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2 de Marzo de 2010

A la sombre de la llama olímpica: emitimos un informe desde la zona este del centro de Vancouver, el barrio más pobre de Canadá

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Las Olimpíadas de Invierno 2010 han concluido en Vancouver, Canadá. La llama olímpica se ha apagado y comienza el retorno a la normalidad para una ciudad que ha sido proyectada al mundo. El productor de Democracy Now! Aaron Maté viajó a Vancouver para interiorizarse de un problema que permaneció invisible durante el espectáculo de dos semanas de duración: la lucha de una comunidad pobre a la sombra de las olimpiadas.