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NYC Borough Pride (+ Gentrification)

From: Youth Mic
Length: 05:35

High School student Aliana interviews people about their favorite borough Read the full description.

Default-piece-image-1 Aliana planned to interview friends, classmates, and adults across the city about the differences between the 5 NYC boroughs. But she found that almost everybody talked about the same phenomenon: gentrification.

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Piece Description

Aliana planned to interview friends, classmates, and adults across the city about the differences between the 5 NYC boroughs. But she found that almost everybody talked about the same phenomenon: gentrification.