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Calvin Lewis interviews Jeff Nagle about his experience of Hudson. Jeff Nagle has passed through town a few times and has now spent a week in town as part of Oral History Summer School. Jeff Nagle lives in Philadelphia and compares the segregation and gentrification of Philadelphia and Hudson. He describes his experience of the concentration of Hudson and of Oral History Summer School, but generally that he hasn't had the opportunity to get a sense of the city yet and struggles to describe his impression. He talks about a few streets he has walked down.
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