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Behind the strikes
Zeina Awad explains how the mood changed on the University of Puerto Rico campus when the media was not there.
Last Modified: 27 Jun 2011 13:19

Fault Lines presenter Zeina Awad explains how the mood changed on the University of Puerto Rico campus when the media was not there, and how one student arrest happened.

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