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The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Willie Nelson, Jamey Johnson in a black shirt that reads "support local food", Lily Meola performing at the 2014 Farm Aid concert on September 13, 2014 at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Farm Aid will be back in Raleigh for the second time in the festival's history Saturday, and the 89-year-old Nelson and his family are the headliners of the show. They'll be joined at the Coastal Creek Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek by Sheryl Crow, Dave Matthews, John Mellencamp, and Allison Russell, among others.
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  • Anita has long taken a laissez-faire approach to digital security. But as she's learned (the hard way), just because she doesn't have something to hide, doesn't mean she has nothing to lose. She calls in experts, including an abortion doula and sex worker, to learn strategies for keeping personal information safe online. Meet the guests: Amanda Bennett, a project manager for Digital Defense Fund, walks us through the basics of digital security and shares practical tips Kestrel, an abortion doula and member of the Mountain Area Abortion Doula Collective, shares what they and their collective members do to protect themselves Dr. Olivia Snow, a sex worker and research fellow at UCLA’s Center for Critical Internet Inquiry, talks about what we can learn from sex workers when it comes to digital security Read the transcript | Review the podcast Follow Embodied on Twitter and Instagram
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  • Iguanas didn’t always fall out of trees during cold snaps in the Sunshine State, but chances are, future generations will regard them as just a natural part of the landscape. With the world changing around us at a rapidly increasing rate, how do we set conservation goals when we can't keep track of what we’ve lost?
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