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Raffi vs. Fascism, Black Lives Matter, and Augmented Reality

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The children's musician Raffi on fighting fascism, supporting Black Lives Matter, taking piano lessons at 75, and the science of writing children's music. Plus: why he's not answering the Augmented Reality call on Bananaphone 2.0

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