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Brooklyn's Laundromats Are in Limbo

“The people who have moved to this neighborhood, they have the money—they think they’re getting the best quality ‘cause they’re paying $5.50 a shirt."
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8.24.15
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Cuba’s Communist Computer Clubs for Children

The “Joven Clubs” are where kids can learn to use computers.
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8.20.15
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How to Make a Magazine in Cuba

​Henry Constantin Ferreiro and graphic designer Sol Garcia Basalt create this illegal bimonthly magazine out of Ferreiro’s small apartment in Camaguey, Cuba.
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8.20.15
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​The Yank Tanks of Havana

Pre-embargo American cars are still used in Havana and around Cuba.
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8.20.15
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​Accessing the Web from Cuba’s WiFi Hotspots

The only way to access the internet on your own device in Cuba is to go to a series of newly opened wifi hotspots around the country.
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8.20.15
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In Photos: The Selma to Washington 'Journey for Justice'

Members and supporters of the NAACP converged in Selma, Alabama to embark on a historic march under the banner "our lives, our votes, our jobs, and our schools matter."
VICE News
8.17.15
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In Photos: Earthquakes in Oklahoma

With 585 noticeable earthquakes in 2014, and 2015 set to top that record this month, Oklahoma is now the most seismically active US state.
VICE News
8.17.15
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In Photos: Voting Rights in North Carolina

In the weeks leading-up to 50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act this month, civil rights activists in North Carolina were in the thick of a landmark trial challenging a state law that rolled back a key part of that Act.
VICE News
8.16.15
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In Photos: Kentucky as LGBT Medical Education Progresses

In Kentucky, the University of Louisville School of Medicine is planning to pilot the first full-year curriculum for treating LGBT patients in the country.
VICE News
8.13.15
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In Photos: Jerusalem In the Wake of the LGBT Pride Murder

A fatal stabbing spree by an ultra-Orthodox man at Jerusalem’s LGBT pride march on July 30 shocked the city, Israel, and the world. VICE News reports on the demonstrations and tension following this event.
VICE News
8.13.15
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In the Dominican Republic, Haitian Citizens Are Left Stateless

​Photographer Chris Gregory discusses his experience covering the deportation of citizens of Haitian descent after a Dominican Supreme Court ruling rendered an estimated half-million people essentially stateless. ​
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8.11.15
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In Photos: California Farmers Versus the Delta Smelt

California farmers have been cut off from surface water supplies amidst a historic drought, in part because state and federal agencies say the river water is needed to protect the habitat of an endangered fish.
VICE News
8.11.15
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