Live in the Greene Space

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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

More working poor are crowding in with family and friends to avoid homelessness. Live from the Jerome L. Greene Performance space it’s an interactive review of the "Uncommon Economic Indicators" project and a discussion with the advocacy group Picture the Homeless. Plus, Democracy’s Living Room explores the legacy of Stonewall and the future of the LGBT rights movement.

Digesting Politics: Capitol Punishment

The Digesting Politics podcast goes live as WNYC reporters Andrea Bernstein and Elaine Rivera talk with Brian Lehrer about the mess in Albany and other local politics over breakfast.

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YUEI: Doubling Up

Members of Picture the Homeless, Letitia Ledan and Russell Pinsley, talk about obtaining an apartment after being homeless, and doubling up. Steven Greenhouse helps explain how the recession is affecting the working poor.

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Uncommon Economic Indicators Roundup

Steven Greenhouse, labor and workplace reporter for The New York Times and author of The Big Squeeze: Tough Times for the American Worker, helps explore some of the notable contributions to the Uncommon Economic Indicators website.

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From Stonewall to Gay Marriage

Stonewall witnesses/participants, Danny Garvin and Tommy Lanigan Schmidt, and historian David Carter will recount the events surrounding the Stonewall rebellion.

Kurt Andersen, host of PRI and WNYC’s Studio 360, and Mark Randall, principal of Worldstudio, a marketing and design agency, will talk about Studio 360’s gay ...

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Video Economic Indicators: Our Space

We have more videos from the Uncommon Economic Indicators Video Contest. Take a look at what these contestants noticed in their neighboorhoods--a string of store closings, recession sculpture, living in a film set--these are definitely things we didn't know. Now we share them with all of you.

We plan to ...


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