of the Trooping the Color parade during the queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. Hannah McKay/Reuters hide caption

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Arin Yoon recreates the scene from her mother's conception dream, holding jewels up to the light to discover the name of the child growing in her belly. Arin Yoon for NPR hide caption

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May 26: People visit a memorial in the town square for victims of Tuesday's mass shooting at Robb Elementary School. Eric Thayer/Getty Images hide caption

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Marcela Hernández, directora de la academia Alma Llanera, 2022. "Admiro a mi mamá, porque ella desde pequeñita ha estado sola y iba a clases de danza, se graduó, estudió periodismo, y ahorita ha ido a varios países, muchas personas la conocen y la admiran demasiado", comenta sobre Marcela su hija Mariangel Tumay. Juanita Escobar hide caption

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El Llano: Una historia de baile, lucha y educación

La fotógrafa Juanita Escobar documentó la historia una academia de baile en 2020, en Orocué, y con ello las adversidades de la pandemia para comunidades indígenas.

Marcela Hernández, director of the Alma Llanera Academy, in 2022. "I admire my mom because, since she was a little girl, she has been alone and went to dance classes, she studied, graduated, studied journalism and now she has gone to several countries, many people know her and admire her very much," her daughter, Mariangel Tumay, said about about her. Juanita Escobar hide caption

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Colombian cowboys are known as llaneros, Spanish for plainsmen. Carlos Saavedra hide caption

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South America's traditional cowboys are still at home on the range in Colombia

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