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17 de Noviembre de 2011

Natasha Lennard, ex colaboradora del New York Times, habla sobre su decisión de dejar de trabajar para los grandes medios en la era del movimiento Occupy

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Hablamos con la ex colaboradora del New York Times Natasha Lennard, que cubrió para el diario las primeras manifestaciones del movimiento “Occupy”. Natasha fue arrestada mientras cubría la manifestación del Puente de Brooklyn. Ahora ya no colabora con el Times y recientemente escribió un artículo para Salon.com llamado “Por qué renuncié a los grandes medios”.

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