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Economy: Wall Street Protests #1008811

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 10, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(New York: Mara Schiavocampo) The spread of the Occupy Wall Street movement against the economic system to cities across the country featured; scenes shown of schoolchildren joining the demonstration in New York City, protestors at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC being targeted with pepper spray, arrests in Des Moines and Representative John Lewis being denied a request to speak at a rally in Atlanta; details given about support for the protestors from Ben and Jerry’s. [GIRL – says she wants to make the world a better place.] [New York City teacher Kristen TAYLOR†- cites education issues.] [Occupy Atlanta Tim FRANZEN†- says we’re here for the long haul.] [67-year-old Pat REED‡- comments on losing her life savings.] [University of Virginia Larry SABATO†- says they have got to focus on jobs.] Financial support for the movement noted.

Williams, Brian;
Schiavocampo, Mara

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