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Something broke open: Occupy Wall Street 10 years later

The Real News Network Executive Producer and host Eddie Conway talks to Nicole Carty of PowerLabs and filmmaker, writer, and activist Astra Taylor about the ways the Occupy movement changed the world and laid the groundwork for a multitude of new movements.

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