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Documentary about a sit-in conducted by Harvard University students in 2001 to protest the low wages of Harvard employees. The sit-in lasted 21 days and eventually resulted in the adoption of a living wage of at least $10.83/hour for university employees. The cameras follow both the students occupying the administration building and the activity outside. We also get interviews from the Harvard employees involved in the strike and news coverage of the event.



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