Occupy Wall Street: The Future And History, So Far

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Guests

Kalle Lasn, editor and founder, Adbusters
Sandy Nurse, protester, Occupy Wall Street
Nichola Torbett, protester, Occupy Oakland

On September 17, 2011, hundreds of people gathered in Lower Manhattan to protest the growing wealth gap and Wall Street's involvement in the economic crisis. Five months later, most of the Occupy encampments across the country have been disbanded and the future of the movement remains uncertain.

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