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Matt Hanson and Chris Bowling are among 11 student journalists at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who won the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Journalism grand prize for their series "The Wounds of Whiteclay." They wrote about the beer stores in the tiny village of Whiteclay, Neb., which have plagued the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota for years.
People all over the U.K. are trying to come to terms with last week's terrorist attack at a pop concert in Manchester, England. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Imam Irfan Chishti and the Bishop of Manchester David Walker.