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FILE - An Apple logo adorns the facade of the downtown Brooklyn Apple store on March 14, 2020, in New York.
Kathy Willens
In a statement provided to WUNC, Gov. Roy Cooper said Apple is still committed to investing in North Carolina. The tech company reportedly wants to delay its timeline for completion of the campus by four years.
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  • Thanks to a budget provision last year, state lawmakers can now deny the public access to their emails, documents and other records that most other branches of state government are required to release. That move toward secrecy is just one of many transparency concerns at the legislature. A few weeks ago, Democrats in the legislature filed a proposed constitutional amendment to guarantee public access to government records. One of the amendment's sponsors, Rep. Pricey Harrison, D-Guilford, joins WUNC's Colin Campbell to discuss the proposal along with a wide range of issues that make it difficult for the public to keep track of legislative action.
  • The vast majority of people living with dementia receive essential care from their own family and friends. This work is emotionally rigorous, but also filled with joy, surprise and creativity. More than 11 million Americans are doing this unpaid caregiving, and Anita meets two of them: a millennial who supported her mom and grandmother through different stages of Alzheimer's disease and a man in his 70s who is a care partner for his wife of 50 years.Meet the guests:- Jacquelyn Revere, creator of "Mom of My Mom" Instagram and TikTok handles, shares her story of becoming a full-time caregiver at the age of 29 and talks about the logistical and financial realities — and joys — of taking on this role- Kanu "KC" Mehta, care partner for his wife Sumi, explains how his background as an engineer has helped him creatively solve problems that have arisen with caring for Sumi and gets into the emotional journey he has been on as a care partner for the last 10 yearsRead the transcript | Review the podcast on your preferred platformFollow Embodied on X and Instagram Leave a message for EmbodiedThe poem that KC reads at the end of the episode is "Do Not Ask Me to Remember" by Owen Darnell.


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Rissi Palmer (left) and Rhiannon Giddens (right) holding Due South mugs during their in-studio interview about My Black Country and the history of Black artists in country music at WUNC
Erin Keever
2024 has ushered in a renaissance for Black country musicians in an industry that has historically overlooked them. Co-host Leoneda Inge chats with writer Alice Randall and musicians Rhiannon Giddens and Rissi Palmer.
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An illustration featuring two people in a kitchen. The person on the left is younger with curly dark hair and medium-tone skin. She's wearing a striped tank top and blue pants and is smiling and dancing while facing the person on the right, who is older with medium-tone skin and shorter gray hair. The person on the right is wearing a long-sleeved green shirt and striped pants and is smiling and facing the person on the left with her two hands up in the air as though she's dancing. In the foreground of the illustration is a plate with a piece of bread on it with purple jelly partially spread on it. The words "Embodied Tended" are in the lower right hand corner of the illustration.
Charnel Hunter
The vast majority of people living with dementia receive essential care from their own family and friends. Two caregivers share their experiences supporting their loved ones with dementia.
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