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Office DJ: On growing up

"Upon rediscovering these songs in middle school, I cried for hours. Sometimes I still cry listening to them. I miss being a toddler in Cleveland, Ohio (yes, I’m from Cleveland and I love it), when my parents were still together and I had no responsibilities."

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Larbi Jeddour and Cathy Starks, co-owners of Jed's Kitchen, pose for a portrait in his restaurant on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. Jeddour, who is originally from Morocco, opened the Moroccan and Mediterranean grill in December 2020.

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UNC alumnus Ryan Jenkins, who leads the Law Enforcement and Legislative Reform Committee of the North Carolina Democratic Party Progressive Caucus, poses for a portrait outside of South Building on Monday, March 1, 2021. Jenkins' committee was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by UNC philosophy professor Ram Neta, who taught Jenkins during his time at the University.

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UNC alum Ryan Jenkins, who leads the Law Enforcement and Legislative Reform Committee of the North Carolina Democratic Party Progressive Caucus, poses for a portrait outside of South Building on Monday, March 1, 2021. Jenkins' committee was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by UNC philosophy professor Ram Neta, who taught Jenkins during his time at the university.

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Jackie Carr-Martinez poses for a virtual portrait in her home in Greensboro on Feb. 23, 2021. Carr-Martinez, who identifies as African-American, Indian and Guyanese, was afraid to return to the hospital after a painful experience with a white doctor the night before her first child's birth.

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Jackie Carr-Martinez poses for a virtual portrait with a photo of her family in her home in Greensboro on Feb. 23, 2021. Carr-Martinez, who identifies as African-American, Indian and Guyanese, was afraid to return to the hospital after a painful experience with a white doctor the night before her first child's birth.

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Yasmin Cornish, a bus driver for Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, provides bags of meals at Berkshire 54 Apartments on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021. Food for Students provides meals for CHCCS students whose families have been financially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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