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Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

Headlines for October 20, 2014; "Women Are Being Driven Offline": Feminist Anita Sarkeesian Terrorized for Critique of Video Games; Media Enabled Musketeers: Russian & American Filmmakers with Disabilities Document Shared Struggles
Headlines for October 17, 2014; In Historic Police Brutality Case, Family of Homeless Denver Pastor Killed in Custody Awarded $4.6M; In Tight Midterms Facing Low Turnout, Colorado's Senate Race Could Decide Who Controls Congress
Headlines for October 16, 2014; A U.S. Nurse Witnesses Ebola's Ravages in Sierra Leone, Where Horrific Conditions Claim Lives Daily; An Unprofitable Disease: In the Political Economy of Ebola, Who Lives and Who Dies?; A Little Shout of Joy: Supreme Court Lets Abortion Clinics Reopen, Easing Crisis of ...
Headlines for October 15, 2014; As Second Dallas Nurse Diagnosed with Ebola, Are U.S. Hospitals Failing Healthcare Workers?; Infected Workers, Slow Deployment, No Vaccines: Ebola Response Shows Pitfalls of Privatized Health; Mexico's Missing Students: Were 43 Attacked by Cartel-Linked Police Targeted ...
Headlines for October 14, 2014; James Risen Prepared to "Pay Any Price" to Report on War on Terror Amid Crackdown on Whistleblowers; James Risen on NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden: He Sparked a New National Debate on Surveillance
When Democracy Now! was in St. Louis to report on Ferguson October, we spoke with Grey’s Anatomy actor and activist Jesse Williams, who joined thousands in calling for police accountability and justice for Michael Brown.
Headlines for October 13, 2014; Ferguson October: Thousands March in St. Louis for Police Reform & Arrest of Officer Darren Wilson; Seattle Marks Indigenous Peoples' Day Amid Calls to End Federal Holiday Celebrating Columbus; Socialist City Councilmember on Nobel Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai: "Socialism ...
Headlines for October 10, 2014; Pakistani Education Activist Malala Yousafzai Becomes Youngest Winner of Nobel Peace Prize; Ferguson October: Activists Call for Nationwide Convergence to Demand Justice for Michael Brown; Detroit Faces "Humanitarian Crisis" as City Shuts Off Water Access for Thousands ...
Headlines for October 09, 2014; U.S. Faces "Massive Military Failure" as ISIS Advances on Syrian Border Town of Kobani; Iraqi Journalist Who Embedded with Shia Militias on Fighting ISIS & Why US Strategy is Bound to Fail; "Kill the Messenger" Resurrects Gary Webb, Journalist Maligned for Exposing CIA ...
Headlines for October 08, 2014; Bad Policy, Bad Medicine: Anti-Choice Law Leaves Vast Swaths of Texas with No Abortion Provider; Migrant Women, Children Allege Harsh Conditions, Sexual Assault at For-Profit Texas Immigration Jail; San Antonio's Esperanza Peace and Justice Center Campaigns Against Fracking ...
Headlines for October 07, 2014; Dr. Atul Gawande: Ebola is "Eminently Stoppable," But Global Response Has Been "Pathetic"; Being Mortal: Dr. Atul Gawande on How U.S. Healthcare Fails to Handle the End of Life
Headlines for October 06, 2014; Death of U.S.-Backed Ex-Dictator "Baby Doc" Duvalier Won’t End Haitian Victims' Quest for Justice; Black Prophetic Fire: Cornel West on the Revolutionary Legacy of Leading African-American Voices
Headlines for September 29, 2014; How the U.S. Concocted a Terror Threat to Justify Syria Strikes, and the Corporate Media Went Along; After Civilian Deaths, Human Rights Watch Says U.S. Strikes on Syria May Violate Laws of War; "War Has Failed Miserably": Could U.S. Strikes Unite Extremists at Odds ...
Headlines for September 26, 2014; Eric Holder's Complex Legacy: Voting Rights Advocate, Enemy of Press Freedom, Friend of Wall Street; "We Deserve To Do More Than Just Survive": Marshall Islands Poet's Plea to the U.N. Climate Summit
In our extended interview with Kumi Naidoo of Greenpeace International, he examines connections between climate change and U.S. war in the Middle East, and shares how his activism is shaped by his experience in the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa.
Headlines for September 25, 2014; No Charges in Ohio Police Killing of John Crawford as Wal-Mart Video Contradicts 911 Caller Account; Exclusive: Freed After Hunger Strike, Egyptian Journalist in U.S. to Campaign for Jailed Colleagues; Listen to the People, Not the Polluters: Kumi Naidoo of Greenpeace ...
The heirs to Standard Oil tycoon John D. Rockefeller have joined other foundations that are divesting from fossil fuels.
In part two of our conversation, Asad Rehman of Friends of the Earth discusses the connections between war and climate change.
Headlines for September 24, 2014; Without a Truce in Syrian Civil War, U.S.-Led Strikes Threaten More Chaos for World's Worst Crisis; "We Can't Rely on Our Leaders": Inaction at Climate Summit Fuels Call for Movements to Take the Helm
As the United Nations summit on climate change takes place in New York City, we continue our conversation with three leading environmentalists: Vandana Shiva of India, Desmond D’Sa of South Africa, and Winona LaDuke of the White Earth Reservation in northern Minnesota.
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