NPR has launched a new series about the impact of Donald Trump’s presidency on the world.
The series will explore how people from different countries, regions and walks of life are coping with the Trump era and the legacy it leaves behind.
The series will focus on four people in the U.S., each with a story they are attempting to share.
NPR’s David Greene will moderate the series, which will focus at least partially on the stories of the four people, and will discuss the challenges they face as they try to navigate the political landscape after Trump’s victory.
The four men will share their experiences on how they’ve survived, how they’re adjusting, and how their story may change.
Each man has taken different steps in the wake of Trump’s election and the post-election uncertainty that followed.
The fourth man will tell a similar story, one that he’s struggling to get through to his daughter.
The four men are:Bridget Kelly-Friedlander (left) and her husband, Dave, in New York, in 2016.
She works as an assistant to a musician in Washington, D.C. (Photo by: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)Bridgit Kelly-Fish (left), left, and her father, Dave Fish, in Seattle, in 2011.
They are working on a record with producer Mike Nelson.
They own a local record store.
(Image by: John Gress/Getty/NPR)Brigid Fisher, right, and his mother, Linda, in Philadelphia, in 2001.
(File photo by John Gifford/Getty)Brianna Staggs, left, with her sister, Brooke, in Portland, Ore., in 2006.
She is a teacher in California.
(Brigitte Stagg/Courtesy)Bruno S. Schulze, left (left, center), and his wife, Anne, in Los Angeles, in 2004.
They run a boutique catering company.
(Getty Images/GettyImages)John F. Kennedy Jr. (right), left and his daughter, Vivian, in Washington in 1963.
He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the director of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
(AP Photo/John F and Lenny Ignelzi)Bryant Williams, left and her brother, Ben, in Brooklyn, in 2000.
They live in New Jersey.
(Chris Pizzello/Getty Image)Brett Williams, right (left and center), in Philadelphia in 2016, and a former member of The Grateful Dead, is an artist.
He’s working on new music.
(Al Seib/AP)Rory Harrison (right) and his father, Steve, in Miami, in 2008.
(Jae C. Hong/AP Photo)Rickie Lee Jones (left).
(Photo via: Courtesy Rickie LeeJones)Rihanna (left); husband of country singer Chris Brown; mother of pop star Rihanna; daughter of country artist Rihanna and actress Nicole Richie; and a friend of rapper Snoop Dogg.
(Ryan M. Kelly/AP, File)Kanye West (left in 2004).
He is the president of the Worldwide Leader in Recording Artists, the chief executive officer of Def Jam, and the president and co-founder of G.O.O./Def Jam Records.
He has won Grammy Awards for Best Rap Album, Album of the Year, and Album of The Year.
He was born in Chicago and is from South Africa.
(Courtesy of Rickeris/Getty, File; Courtesy of Ricki-Lee)Justin Timberlake (left)… in a photo from 2009.
He will be 71 years old in 2018.
(Scott Olson/Getty Photos)Snoop Dog G (left; in a 2011 photo).
He has released five albums and recorded dozens of songs over the last four decades.
He lives in West Hollywood, California.
He owns the recording label Run-D.M.C., which was founded by his wife Yolanda, and is the lead producer on the hit song “Famous” by Drake.
He also owns the pop-rock group N.E.R.D. and is currently a member on the Grammy-winning hip-hop group, Run- D.M.’s.
(Ricky Carioti/AP; File)Justin Bieber (left… in a 2010 photo.
He currently has two children, Prince and 21-year-old Amber.
(Paul Sancya/AP/AP photo)Drake (left at his hotel in New Orleans, in 2006.)
He was awarded a Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance.
He resides in Los Angeles and is one of the biggest stars in the world, but is not related to Rihanna or Rihanna’s family.
He said the family is working hard to move forward after her father’s death.
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