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Young Filmmakers Ride The Recession

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Eming Piansay Posted: Sep 23, 2009

Editor's Note:The Labor Department announced the jobless rate in the U.S climbed to 9.7 percent in August, the highest rate since June 1983. When Austin Chu was laid off last December, he joined the increasing number of unemployment young people. With newfound free time on his hands, Chu traveled across all fifty states with his brother to film a documentary about the recession. Chu's film will featured at the Victoria Theatre in San Francisco on September 30, 2009 at 8:30pm. Eming Piansay is a content producer for YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia.

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