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HBO's 'Class Divide' Cuts Right into America's Education Crisis

Click here for reuse options! A new documentary examines a disappearing New York as the gap between rich and poor residents widens yearly. At 10th Avenue and 26th Street, in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, two worlds coexist; One is a world of industrial spaces turned high rises, glass-walled museums and the newly renovated High Line. The other is one which has existed far longer, which represents a disappearing New York as the gap between rich and poor residents widens yearly.
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