Inauguration Road Trip NPR's Ari Shapiro drives through North Carolina and Virginia to Washington, D.C. As the country faces dramatic changes, we ask people what they want from that change — and what concerns them.

Anne Logan Bass, a clinician at Planned Parenthood in Roanoke, Va., fears that misinformation and inaccurate information will make it harder for the nonprofit organization to do its job providing women's health services, including abortions. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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At A Virginia Planned Parenthood Clinic, Practitioners Worry For Their Patients

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Juan de la Rosa Diaz came to the U.S. from Mexico when he was 5. The 20-year-old is in his last semester as a political science major at Virginia Tech. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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DACA Student Under Trump: 'I Am Still Woven Into The Fabric Of This Country'

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Alex Miller (left) and Ryan Leavis are both seniors at Virginia Tech. They are in the cadet corps and planning to join the military when they graduate. Alex voted for Hillary Clinton and Ryan for Donald Trump Ari Shaprio/NPR hide caption

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Friends And Fraternity Brothers, Two Va. Cadets Transcend Trump-Clinton Divide

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Yadkin Valley Farm in Yadkin County, N.C., has been in Chuck Wooten Jr.'s family for at least five generations. Ari Shaprio/NPR hide caption

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In Rural N.C., Trump Supporters Eagerly Await A Different Kind Of Change

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Community organizers Jerry Anderson and his wife Paula McCoy Anderson opened The Village, a food market and community gathering place in Winston-Salem, N.C. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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Some North Carolinians Expect A Struggle Under Trump Administration

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