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Democracy Now! Audio: Episodes

As the United Nations summit on climate change takes place in New York City, we continue our conversation with three leading environmentalists: Vandana Shiva of India, Desmond D’Sa of South Africa, and Winona LaDuke of the White Earth Reservation in northern Minnesota.
Headlines for September 23, 2014; Expanding U.S. Strikes to ISIS in Syria, Has Obama Opened New Phase of "Perpetual War"?; Flood Wall Street: 100 Arrested at Sit-In Targeting Financial Giants' Role in Global Warming; Vandana Shiva, Winona LaDuke & Desmond D'Sa on a Global, Grassroots Response to U.N. ...
Headlines for September 22, 2014; Voices from the People's Climate March: Indigenous Groups Lead Historic 400,000-Strong NYC Protest; Singer Angélique Kidjo: The Women of Africa Are Paying the Price of Climate Change; Bernie Sanders at People's Climate March: To Stop Global Warming, Get Dirty Money ...
Democracy Now! Sunday, September 21, 2014
Headlines for September 19, 2014; A People's Climate Movement: Indigenous, Labor, Faith Groups Prepare for Historic March
Extended web-exclusive interview with Naomi Klein about her new book, "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate."
Headlines for September 18, 2014; Capitalism vs. the Climate: Naomi Klein on Need for New Economic Model to Address Ecological Crisis; Naomi Klein on the People's Climate March & the Global Grassroots Movement Fighting Fossil Fuels
Amidst national outrage over police brutality across the country, we look at a new film that documents police shootings and the consequences of mass incarceration in upstate New York. "The Throwaways" focuses on the idea that certain lives in our society are considered disposable. It follows ...
Headlines for September 17, 2014; U.S. Ground Troops Back in Iraq? General Hints Broader Military Effort May Be Needed to Fight ISIS; As Activists Gear Up for People's Climate March, Rep. Jim McDermott Pushes Carbon Tax; Debate: Should Scotland Vote for Independence? Musician Billy Bragg vs. Historian ...
Headlines for September 16, 2014; A Survivor's Burden: Columbia Student Carries Mattress on Campus Until Alleged Rapist is Expelled; "We Will Not Be Silenced": Students Denounce Rape at Columbia as Schools Face Scrutiny for Inaction; An NFL Wife Tells Her Story: Intimidated Spouses Followed "Code of ...
Headlines for September 15, 2014; Is There a Diplomatic Solution to ISIS Crisis? U.S. Could Turn to Aid, Arms Embargo & Engaging Foes; Who Pays the Pro-War Pundits? Conflicts of Interest Exposed for TV Guests Backing Military Action; Underestimated and Ignored, Growing Ebola Epidemic Requires Unprecedented ...
Watch part two of our conversation with Eran Efrati, a former Israeli combat soldier turned anti-occupation activist. He recently interviewed several Israeli soldiers who participated in the Shejaiya massacre in Gaza. Later this month, Efrati will testify at the Russell Tribunal on Palestine in Brussels.
Headlines for September 12, 2014; "Insanity": CodePink's Medea Benjamin on Obama Plan to Bomb Syria, Expand Iraq Attacks; James Foley on the Dehumanization of War: Acclaimed Filmmaker Haskell Wexler Shares 2012 Interview; The Untold Story of the Shejaiya Massacre in Gaza: A Former Israel Soldier Speaks Out
Headlines for September 11, 2014; Obama Vows to Destroy Islamic State, But Expanded Strikes in Syria & Iraq Point to "Endless War"; What Would Dr. King Do? As U.S. Moves to Bomb Syria, Tavis Smiley on MLK's Antiwar Legacy
Dr. Michel Kazatchkine, a member of the Global Commission on Drug Policy, describes his meeting with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who said world leaders should move away from a failed prohibition paradigm and militarized drug war to focus more on legalization, prevention and treatment.
Headlines for September 10, 2014; Exclusive: DA Joins the Climate Activists He Declined to Prosecute, Citing Danger of Global Warming; Internet Slowdown: Online Protest Warns Users of What's to Come if Net Neutrality Rules Redrawn; As Pot Decriminalization Advances in U.S., Former World Leaders Call ...
Headlines for September 09, 2014; It's Not Just Ray Rice: Dave Zirin on the NFL's History of Condoning Domestic Abuse; University of Illinois Urged to Reinstate Professor Steven Salaita, Critic of Israeli War in Gaza; The Climate Change Defense? Citing Global Warming, DA Drops Charges Against Anti-Coal Activists
Headlines for September 08, 2014; "U.S. Militarism Brings Chaos": As Obama Plans a War on ISIS, a Call for a Middle East-Led Response; Think Tanks as Lobbyists: Exposé Shows U.S. Groups Receive Millions to Push Foreign Nations' Agendas; Big Tobacco's Child Workers: Young Laborers Endure Health Risks, ...
Headlines for September 05, 2014; Ukraine Ceasefire Takes Hold, but an Expanding NATO on Russia's Borders Raises Threat of Nuclear War; Did Major Countries Agree Not to Disclose Key Details in Downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17?; Profit over Safety: BP Faces Billions in Fines for "Grossly Negligent" ...
Headlines for September 04, 2014; A Victory over Justice System's Failure: Wrongly Convicted Brothers Freed After 31 Years in Prison; New York Candidates Zephyr Teachout, Randy Credico, Tim Wu on Challenging Cuomo & Money in Politics
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