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After Big Storm, 'Occupy Wall Street' Becomes 'Occupy Sandy'i
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Carolyn Weaver
November 08, 2012 8:11 PM
A massive aid effort helping Hurricane Sandy storm victims in the hardest-hit areas around New York City, is coming from what some would view as a surprising source -- the activist network that began as "Occupy Wall Street" a year ago. Carolyn Weaver has more.

After Big Storm, 'Occupy Wall Street' Becomes 'Occupy Sandy'

Carolyn Weaver

Published November 08, 2012

A massive aid effort helping Hurricane Sandy storm victims in the hardest-hit areas around New York City, is coming from what some would view as a surprising source -- the activist network that began as "Occupy Wall Street" a year ago. Carolyn Weaver has more.


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