Splice-station-sidebar-header
No-podcasts
Ad
 

Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

Headlines for May 08, 2012; Former Labor Sec. Robert Reich on Clinton's Errors of Crippling Welfare to Repealing Glass-Steagall; "We Need to Make a Ruckus": Robert Reich Hails Occupy for Exposing Concentration of Wealth and Power; Justice Cheated: Human Rights Watch's Kenneth Roth on Failures of Guantánamo ...
Headlines for May 07, 2012; "A Political Implosion": Anti-Austerity Parties Win Historic French and Greek Elections; ExxonMobil's Dirty Secrets, from Indonesia to Nigeria to Washington: Steve Coll on “Private Empire”; On Strike: Quebec Students Boycott Classes for 12 Weeks to Protest Proposed Tuition Hikes
Headlines for May 04, 2012; As Grand Jury Clears White Plains Police in Kenneth Chamberlain's Death, New Tape Shows Fatal Raid; Kenneth Chamberlain's Family Seeks Lawsuit, Federal Probe as Grand Jury Rejects Charging Officers; "They Can't Just Kill Us": Kenneth Chamberlain's Neighbors Speak Out as Police ...
Headlines for May 03, 2012; Egyptian Military Rulers Face Growing Unrest as 11 Killed in Pre-Election Clashes; Rupert Murdoch in "Unprecedented Firestorm" as U.K. Panel Finds Him Unfit to Run Global Media Empire; U.S. Media Giants Reel as FCC Orders Disclosure of Rates for Billion-Dollar TV Campaign ...
At the May Day rally in New York City’s Union Square, Amy Goodman bumped into the Tax Dodgers — a baseball team on which all of the players share the same number: 1 percent. [includes rush transcript]
Headlines for May 02, 2012; Obama Touts War's End in Afghanistan, But Critics See Election-Year Guise for Prolonged Occupation; May Day Protests Span the Globe with Calls for Economic Justice, International Solidarity; May Day Legacy of Labor, Immigrant Rights Joined by New Generation of Occupy for Historic ...
In part two of our interview with social theorist David Harvey, he notes the "urban center" of Occupy Wall Street has been key to its success. He also discusses Karl Marx, the lack of evidence that austerity stimulates economic growth, and how many of the social benefits that exist today were ...
Headlines for May 01, 2012; "No Work, No Shopping, Occupy Everywhere": May Day Special on OWS, Immigration, Labor Protests
Headlines for April 30, 2012; Jailed Bahraini Activists Get Appeal, But U.S.-Backed Regime's Abuses Continue Unabated; "Booker's Place": Documentary Tells Story of Black Mississippi Waiter Who Lost Life by Speaking Out; Ahead of May Day, David Harvey Details Urban Uprisings from Occupy Wall Street to ...
Headlines for April 27, 2012; As Obama Expands Drone War, Activists & Victims' Advocates Join D.C. Summit on Growing Civilian Toll; U.S. Nuns Face Vatican Rebuke for "Radical Feminism" in Stances on Church Teachings, Social Justice; "CeCe" McDonald: Black, Transgender Woman Faces Murder Trial for What ...
Headlines for April 26, 2012; CISPA Critics Warn Cybersecurity Bill Will Increase Domestic Surveillance and Violate Privacy Rights; Targeted Hacker Jacob Appelbaum on CISPA, Surveillance and the "Militarization of Cyberspace"; Obama Admin Challenges Arizona Anti-Immigrant Law While Overseeing Unprecedented ...
Headlines for April 25, 2012; Hundreds Protest at DOJ to Demand Federal Probe of Alleged Racism in Mumia Abu-Jamal Conviction; 1T Day: As U.S. Student Debt Hits $1 Trillion, Occupy Protests Planned for Campuses Nationwide; Exclusive: Mumia Abu-Jamal Speaks from Prison on Life After Death Row and His ...
Headlines for April 24, 2012; Death on the Border: Shocking Video Shows Mexican Immigrant Beaten and Tased by Border Patrol Agents; "War is the Enemy of the Poor": Cornel West and Tavis Smiley on Poverty, MLK, Election 2012
Headlines for April 23, 2012; Gulf Oil Spill: BP Execs Escape Punishment as Fallout from Disaster Continues to Impact Sea Life; More Secrets on Growing State Surveillance: Exclusive with NSA Whistleblower, Targeted Hacker
Headlines for April 20, 2012; Exclusive: National Security Agency Whistleblower William Binney on Growing State Surveillance; Detained in the U.S.: Filmmaker Laura Poitras Held, Questioned Some 40 Times at U.S. Airports; "We Don't Live in a Free Country": Jacob Appelbaum on Being Target of Widespread ...
In part two of our interview, Tavis Smiley and Dr. Cornel West discuss growing up in working-class households and compare the amount of money spent on war and the 2012 presidential campaign to funding for programs that assist the one in two Americans who are now poor. They also discuss the Trayvon Martin ...
Headlines for April 19, 2012; Photos of Soldiers Posing with Afghan Corpses the Latest Outrage of U.S. Occupation of Afghanistan; Back from Syria, Journalist Anand Gopal Warns Protesters "Face Slaughter" by Assad Regime; Tavis Smiley & Cornel West on "The Rich and the Rest of Us: A Poverty Manifesto"
Watch our complete interview with the pioneering activist, writer and political thinker Selma James. She launched the International Wages for Housework Campaign three decades ago, controversially arguing that women should be paid for housework. That argument is still timely today as a debate over women’s ...
Headlines for April 18, 2012; ALEC Drops Push for Voter ID, Stand Your Ground Laws After Public Outcry Sparks Corporate Exodus; Kony 2012: Ugandans Criticize Popular Video for Backing U.S. Military Intervention in Central Africa
In part two of our conversation with Johan Galtung, he discusses Occupy Wall Street, which he considers "deeply American, in the most positive sense," and why the United Nations’ responses to Syria have failed to bring peace. [includes rush transcript]
Please wait...