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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Census Home Page Launches Today!
Stand up and be counted with the “10 Questions that Count” census project. Live from the Greene Space: a conversation co-produced with Feet in Two Worlds on what makes New Yorkers particularly hard to count. Plus: an interactive look at some surprising census data from the NYC area; a subway crunch quiz; and Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer on his blueprint for a sustainable food system in New York.

Guests:

Scott M. Stringer

Hard To Count

The Brian Lehrer Show “10 Questions that Count” census project kicks off with a conversation co-produced with Feet in Two Worlds. Turns out, New Yorkers are particularly hard-to-count: today’s guests explore why and what’s being done to reach local immigrant populations. Plus, an interactive look at some ...

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Subway Crunch Quiz

With the ongoing MTA budget crunch, New Yorkers can expect significant changes to their commute. WNYC reporter Matthew Schuerman and Gene Russianoff of the Straphangers Campaign break down the latest.

Plus: test your knowledge in the subway-news-quiz!

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FoodNYC

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and Brooklyn community organizer and food justice advocate Mark Winston Griffith discuss the crisis of “food deserts” – local communities where it’s hard to get fresh, healthy food – and what’s being done to improve the way New Yorkers eat.

You can view Scott ...

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