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Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

Headlines for October 27, 2011; Iraq War Vet Hospitalized with Fractured Skull After Being Shot by Police at Occupy Oakland Protest; Egyptian Youth Activists: We are Happy to See Occupy Wall Street Movement Stand Up for Justice; Drug War Profiteers: Book Exposes How Wachovia Bank Laundered Millions for ...
Headlines for October 26, 2011; Police Fire Tear Gas, Flash Grenades as Protesters Try to Retake Occupy Oakland After Predawn Raid; Glenn Greenwald on Two-Tiered U.S. Justice System, Obama's Assassination Program & the Arab Spring; Glenn Greenwald on Occupy Wall Street, Banks Too Big to Jail and the ...
Headlines for October 25, 2011; From Tahrir to Wall Street: Egyptian Revolutionary Asmaa Mahfouz Speaks at Occupy Wall Street; Dozens Arrested at Occupy Oakland as Police Raid Encampment, Tear Down Tents; Goldman Sachs v. Occupy Wall Street: A Greg Palast Investigation ; "Women, War and Peace" PBS Series ...
On Monday, Charlie Rose interviewed Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman and Chris Hedges about Occupy Wall Street.
Headlines for October 24, 2011; Michael Moore & Cornel West on OWS, Iraq & the Progressive Discontent Obama Faces in '12 Vote; Occupy Louisville: Voices from Social Justice Encampment in the Hometown of Muhammad Ali; Dr. Cornel West: "We Are in a Magnificent Moment of Democratic Awakening"
Headlines for October 21, 2011; Gaddafi’s Death Sparks Celebrations, Calls for Probe, as Libyans Begin New Era Free of Regime; Exclusive: Nobel Laureate Tawakkul Karman on the Struggle for Women's Rights, Democracy in Yemen
Headlines for October 20, 2011; Muammar Gaddafi Killed in Libya as Interim Government Seizes Last Regime Stronghold; Former Guantánamo Prisoner Speaks Out on Lawsuit Seeking Bush's Arrest in Canada for Torture; Harsh Immigration Laws Threaten "Humanitarian Crisis" in Alabama, Prompting Latinos to Fight ...
Headlines for October 19, 2011; Former Financial Regulator William Black: Occupy Wall Street a Counter to White-Collar Fraud; Colleagues of Slain Kansas Abortion Doctor George Tiller Continue His Fight for Reproductive Rights; Amidst Soaring Poverty, New MLK Monument Should Be Seen as "Testament to [His] ...
Headlines for October 18, 2011; Freed U.S. Hikers Speak at Occupy Oakland, Express Support for California Prisoners on Hunger Strike; The New Libya: Exclusive Video on Challenges Facing a Nation Emerging from Gaddafi's 42-Year Rule; Noam Chomsky on Israel-Palestine Prisoner Exchange, U.S. Assassination ...
Headlines for October 17, 2011; Global Day of Rage: Hundreds of Thousands March Against Inequity, Big Banks, as Occupy Movement Grows; Danny Glover, Cornel West Speak Out at Occupy Protests as MLK Memorial is Dedicated in D.C.; Times Square Taken Over as Occupy Wall Street Enters Second Month, Hundreds ...
Headlines for October 14, 2011; NYC Withdraws Cleaning Evacuation Order in Face of Defiant Occupy Wall Street Protesters; Constitutional Rights Lawyer Michael Ratner: Failed Occupy Wall Street Evacuation Order is Illegal; Alleged Inhumane Conditions for Post-9/11 Suspects Sparks Global Scrutiny of U.S. ...
Headlines for October 13, 2011; "News for All the People": Juan González & Joseph Torres on the Epic Story of Race & the U.S. Media
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, ...
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