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Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

Legendary jazz bassist and composer Charlie Haden died on Friday in Los Angeles at the age of 76. He was one of the most politically outspoken jazz musicians of his time. Watch him discuss his music and politics in a 2006 Democracy Now! interview.
Headlines for July 11, 2014; "We Should Be Protecting Children": Rep. GutiƩrrez Supports Funds for Humanitarian Crisis at Border; "Worst of the American Spirit": Advocates Decry Anti-Immigrant Protests, Urge Asylum for Children; Gaza Debate: As Palestinian Deaths Top 100, Who's to Blame for Escalating ...
Chilean hip-hop artist Ana Tijoux performs some of her songs and talks about the political themes behind them. Tijoux was born in France in 1977 to parents who were jailed and later fled Chile under the Pinochet dictatorship. "Hip-hop is the land of the people that don’t have a land," she says.
Headlines for July 10, 2014; "Indonesia is on a Different Path": U.S.-Trained General Defeated After Alleged Plot to Rig Vote; Spied on for Being Muslim? NSA Targets Named in Snowden Leaks Respond to U.S. Gov't Surveillance
Headlines for July 09, 2014; WikiLeaks' Julian Assange Responds to Hillary Clinton: Fair U.S. Trial for Snowden "Not Possible"; Julian Assange on Aiding Snowden, Tiff w/ The Intercept & Whether He'll Ever Leave Embassy Refuge
Headlines for July 08, 2014; Report from Gaza: Israel Launches New Offensive on Besieged Palestinian Territory in Crisis; "Incitement Starts at the Top": After Arab Teen's Murder, Israeli Gov't Accused of Fueling Hatred; "Absolutely Unjustifiable": Aunt of US Teen Decries Brutal Beating by Israeli Forces ...
Headlines for July 07, 2014; Exclusive: DN! Goes Inside Assange's Embassy Refuge to Talk WikiLeaks, Snowden and Winning Freedom
"What to the Slave is 4th of July?": James Earl Jones Reads Frederick Douglass' Historic Speech; July 4 Special: "We Shall Overcome": Remembering Folk Icon, Activist Pete Seeger
Headlines for July 03, 2014; "One of Our Greatest Friends": Mandela's Cellmate Thanks Sweden for Helping Anti-Apartheid Struggle; As Neo-Nazis Rally, Sweden Poised for Election-Year Shift of Power Balance from Right to Left; Swedish Left Party Surges in Polls with Focus on Climate Action & Fighting Privatization; ...
The Occupy Wall Street activist spoke to reporters outside the Rikers Island jail complex, saying she will work to make sure the voices of the women she met there "reach outside the prison system."
Headlines for July 02, 2014; Almedalen Week: At Sweden's One-of-a-Kind Festival, All Political Parties Gather in One Place; After Breaking Gender Barrier, Sweden's 1st Female Archbishop Leads Church into Climate Change Fight; Despite Peaceful Reputation, Sweden is a Major Weapons Exporter to Human Rights ...
Headlines for July 01, 2014; "It's a Basic Healthcare Issue": Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards Reacts to Birth Control Ruling; Exclusive: WikiLeaks Editor Sarah Harrison on Helping Edward Snowden, Being Forced to Live in Exile
In a blow to women’s access to contraception, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that Hobby Lobby, and similar closely held corporations with religious objections to birth control, can refuse to include birth control in their employee’s healthcare plans. Watch our past coverage of the case.
Headlines for June 30, 2014; Snowden Asylum in Germany? Support Grows for NSA Whistleblower After Merkel Cancels Verizon Contract; Al Jazeera News Director: Prison Terms for Journalists in Egypt are Chilling Start to Sisi Era; Egyptian Comedian Bassem Youssef Says His Satire Has Inspired Youth to Reject ...
Headlines for June 27, 2014; New York City Approves Municipal ID Cards for Undocumented Immigrants; Journalist Allan Nairn Threatened for Exposing Indonesian Pres. Candidate's Role in Mass Killings; "Counter-Revolution of 1776": Was U.S. Independence War a Conservative Revolt in Favor of Slavery?
Headlines for June 26, 2014; Supreme Court Says Warrants Needed to Search Cellphones, But are "Stingrays" a Police Workaround?; Mississippi Burning at 50: Relatives of Civil Rights Workers Look Back at Murders that Shaped an Era; 50 Years After Freedom Summer, U.S. Faces Greatest Curbs on Voting Rights ...
Headlines for June 25, 2014; #FreeAJStaff: Al Jazeera Reporter Sentenced in Absentia Decries Egypt's Imprisonment of 3 Colleagues; "Trans Healthcare Now!" Lawsuit Seeks End to Healthcare Discrimination for Transgender New Yorkers; 50 Years After U.S. Launched Secret War on Laos, Unexploded Bombs Still ...
Headlines for June 24, 2014; Should Obama Go to Tehran? How a U.S.-Iran "Grand Bargain" Could Help the Crisis in Iraq; Can the President Strike an American Anywhere in the World?: Drone Memo Raises Troubling Questions; Water is a Human Right: Detroit Residents Seek U.N. Intervention as City Shuts Off ...
Headlines for June 23, 2014; "Journalism in Egypt is a Crime": Global Outcry After 3 Al Jazeera Reporters Sentenced to 7-10 Years; "Baghdad is a Frightened City": As ISIS Gains Ground, Iraqi Capital Gripped by Fear & Uncertainty; Pressuring Israel, Presbyterian Church Divests from Firms Tied to Occupation ...
Headlines for June 20, 2014; NYC's $40M Central Park 5 Settlement Resolves Wrongful Jailing Fueled by Race-Baiting, Police Abuse; Rep. Colleen Hanabusa Proposes Ban on U.S. Military Deployment in Iraq Without Congressional Backing; Iraq's Next PM? Ahmed Chalabi, Chief Peddler of False WMDs, Meets U.S. ...
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