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Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

Headlines for December 01, 2011; Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood Takes Early Lead in First Post-Mubarak Elections; Democracy Now! Correspondent Anjali Kamat on Reporting the Revolutions in Egypt and Libya
The United American Indians of New England marked the 42nd National Day of Mourning in Plymouth, Mass. on Nov. 24 as others celebrated the Thanksgiving holiday. Democracy Now! was there, as Native speakers described the "suppressed" history of the holiday, the massacre of the Wampanoag and ...
Headlines for November 30, 2011; Millions of British Public Sector Workers Take to the Streets in Historic General Strike; Occupy Wall Street Camps in Los Angeles, Philadelphia Dismantled in Massive Police Raids; As Biden Visits Iraq Ahead of U.S. Withdrawal, Critics See Last Ditch-Effort to Preserve ...
Headlines for November 29, 2011; Battlefield America: U.S. Citizens Face Indefinite Military Detention in Defense Bill Before Senate; Egypt Holds Historic Election As Military Council Resists Calls To Transfer Power To Civilians; Pepper-Spray Creator Decries Use of Chemical Agent on Peaceful Occupy Wall ...
Headlines for November 28, 2011; NATO Kills 24 Pakistani Troops in 2-Hour Assault on Pakistani Base, Tensions Flare in Region; Glenn Greenwald: Is Obama Fulfilling the Neocon Dream of Mass Regime Change in Muslim World?; WikiLeaks, Julian Assange Win Major Australian Prize for “Outstanding Contribution ...
Occupy Everywhere: Michael Moore, Naomi Klein on Next Steps for the Movement Against Corporate Power
"A Moment in the Sun": An Extended Interview with Independent Filmmaker, Author John Sayles
Clashes have erupted in Bahrain ahead of the release of a report investigating the crackdown on the pro-democracy uprising earlier this year. Watch Democracy Now! correspondent Anjali Kamat interview Bahraini activist Ala’a Shehabi, wife of a Bahraini political prisoner seized and jailed during the uprising.
Headlines for November 23, 2011; Egypt Protesters Defy Mounting Crackdown As Military Refuses to Step Down
; Sonia Jacobs and Peter Pringle on Their Journey From Death Row to the Wedding Altar
Headlines for November 22, 2011; Egyptian Revolution Enters New Phase As Thousands Brave Violence to Protest Military Rule; America’s Not Broke: Solving the Debt Crisis By Making Nation More Equitable, Green & Secure ; Reporter Greg Palast Exposes How U.S. “Vulture” Funds Make Millions By Exploiting ...
Headlines for November 21, 2011; Seymour Hersh: Propaganda Used Ahead of Iraq War Is Now Being Reused over Iran's Nuke Program; Tahrir Square Under Attack: 32 Egyptians Killed, 1,750 Injured in Protests Against Military Rule; UC Davis Student Describes Pepper Spray Attack on Occupy Campus Protesters
Headlines for November 18, 2011; Occupy Wall Street Draws Massive Turnout in NYC and Across the Nation to Mark 2-Month Milestone; Hip-Hop Legend Russell Simmons, Member of the 1%, on Why He Supports the 99% and OWS; New York City Students Join OWS Day of Action with Union Square Rally, March; SEIU President, ...
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Headlines for November 17, 2011; Occupy Wall Street's National Day of Action Launches with Protest at NY Stock Exchange; Ex-New York Times Freelancer Natasha Lennard on Quitting the Corporate Media in an Occupy Era; 84-Year-Old Dorli Rainey, Pepper-Sprayed at Occupy Seattle, Denounces "Worsening" Police ...
Headlines for November 16, 2011; Occupy Wall Street Protesters Return to Zuccotti Park After 200 Arrested, Camping Barred; As Occupy Enters Third Month, a Look at How Protesters Are Building a Global Movement; Police Crackdowns on Occupy Protests from Oakland to New York Herald the "New Military Urbanism"
Headlines for November 15, 2011; Occupy Wall Street Evicted in Late Night Raid; Lawyers Secure Injunction to Reopen Zuccotti Park; Inside Occupy Wall Street Raid: Eyewitnesses Describe Arrests, Beatings as Police Dismantle Camp; Arundhati Roy: Occupy Wall Street is "So Important Because It is in the ...
Watch Amy Goodman interview Ali, one of hundreds of people who peacefully participated in the Occupy Oakland encampment before it was raided early Monday morning. [includes rush transcript]
Headlines for November 14, 2011; Syrian Human Rights Lawyer Razan Zaitouneh Speaks from Hiding, Says Over 4,000 Killed in Uprising; Arab League Suspends Syria, Concern Grows over Foreign Intervention to End Crisis; Occupy Honolulu: Hawaiian Musician Makana Performs Protest Song to World Leaders at APEC ...
See the full version of the video report featured on today’s Democracy Now! about the Occupy movement that drew thousands of California college students to protests at UC Berkeley, among others. [includes rush transcript]
Headlines for November 11, 2011; Naomi Klein on Environmental Victory: Obama Delays Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Decision Until 2013; White House Could Cast Decisive Vote to Permit 20,000 Fracking Wells in Delaware River Basin; Occupy Homes: New Coalition Links Homeowners, Activists in Direct Action to Halt ...
Headlines for November 10, 2011; Italian Financial Crisis Prompts Berlusconi's Exit, Escalates Fears of Europe's Next Massive Bailout; Latino Voters Help Dethrone Anti-Immigrant Champion in Historic Arizona State Senate Recall Election; Report: Thousands of U.S.-Born Kids Languish in Foster Care as Immigrant ...
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