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Headlines for September 14, 2011; After Gaddafi's Fall, A Revitalized Libya Tackles Militarization, Reconciliation & NATO's Presence; Mahmood Mamdani on Libya, an African Union in "Crisis" & the Outlook for South Sudan; GOP Candidate Ron Paul: "We're Under Great Threat Because We Occupy So Many Countries"; ...
In our extended interview with Noam Chomsky, he discusses the case against participating in Libya’s civil war, the increasing isolation of Israel in the Middle East, and his shock at the Republican presidential candidates’ positions on issues such as climate change. [includes rush transcript]
Headlines for September 13, 2011; Noam Chomsky on the 9/11 Decade and the Assassination of Osama bin Laden: Was There an Alternative?
; Noam Chomsky on the U.S. Economic Crisis: Joblessness, Excessive Military Spending and Healthcare; Noam Chomsky: U.S. to Veto Palestinian Statehood Bid Despite "Overwhelming ...
Democracy Now! kicked off Pacifica Radio’s 9/11 anniversary special on Sunday with an hour of voices from our coverage in the past decade. The memorial broadcast began the way Sept. 11, 2001, began for many Pacifica listeners, with Amy Goodman reporting ‘live’ from New York, just a few blocks ...
Headlines for September 12, 2011; From One Ground Zero to Another: Sister of 9/11 Victim Meets Afghan Who Lost Family in U.S. Bombing; Ten Years After 9/11, Little-Known Sikh Community Still Target of Violence and Harassment; Attica Is All of Us: Cornel West on 40th Anniversary of Attica Prison Rebellion
Headlines for September 09, 2011; Obama Jobs Plan Bolder than Expected, But Is It Enough?; Rebuilt Ground Zero Billed as National Symbol, But Costly Construction Projects Outsourced Overseas; As Study Links 9/11 Debris to Cancer, Details Emerge on How Officials Downplayed Ground Zero Dangers
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Sep
2011
59:00 mins
Headlines for September 08, 2011; Texas Faces Massive Wildfires, Record Drought as Gov. Rick Perry Denies Existence of Global Warming; Epitaph for Another 9/11: Renown Writer Ariel Dorfman on 1973 U.S.-Backed Coup in Chile; A Fateful Day: 9/11 Also Marks Important Anniversaries in India, Guatemala, Haiti ...
As the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks approaches, read a chapter of Amy and David Goodman’s book, "Exception to the Rulers," on 9/11, the families of the 9/11 victims who called for peace, the other September 11ths and more. The chapter is titled "Blowback."
Headlines for September 07, 2011; Libyan Rebels Try to Stabilize Tripoli as Weapons from Gaddafi Compounds Go Missing ; Discovered Files Show U.S., Britain Had Extensive Ties with Gaddafi Regime on Rendition, Torture; Smog v. Jobs: Is Obama Admin Endangering U.S. Environment, Public Health with Retreat ...
Headlines for September 06, 2011; Video of U.N. Peacekeepers' Sexual Assault of Haitian Prompts Calls to Focus on Post-Quake Rebuilding; "Fear, Inc." Exposes the So-Called Experts and Donors Behind Islamophobia in the United States; Saint of 9/11: Remembering NY Fire Chaplain Mychal Judge, Gay Catholic ...
British Rocker Billy Bragg on Labor Strikes and Songs, Activism, and the Murdoch Hacking Scandal
Headlines for September 02, 2011; U.S. Wasting Billions While Tripling No-Bid Contracts After Decade of War in Iraq, Afghanistan; As Turkey Freezes Israel Ties, Critics Decry "Whitewashed" U.N. Report on Gaza Flotilla, Blockade; In Wake of Irene, Rural New Yorkers Turn to Community-Run "Watershed Post" ...
We continue our interview with Ashley Joppa-Hagemann, the widow of a U.S. Army Ranger who confronted former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld about her husband’s suicide ahead of his eighth deployment overseas. She calls for a military memorial, and notes she has not received a condolence letter ...
01
Sep
2011
59:00 mins
Headlines for September 01, 2011; Amnesty International Decries Assad Regime's "Brutal" Crackdown on Syrian Protesters; As Economy Lags, New Study Reveals 25 Top Firms Pay More to CEOs than in Taxes; Alleging Captive Labor, Foreign Students Walk Out of Work-Study Program at Hershey Plant
Headlines for August 31, 2011; ATF Whistleblower: U.S. Gun Sting "Fast & Furious" Has Left Trail of "Crime Scenes and Dead Bodies"; As Grim Details Emerge, Guatemalan Victims Seek Justice for U.S. Medical Experiments in 1940s
Headlines for August 30, 2011; Vermont Radio Station Provides Crucial Details for Flooded Residents amidst Historic Devastation; Ex-Bush Official Col. Lawrence Wilkerson: "I am Willing to Testify" If Dick Cheney is Put on Trial; Army Ranger Widow Confronts Rumsfeld over His Lies that Convinced Her Husband ...
Headlines for August 29, 2011; "We Are Still Under Siege": Vermont Gov. Shumlin on Catastrophic Flooding & Climate Change; Bill McKibben: Will Hurricane Irene Be a Wake-Up Call about Climate Change? ; Shored Up: Debate over Development on Barrier Islands Intensifies After Hurricane; NYC Criticized for ...
Headlines for August 26, 2011; MLK National Monument Inspires Calls to Continue Civil Rights Leader’s Work to End Poverty and War; “Poverty Is the Problem”: Efforts to Cut Education Funding, Expand Standardized Testing Assailed
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Aug
2011
59:00 mins
Headlines for August 25, 2011; With CIA Help, New York Police Secretly Monitored Mosques, Muslim Communities Post-9/11; "Terrorists for the FBI:" How the FBI Uses Informants to Surveil and Entrap Americans
Headlines for August 24, 2011; The One Billion Dollar Question: Who Are the Libyan Rebels? ; The 9/11 TV News Archive: 3,000 Hours of Video News Coverage of 2001 Attacks Posted Online; Pioneering Internet Archivists Brewster Kahle and Rick Prelinger on Preservation in the Digital Age
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