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Hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protesters participated in a "Millionaires’ March" Tuesday that wended its way through New York City’s wealthy Upper East Side neighborhood, calling for an end to the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few. [includes rush transcript]
In part two of our interview with 1968 Olympic medalist and international civil rights icon, John Carlos, he talks about the shocked response of the audience in the stadium when he raised his fist in the now iconic Black Power salute, and much more. [includes rush transcript]
Headlines for October 12, 2011; U.S.-Iran Tensions Grow as Indictment Accuses Iranian Agents of Assassination Plot; John Carlos, 1968 Olympic U.S. Medalist, on the Revolutionary Sports Moment that Changed the World
Headlines for October 11, 2011; Occupy Wall Street Organizer: Protest Expands Despite Police Effort to "Silence" Demonstrators; Hip-Hop Artist Immortal Technique: No More Free Passes for Our Government; Colombian, Korean and Panamanian Activists Condemn White House Support for New "Free Trade" Deals; ...
As the Occupy Wall Street movement expands across the United States, drawing inspiration from the Arab Spring in Egypt and the protests in Spain, Democracy Now! speaks with former French Resistance fighter, Stéphane Hessel, whose pamphlet-length book, "Time for Outrage," helped inspire some ...
Headlines for October 10, 2011; "Chaos and Bloodshed": 25 Die in Cairo as Egyptian Military Attacks Coptic Christian Protesters; Occupy Wall Street Spreads: 32 Arrested in Iowa; Right-Wing Editor Infiltrates D.C. Anti-Drone Protest; Occupy Wall Street Emerges as "First Populist Movement" on the Left ...
Yemeni Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Tawakkul Karman, one of three recipients who split the award this year, spoke in New York City at the Brecht Forum last year about state violence, targeted killings, and human rights abuses enabled by the so-called "war on terror." Democracy Now! was there, and we bring ...
Headlines for October 07, 2011; Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Trio of Women for Championing Gender Equality, Peace-Building; Yemeni Activist Tawakkul Karman, First Female Arab Nobel Peace Laureate: A Nod for Arab Spring; Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Activist Leymah Gbowee Honored for Peace, ...
In part two of our conversation with journalist and author Naomi Klein, she discusses how her book, "The Shock Doctrine," focuses in part on Chile, where the 1973 coup led to the privatization of education, and now Chilean students are protesting in the streets. Klein talks about their demands, and dismisses ...
06
Oct
2011
59:00 mins
Headlines for October 06, 2011; Occupy Wall Street March Gets Massive Turnout; 28 Arrested in Police Crackdown; "We Have Come Together": Inspired By Occupy Wall Street, Unions Join Activists for Historic March; Bronx Hip-Hop Duo Rebel Diaz, Live From Occupy Wall Street March; Decrying Debt and Budget ...
Headlines for October 05, 2011; Somalia Blowback: After Deadly Mogadishu Bombing, A Look at How U.S. Fueled Militant Islamist Threat; As Unions, Students Join Occupy Wall Street, Are We Witnessing Growth of a New Movement?; Social Justice, Antiwar Protesters to Occupy D.C.’s Freedom Plaza in “October ...
CUNY professor Frances Fox Piven recently spoke with Democracy Now’s Mike Burke at the Occupy Wall Street protest. "I think we desperately need a popular uprising in the United States," Piven said. "I study movements. None of us know the exact formula for when those movements erupt, but it could ...
Headlines for October 04, 2011; A War on Voting: Could Redistricting and Voting Law Changes Help Republicans Win in 2012?; Press Freedom Victory: Democracy Now! Reporters Win Landmark Settlement Over 2008 RNC Arrests; 7 Months After Revolution Ousted Mubarak, Egyptian Military Maintains Control, Suppressing ...
Today, award-winning journalist Amy Goodman announced that a final settlement has been reached in a federal lawsuit brought by Goodman and Democracy Now! producers Sharif Abdel Kouddous and Nicole Salazar against the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul and the U.S. Secret Service, challenging the policies ...
Headlines for October 03, 2011; Settlement Reached Over Arrest of Amy Goodman, Democracy Now! Producers at 2008 GOP Convention; 700 Arrested on Brooklyn Bridge as Occupy Wall Street Enters Third Week, Protests Grows Nationwide; Mourners Call For Abolishing Death Penalty at Funeral for Troy Davis in Georgia; ...
Headlines for September 30, 2011; With Death of Anwar al-Awlaki, Has U.S. Launched New Era of Killing U.S. Citizens Without Charge?; "American Teacher": New Film Rebuts Vilification of Underpaid, Dedicated Public School Teachers; Inside Occupy Wall Street: A Tour of Activist Encampment at the Heart of ...
"We’re talking about a democratic awakening," said Dr. Cornel West when he spoke with Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman during a visit Tuesday night to the Occupy Wall Street encampment. [Includes rush transcript]
29
Sep
2011
59:00 mins
Headlines for September 29, 2011; Michael Moore: Man Interviewed by Democracy Now! on Troy Davis Execution Inspired My Georgia Boycott; Michael Moore: Health Insurers Use Costlier Premiums to Fund Campaigns Against Critics Like Me; Michael Moore Backs Call to Re-Open Investigation of 9/11 Attacks; Nobel ...
Filmmaker Michael Moore describes how he was inspired to boycott Georgia by one of the people Democracy Now! interviewed at the protest outside the prison shortly after news of Troy Davis’ execution was announced. [Includes rush transcript]
Headlines for September 28, 2011; "Something Has Started": Michael Moore on the Occupy Wall St. Protests That Could Spark a Movement; "Here Comes Trouble": Michael Moore Tells The Formative Tales Behind His Filmmaking, Rabble-Rousing
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