Brazil's favela residents comment on nationwide protests

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Many residents of Rio de Janeiro's favelas, or shantytowns, say Brazil needs more hospitals and schools, a rallying cry of the country's new protest movement. Millions of Brazilians have poured into the streets in recent weeks to call for health and education spending, and to protest corruption and spending on big sporting events. But for many favela residents, it's impossible to protest alongside the middle class because they need to work every day to make ends meet. Duration: 00:56