Mary Jo Dudley
Senior Extension Associate, Department of Global Development
Director, Cornell Farmworker Program, Department of Global Development
Mary Jo Dudley is the Director of the Cornell Farmworker Program (a collaborative effort of CALS, CHE and CCE), and a faculty member of the Department of Global Development. She has extensive research interests in immigrant workers, farmworkers, US-Latin American relations, migration from Latin America to the US, and immigrant communities in the US. She is currently involved in capacity building within the farmworker community in New York State. She is also engaged in research on farmworker contributions, farmworker perceptions about life in their new communities, farmworker empowerment, and gender and participation. Current research with farmworkers and farmers examines how to improve workplace relations. Since 2012, Mary Jo has served as Editorial Advisory Board Member for the Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. Mary Jo was selected for the 2012 White House Champions of Change Cesar Chavez Legacy award. In 2015 she was awarded the George D. Levy Engaged Teaching and Research Award at Cornell University.
Outreach and Extension Focus
Mary Jo Dudley's extension efforts center on addressing the needs of farmworkers and their families as they are articulated in the CFP’s ongoing needs assessment. She leads and facilitates on farm activities including: 1) supporting the provision of on-farm language instruction in English: 2) Emergency Planning Workshops that are designed to increase farmworkers' understanding of New York State and federal laws and assist farmworkers in assigning power of attorney and guardianship for children; 3) workshops that address chemical safety on dairy farms; and 4) workshops on how to detect and prevent the spread of cockroaches and bedbugs. While her extension activities are designed for farmworker empowerment through capacity building activities, she also has developed workshops to improve communication between farmworkers, their employers, and members of the communities in which they live. Her outreach activities include the ongoing development of a bilingual farmworker/immigrant service directory for New York State, collaborations with CCE county associations to expand their capacity to address farmworker needs, and providing student support for farmworker service providers through the CMP summer internship program.
Mary Jo’s teaching includes: capacity building workshops for farmworkers, educational forums for extension professionals, farmworker service providers, agricultural employers and other relevant stakeholders. She also teaches DSOC 494- Farmworkers: Contemporary Issues and Their Implications, a team-taught course that examines issues such as farmworker knowledge, agricultural labor demographics, labor concerns, farmworker knowledge regarding pesticides/on-farm chemicals, access to health, education and other services, and challenges faced by unauthorized immigrant workers.
Awards and Honors
2022: National Advisory Committee on Migrant Health
2022: Cornell College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Outstanding Accomplishments in Extension/Outreach, Individual Award
2021: Distinguished Alumna Award, Hartwick College
2020: Extension Risk Management Education (ERME) Outstanding Project Award for the Northeast Region, Extension Risk Management Education
2019: C. Peter Magrath Community Engagement Scholarship Award, National Winner
2019: W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Award, Northeast Regional Winner, Association for Public and Land Grant Universities
2018: CAP Creal Journalism Award, NY Agricultural Society
2015: George D. Levy Engaged Teaching and Research Awardee, Cornell University
2013-2014: Cornell Engaged Learning and Research Faculty Fellow, Cornell University
2012: White House Champions of Change- Cesar Chavez Legacy Award, U. S. White House
2012: Clinton Global Initiative
2012: Signs of Sustainability 2012, Sustainable Tompkins
2011-Pres: Faculty Fellow of the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Cornell University
2010: James A. Perkins for Interracial Understanding and Harmony, Cornell University
2010: Kaplan Family Distinguished Faculty Fellow in Service-Learning, Cornell University
2006: Faculty Fellows-in-Service Awardee, Cornell University
- MRP, Cornell University, 1996
- Bachelor of Arts, Hartwick College, 1978
Immigrant Workers & Communities
Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern, Mary Jo Dudley, Anna Zoodsma, Bhavneet Walia, Rick Welsh, (2022), “Protracted Dependence and Unstable Relations: Agrarian Questions in the H-2A Visa Program,” Journal of Rural Studies (under review).
Laura-Anne Minkoff-Zern, Mary Jo Dudley, Anna Zoodsma, (2022), “National Food Security, Immigration Reform, and the Importance of Worker Engagement in Agricultural Guestworker Debates,” Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development.
- Dudley, M. J., & Sexsmith, K. J. (2015). DACA’s forgotten youth: Educational exclusions among Undocumented Farmworkers in Upstate New York. Harvard Educational Review.
- Dudley, M. J., & Gabriela, V. (2011). "En Caso de una Detencion: Como Navegar el Sistema Legal". Cornell Farmworker Program, Ithaca, NY.
Dudley, Mary Jo, “Latinx and Indigenous Migrant Farmworkers and the Case for Abolition,” Latino Studies Association 2022 National Conference, (July 12, 2022) .
- Dudley, Mary Jo “What Drives H-2A Workers? Why Do They Choose to Work in the US?” Becker Forum, Syracuse, NY (January 10, 2022).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Health and Nutrition Practices and Challenges among Mexican Farmworker Families,” University of Rochester School of Nursing, Virtual Presentation (December 8, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Options for USDA financial support of farmworkers,” Food, Law, and Policy Clinic, Harvard University, (October 26, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Decreasing Vaccine Hesitancy Among Farmworkers,” Cornell Center for Health Equity, Ithaca, NY (June 5, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Farmworkers’ Health Access and Risks on the US East Coast,” Center for Disease Control and University of California at San Diego Research Team, (June 2, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Migration Patterns of Agricultural Workers in Mexico and the US: Guidance for COVID-19 Public Health Responses,” Center for Disease Control and Mexican Ministry of Health Research Team, (May 28, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Strategies to address unmet needs of out-of-school farmworker youth,” NYS Migrant Education Program Comprehensive Needs Assessment Meeting, (May 12, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Supporting Immigrant Families in our Schools” Rural Schools Association, (May 6, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Unpacking structural racism in the food system and moving toward racial equity,” Conversations on the Plantationocene Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (April 15, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Vets as Allies for Farmworkers,” American Association of Bovine Practitioners and the CU Latinx Medical Veterinary Association, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (April 14, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Health Access for Invisible and Unprotected Workers on Farms throughout the Corona Virus Pandemic,” University of California Merced (April 9, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Decreasing Vaccine Hesitancy Among Farmworkers,” Cayuga Medical Center Residency Program, Ithaca, NY (April 5, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Community collaboration and COVID response,” National Center for Farmworker Health, (March 24, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Migrating in a Pandemic: The impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on agricultural labor migration from Mexico and Central America to the U.S.,” the Schreyer Honor College, Pennsylvania State University, (March 2, 2021).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Providing trustworthy, culturally and linguistically appropriate materials and support to farmworkers under COVID 19,” Best Management Practices for COVID-19 Safety in Greenhouses and Nurseries, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (May 14, 2020).
- Dudley, Mary Jo. “NY State Farm Laborers Fair Labor Practices Act: What Does the New NYS Law Mean for Organic Farms?” Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA), 2020 Winter Conference, Syracuse, NY (January 18, 2020).
- Dudley, Mary Jo. “Farm Employee Recruitment and Retention,” Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention, 161st Annual Meeting, Hershey, Pennsylvania. (January 29, 2020).
- Dudley, Mary Jo “Who picks your fruit and milks your cows? Insights from farmworkers in Upstate NY,” Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY (October 30, 2019).
- Dudley, Mary Jo “Trends Among Agricultural Workers in NYS,” NY State Farmworker Health Conference, Finger Lakes Community Health, Syracuse, NY (September 19, 2019).
- Dudley, Mary Jo “Immigrant Farmworkers in Rural Communities: Approaches to Diminish Social, Linguistic and Economic Isolation,” European Society for Rural Sociology Congress Conference, Trondheim, Norway (June 26, 2019).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Overview of Farmworkers in NY State,” National Advisory Council on Migrant Health Meeting, Brockport, NY (May 22, 2019).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Migrant Illegality across Uneven Legal Geographies: A Two-Part Convening,” Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island (October 26, 2017).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Collaborating with Latino Families in Rural Communities,” Community Development Institute: Building Sustainable Communities: Global Forces, Local Focus, Community and Regional Development Institute, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (September 28, 2017).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Immigrant Farmworkers: Approaches to Diminish Social, Geographic, Linguistic and Economic Isolation," Community Development Society and National Association of Community Development Extension Professionals Conference, Montana State University et al, Big Sky, Montana (June 13, 2017).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Empowering Our Rural Communities,” Upstate Latino Summit, Albany, NY (September 28, 2016).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Interacting with New Immigrants: Trends, Tips, and Resources,” Cornell Municipal Clerks Institute, Ithaca, NY (July 11, 2016).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, Sexsmith, K. J., "Deferred Access for Rural Childhood Arrivals: Consequences of DACA's Urban Bias for Undocumented Youth Working in NYAgriculture," Eastern Sociological Society 2015 Annual Meeting: Crossing Borders, Eastern Sociological Society, New York, NY (March 1, 2015).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Improving Communications to Stabilize the Labor Force," NY Farm Viability Institute Annual Meeting, Albany, NY (November 24, 2014).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Giving Serious Consideration to Farmworkers when Analyzing the Food Chain," Farm Labor Challenges, Labor and Worklife Program of Harvard Law School, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (November 12-13, 2014).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Human Trafficking of Farmworkers," Roundtable on Human Trafficking, The Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina (October 20, 2014).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Immigration Outreach to Farmworkers in Upstate NY," NY Immigrant Assistance Consortium Conference, NY Law School, NY, NY (June 9, 2014).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Emergency Preparedness for Farmworkers: Practical Guidance for Outreach Workers," 23rd Annual Midwest Stream Farmworker Health Forum, National Center for Farmworker Health, South Padre Island, Texas (November 15, 2013).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, Sexsmith, K., "Who Has the Right to DREAM? Access to DACA Among Undocumented Youth on NY Dairy Farms," Latino Communities in Old and New Destinations: Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Assessing the Impact of Legal Reforms, University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida (November 8, 2013).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Reflections on the Ethics of Engaged Research,” Graduate Student Engaged Research Conference, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (May 21, 2013).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Migrant Farmworkers in Areas of Intensive Immigration Enforcement,” Midwest Stream Farmworker Health Forum, National Conference for Farmworker Health, Albuquerque, NM (November 10, 2011).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Resources for Farmworkers Labor Retention Issues," NY State Farmworker Health Conference, Syracuse, NY (June 14, 2011).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Immigrant Farmworkers in NY State: Issues and Challenges," Immigration Reform and Agriculture Conference: Implications for Farmers, Farm Workers and Communities, University of California-Davis, Washington, D.C. (May 13, 2011).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "The Impact of Mental Health in the Farmworker Population: Addressing the Mental Health of Immigrant Farmworkers in Areas of Intensive Immigration Enforcement," Mid-West Stream Farmworker Health Forum, Midwest Farmworker Health Association, Austin, Texas (November 18-20, 2010).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Global Migration, Immigrant Workers, and Labor’s Stand in the Immigration Reform Debate," Summer Seminar 2010, NY State AFL-CIO/Cornell University Union Leadership Institute, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (July 16, 2010).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Immigrant Farmworkers in NY State: Issues and Challenges," Immigration Reform and Agriculture Conference: Implications for Farmers, Farm Workers and Communities, University of California-Davis, Washington D.C. (May 28, 2010).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, "Hidden Pain: Voices and Images of Immigrant Farmworkers," Re-Imagining the Americas: (Im)migration, Transnationalism, and Diaspora Conference, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY (April 10, 2010).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “The Human Cost of Immigration Enforcement in Upstate NY: Policies, Practices, and Alternatives,” Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY (December 3, 2009).
- Dudley, Mary Jo, “Coping with Ag Labor Uncertainties in 2008,” Becker Forum, Syracuse, NY (February 12, 2008).
- WSYR-TC News Channel, Interview on Vaccination Policy and Farmworkers (aired April 16, 2021).
- PBS, Democracy Now with Amy Goodman, (aired simultaneously as an NPR radio show) https://bit.ly/2MIJKWF, https://youtu.be/dIakQ9eIBXU (March 3, 2021).
- ABC News, Interview about Farmworkers the COVID Pandemic (January 22, 2021).
- Channel 13, Ithaca, NY “Challenges Farmworkers Face in NYS,” (March 11, 19-23, 2019).
- CNN, “CNN special: Undocumented workers and American farms,” (January 22, 2019).
- True Food TV. “Will the last Farmer in America please turn off the TV,” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2La_ql-Z5o (January 10, 2019).
- True Food TV, “How Does it Grow? Farmworkers Quality of Life,” (January 2, 2019).
- TBS, “Episode on Full Frontal with Samantha Bee: Undocumented immigrants make your food,” (August 7, 2018).
- Telemundo- NBC 4. “Dairy Workers in NY State,” (November 22, 2017).
- WSKG Public Radio, “Farmworkers Push Through Pandemic, Sickness and Job Loss,” (April 29, 2021).
- WAMC Northeast Public Radio, “New York Aims to Vaccinate Farmworkers, Food Production Workers,” (April 15, 2021).
- WXXI News Rochester, “Covid Vaccine Pop-Up sites coming to NY Farms,” (April 16, 2021).
- WAER Syracuse Public Radio, Vaccine Policy and Farmworkers (April 15, 2021).
- National Public Radio, “Background on challenges among farmworkers in NY State (October 24, 2017).
- Morning Ag Clip, New York State, “Dudley appointed to National Advisory Council on Migrant Health,” June 29, 2022. https://www.morningagclips.com/?s=Dudley+appointed
- Cornell Chronicle, “Dudley appointed to National Advisory Council on Migrant Health,” June 21, 2022, https://cals.cornell.edu/news/2022/06/dudley-appointed-national-advisory-council-migrant-health
- Cortland Standard, “New York Unveils New Efforts to Vaccinate Growers, Workers,” https://cortlandstandard.net/2021/04/15/ny-unveils-new-effort-to-vaccinate-growers-workers/ (April 16, 2021).
- The Counter, "New York Farmworkers Removed from Vaccine Without
- Explanation,” https://thecounter.org/new-york-farm-workers-removed-vaccine-eligibility-without-explanation-covid-19/ (March 2, 2021).
- Documented, “NY Farmworkers Removed From Vaccine Eligibility Without Explanation” https://documentedny.com/2021/03/01/new-york-farmworkers-removed-from-vaccine-eligibility-without-explanation/? (March 1, 2021).
- City Limits Paper, “Farmworkers Left Out of NY’s Vaccination Plans Despite Federal Priority” https://citylimits.org/2021/02/22/farmworkers-left-out-of-nys-vaccination-plans-despite-federal-priority/ (March 1, 2021).
- In These Times, The Food Industry’s Next Covid-19 Victims: Migrant Farmworkers,” http://inthesetimes.com/working/entry/22568/COVID-19-farms-pandemic-essential-workers-undocumented-coronavirus, (June 2, 2020).
- Good Fruit Grower Magazine, “Interview about COVID program,” (June 2, 2020).
- Telemundo and The Guardian, “Interview About COVID-19 in NYS H-2A Farmworker Housing,” (May 22, 2020).
- City Limits Paper, “Housing Worry for Laborers as NY’s Farms Slip Deeper into Trouble,” https://citylimits.org/2020/05/15/housing-worry-for-laborers-as-new-yorks-farms-slip-deeper-into-trouble/, (May 15, 2020).
- City Limits Paper, Interview: What happens to immigrant farmworkers that lose their employment and housing when dairy farms go out of business,” https://citylimits.org/2020/05/15/housing-worry-for-laborers-as-new-yorks-farms-slip-deeper-into-trouble/ (May 6, 2020).
- Marketplace - NYBureau, “Interview with Lukas Southard, (April 13, 2020).
- Economic Policy Institute, “Coronavirus and farmworkers: farm employment, safety issues, and the H-2A guestworker program,” https://www.epi.org/publication/coronavirus-and-farmworkers-h-2a/, (March 24, 2020).
- Farm and Dairy, “Interview with Sarah Mock,” (January 31, 2020).
- Bloomberg Law, “Interview with Paige Smith,” (January 6, 2020).
- The NY Times, “Immigration and Farmworkers in NY State,” (December 19, 2019).
- The NY Times, “Email correspondence with Christina Goldbaum,” (November 19, 2019).
- The NY Times, “How will the NYS legislation impact farmworkers,” (November 19, 2019).
- Agence France-Presse (AFP), “Industries can’t work without illegal immigrants,” (November 19, 2019).
- Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) News. “APLU names Cornell University 2019 C. Peter Magrath Community Engagement Scholarship Award Winner,” https://www.aplu.org/news-and-media/News/aplu-names-cornell-university-2019-c-peter-magrath-community-engagement-scholarship-award-winner (November 10, 2019).
- The NY Times, “Labor dynamics in Dunkirk, NY,” (October 8, 2019).
- Mel-Magazine Los Angeles, “Challenges faced by undocumented workers,” (October 29, 2019).
- New Food Economy, “To what extent do farmworkers use the internet?” (September 27, 2019).
- The NY Times, “NYTimes Interview with Andy Newman,” Sodus, NY (September 8, 2019).
- Rochester Business Journal, “Cornell study finds attitudes toward undocumented farmworkers have improved,” https://rbj.net/2019/08/05/cornell-study-finds-attitudes-toward-undocumented-farmworkers-have-improved/ (August 5, 2019).
- The NY Times, “The Farmworkers Fair Labor Protection Act,” (June 21, 2019).
- The NY Times, “Make-up of the labor force on dairy farms,” (June 3, 2019).
- In Good Tilth Magazine. “How Farmers Navigate the H-2A Visa System,” https://tilth.org/stories/h2-a-visas/ (May 21, 2019).
- The Buffalo News, “If we don’t want the undocumented to drive, are we ready to pay more?” https://buffalonews.com/2019/05/08/if-we-dont-want-the-undocumented-to-drive-are-we-ready-to-pay-more/ (May 8, 2019).
- NCPR News, “Farmers concerned with proposed changes to NY labor law,”
- https://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/news/story/38531/20190425/farmers-concerned-with-proposed-changes-to-new-york-labor-law (April 25, 2019).
- Oregon Tilth. “H2A Visas: Making do with an imperfect system,”
- https://tilth.org/stories/h2-a-visas/, (March 11, 2019).
- The Conversation, “Is there a crisis at the U.S.-Mexico Border? 6 Essential reads,” https://theconversation.com/is-there-a-crisis-at-the-us-mexico-border-6-essential-reads-109547 (January 8, 2019).
- Forbes Japan, Weekly Toyo Keizai. “How could immigration reform impact US agriculture?” (January 7, 2019).
- The Highlands Current, “Who Will Pick the Crops,”
- https://highlandscurrent.org/2018/11/02/hudson-valley-farming-who-will-pick-the-crops/ (November 2, 2018).
- Buffalo Spree Magazine, “Understanding the hands that harvest local food,” http://www.buffalospree.com/Buffalo-Spree/September-2018/Harvest-Whos-picking-your-peppers-and-how-did-they-get-here/ (September, 2018).
- Washington Post, “Summer and Fall harvests and immigrant labor,” (August 1, 2018).
- Wall Street Journal, Short email correspondence with Melanie West. (July 17, 2018).
- Buffalo Spree Magazine,” Who’s picking your peppers and how did they get there? Understanding the hands that harvest local food,” (July 11, 2018).
- Syracuse.com, “How do Trends in Immigration Enforcement Influence Farm Labor and Farm Stability,” (July 11, 2018).
- Nation of Change, “Why care about undocumented immigrants? For one thing, they’ve become vital to key sectors of the US economy,” https://www.nationofchange.org/2018/06/26/why-care-about-undocumented-immigrants-for-one-thing-theyve-become-vital-to-key-sectors-of-the-us-economy/ (June 26, 2018).
- The Conversation, “Why care about undocumented immigrants? For one thing, they’ve become vital to key sectors of the US economy,”
- http://theconversation.com/why-care-about-undocumented-immigrants-for-one-thing-theyve-become-vital-to-key-sectors-of-the-us-economy-98790, (June 25, 2018).
- The Ithaca Voice, “First Congressional Church of Ithaca Becomes a ‘Sanctuary Church’” https://ithacavoice.com/2019/05/first-congregational-church-of-ithaca-becomes-a-sanctuary-church/ (May 9, 2019).
- Buffalo News, “If We Don’t Want the Undocumented to Drive, Are We Ready to Pay More?” https://buffalonews.com/2019/05/08/if-we-dont-want-the-undocumented-to-drive-are-we-ready-to-pay-more/ (May 6, 2019).
- Cornell Chronicle - Media Relations Office, “ICE raid on NYS farm shows link between immigrant labor, Agriculture,” https://news.cornell.edu/media-relations/tip-sheets/ice-raid-nys-farm-shows-link-between-immigrant-labor-agriculture (April 26, 2018).
- The Conversation, “Is there a crisis at the US-Mexico Border? Six Essential reads,” (January 8, 2018).
- Fruit Growers News, “Farmworkers in NY State: Contributions and Challenges,” (November 28, 2017).
- Thomson Reuters, “Shrinking pool of foreign-born dairy workers available for year-round work,” (August 22, 2017).
- The Natural Farmer, The Newspaper of the Northeast Organic Farming Association. “Resources on domestic fair trade, farm labor and living wages,” https://thenaturalfarmer.org/article/resources-domestic-fair-trade-farm-labor-living-wages/ (Spring 2017).
- Ithaca Times, “Invisible Hands: One of NY’s Largest Industries relies largely on an undocumented labor force,” (July 12, 2017).
- Ithaca Times, “Interview,” (June 19, 2017).
- Fruit Grower News, “Background on farmworkers,” (May 28, 2017).
- iEat Greens. “iEat Green Shares Interview with Mary Jo Dudley, Director of the Cornell Farmworker Program,” https://www.ieatgreen.com/ieat-green-shares-interview-with-mary-jo-dudley-director-of-the-cornell-farmworkers-program/ (May 13, 2017).
- New American Economy, “Farmworkers in NY State,” (January 19, 2017).
- The Conversation, “How Trump's Deportation Plan Threatens America's Food and Wine Supply,” https://theconversation.com/how-trumps-deportation-plan-threatens-americas-food-and-wine-supply-69318 (December 1, 2016).
- NY Times, “Farmworkers Sue Cuomo, He Then Joins Their Cause,” NY City. (May 11, 2016).
- NY Times, “Sued, Cuomo Says He Supports NY Farmworkers’ Right to Organize,” https://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/11/nyregion/cuomo-says-he-supports-new-york-farmworkers-right-to-organize.html. Ithaca, NY (May 10, 2016).
- Los Angeles Times, “Dairy Farmers, in dire need of workers, feel helpless as immigration reform sours,” (March 30, 2015).
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