Kids Reflect on Economic Woes of Their Parents

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

by Femi Oke and Jennifer Hsu of The Takeway

Femi Oke and Jennifer Hsu of The Takeaway talk with middle school students in Brooklyn, New York, about how they're dealing with the recession.
The kids describe fewer trips to the movies and grocery stores, worrying about crime or becoming homeless and coping with their parents losing jobs. And, they offer some advice to stressed out grown-ups.


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