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Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

"Ties That Bind": Tales of Love and Gratitude from the Past Decade with StoryCorps Founder Dave Isay
Headlines for December 24, 2013; Beyond Plan Colombia: Covert CIA Program Reveals Critical U.S. Role in Killings of Rebel Leaders; Did Covert U.S. Program Targeting Rebel Leaders Help Undermine Colombia's Peace Process?; Ex-Rebel Leader Faces Ouster as Bogota Mayor After Longtime Advocacy of Reconciliation; ...
Headlines for December 23, 2013; Time for Compassion? Aging Political Prisoners Suffer From Illness, Decades in Solitary Confinement; "If the Risk Is Low, Let Them Go": Elderly Prison Population Skyrockets Despite Low Risk to Society
Headlines for December 20, 2013; Arctic 30 Members Welcome Russian Amnesty, But Refuse to Apologize for Trying to Stop Oil Drilling; Indigenous Groups Win Right to Seize Chevron's Canadian Assets over $18 Billion in Amazon Pollution; Obama Commutes 8 "Unfair" Crack Cocaine Sentences as the ACLU Calls ...
Headlines for December 16, 2013; "Makes Absolutely No Sense": David Cay Johnston on Budget Deal That Helps Billionaires, Not the Poor; Nikki Giovanni on 1 Year Since Newtown: Where is the Political Leadership on Gun Control?; Nikki Giovanni on Poetry, Grief and Her New Book, "Chasing Utopia: A Hybrid"; ...
Headlines for December 13, 2013; Labor Leader Eliseo Medina on Fasting for Immigration Reform, Organizing with Cesar Chavez; Polaroid & Apartheid: Inside the Beginnings of the Boycott, Divestment Movement Against South Africa; "One of Our Greatest Coups": The CIA & the Capture of Nelson Mandela
Headlines for December 12, 2013; The Anti-Apartheid Underground: Ronnie Kasrils on Meeting Nelson Mandela in an ANC Safe House in 1962; From Marxism to Neoliberalism: Ronnie Kasrils on How Mandela & ANC Shifted Economic Views
Headlines for December 11, 2013; ALEC's "Institutional Corruption," From Backing Apartheid to Assault on Clean Energy, Public Sector; The Secret History of How Cuba Helped End Apartheid in South Africa; As Olympic Winter Games Near, Russian LGBT Activists Speak Out Against Anti-Gay Laws
Watch a video of immigrant rights activists arrested outside a detention center in New Jersey today, and hear a phone call from a young DREAMer who infiltrated a detention center in Texas.
Headlines for December 10, 2013; President Obama: Nelson Mandela "Freed Not Just the Prisoner, But the Jailer As Well"; Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff: Mandela Gave World "An Unmatched Example of Humanism"; Cuba's Raúl Castro Praises Nelson Mandela's "Unwavering Dedication to the Revolutionary Struggle"; ...
In part 2 of our interview with Danny Schechter, who has made six nonfiction films on Nelson Mandela, including "Mandela in America," he recalls the impact of the anti-apartheid leader’s visit to eight cities, including New York, Detroit, Oakland and Los Angeles. [includes rush transcript]
Headlines for December 09, 2013; Seymour Hersh: Obama "Cherry-Picked" Intelligence on Syrian Chemical Attack to Justify U.S. Strike; Rev. Jesse Jackson on the Life of Nelson Mandela & the Movement that Backed His Anti-Apartheid Fight
Headlines for December 06, 2013; Remembering Nelson Mandela: From Freedom Fighter to Political Prisoner to South African President; Randall Robinson on Nelson Mandela, U.S. Backing of Apartheid Regime & Success of Sanctions Movement; Soweto Activist: While Mandela Helped Build "The New South Africa," ...
Headlines for December 05, 2013; "We Can't Survive on $7.25": Fast-Food Workers Kick Off National Day of Action for Higher Pay; As Workers Strike Against Low Wages, Fast-Food CEOs Fatten Pockets with Taxpayer-Subsidized Pay; Jeremy Scahill: Oscar Nod for "Dirty Wars" Could Raise Awareness of Ongoing ...
Watch our full interview with Jane Goodall and Vandana Shiva at the recent International Women’s Earth and Climate Initiative Summit.
Headlines for December 04, 2013; Detroit Bankruptcy: Wall Street, Lost Revenues Forced Decline, But City Pensioners to Pay the Costs; Vandana Shiva & Jane Goodall on Serving the Earth & How Women Can Address Climate Crisis
After our interview with Michel Gondry about his new film, "Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy?" featuring Noam Chomsky, the French filmmaker quickly drew an illustration of Amy Goodman. Watch Gondry in action.
At the world premiere of the new documentary "Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?" in New York City, filmmaker Michel Gondry sat down with the subject of the film, Noam Chomsky, the world-renowned linguist, author and activist. [includes rush transcript]
Headlines for December 03, 2013; Animating Noam Chomsky: French Director Michel Gondry on New Film "Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?"; Noam Chomsky on Education & How "Manufacturing Consent" Brought Attention to East Timor Massacres
Headlines for December 02, 2013; Watching the Watch List: Landmark Case Goes to Trial over Massive U.S. Terrorism "No-Fly" Database; Pardoning Turkeys, Not People? Obama Urged to Reverse Lowest Clemency Rate of Modern Presidency; Over 110 Arrested as Record Black Friday Protests Challenge Wal-Mart, Major ...
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