219: Season 4, Episode 3

Season 4 — By on December 23, 2011 5:35 pm


Occupy the World Pt. 1

Produced by Judy Le and Malgorzata Wojtunik


Where in the world is Occupy Wall Street? A movement that started north of the border has now gone global.

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Occupy the World Pt. 2

Produced by Judy Le and Malgorzata Wojtunik

Oct. 15 marked a global day of change by Occupy Wall Street protesters. People in over 82 countries took to the streets that day to make their voices heard.

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Volunteers for Justice

Produced by Samantha Stewart

When clashes between the police and Occupy Wall Street protestors took place, volunteers for justice come to the rescue.

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Occupy Wall Street

Interview by Bianca Seidman

Writers Peter Beinart and Joshua Brown have been keeping track of developments with the Occupy Wall Street movement. They both share their thoughts on what’s next for the movement.

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Hanging by a Thread

Produced by Brenda Gonzalez

The September 11 tragedy and the economic downturn has Chinatown’s garment industry hanging by a thread.

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Still Dreaming the Dream

Produced by Kahliah Laney

Once a manufacturing town, New York City has now become a town of entrepreneurs. Today, small businesses are helping the city’s economy stay afloat.
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Welcomed Guests

Produced by Tamy Cozier

New York City relies on the millions of visitors that come here each year for vacation. But the foreign debt crisis is a potential threat to the city’s booming tourism industry.
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Year of the Pop-Up

Produced by Elis Estrada

The Big Apple is the retail capital of the world, but the economic downturn and slow sales are hurting retailers. Now, retailers are using the “here today gone tomorrow” tactic to stay afloat.
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