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This edition: Stamped Out

Episode Details

Original tape date: September 23, 2013.

First aired: September 25, 2013.

On this edition of Independent Sources, we talk about whether a bill to cut nearly half the funding for Food Stamps will actually make it through the Congress. We hear about an increase in fake marriages among French citizens living in New York. Then we speak to the authors of a book that teaches children and adults about their legal rights. And we see how one health center in Harlem is already reaping the benefits of the Affordable Healthcare Act.

Guest List

Anaïs Condomines Freeland Reporter, France-Amérique

Judith R. Escalona Independent Sources

Donna Guillaume Co-Author, “Mr. Wolf v. The Three Pigs: Mr. Wolf Goes to Court”

William Guillaume Co-Author, “Mr. Wolf v. The Three Pigs: Mr. Wolf Goes to Court”

Prof. Frederick Kaufman Author, “Bet the Farm: How Food Stopped Being Food”, College of Staten Island/CUNY

Zyphus Lebrun Host; Producer, Study With the Best; Independent Sources

Garry Pierre-Pierre Producer/Co-Host, Independent Sources

Sarah Pizon Independent Sources

Ellie Sanchez Chief Executive Officer, Boriken Neighborhood Health Center

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