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Mark Naison Bronx Housing Strikes of the 1930s Lessons for Occupy Wall St Dec 8 2011

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Published on Dec 10, 2011

Recorded December 8, 2011, 6.40pm. History, conditions, and tactics of the Bronx housing strikes in the 1930s with discussion on what lessons can be learned from it and applied to today's Occupy movement. Comments (34:12) include the need to fight for more community facilities in the Bronx, the need to fight school closings, and the impact of Occupy Wall Street on local community protests (47:45) & (59:55)


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