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  • Democracy Now! 2022-12-07 Wednesday

    8:00am By Democracy Now!
    Senator Raphael Warnock defeats Republican Herschel Walker in Georgia’s closely watched Senate runoff; The new “Death By Policy” investigative podcast examines how U.S. Border Patrol has pushed many migrants into dangerous journeys near the U.S.-Mexico…
  • Juan González: Reflections on 40 Years of Fighting for Racial and Social Justice in Journalism

    Tue 8:00am By Democracy Now!
    Democracy Now! co-host Juan González recently spoke at the Columbia School of Journalism looking back at his remarkable career — from his days as a student activist and community organizer with the Young Lords to his career in journalism.
  • Democracy Now! 2022-12-06 Tuesday

    Tue 8:00am By Democracy Now!
    Jeffrey Sachs on hopes for a negotiated end to fighting in Ukraine; Journalists from the award-winning Central American outlet El Faro sue NSO Group in U.S. court, alleging the firm’s Pegasus spyware was used to track their phones; Voters in Georgia decide…
  • Democracy Now! 2022-12-05 Monday

    Mon 8:00am By Democracy Now!
    A group of current and former Yale students has sued the Ivy League school for discriminating against students with mental health challenges in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act; We look at a fight in Chinatown, New York, against the city’s…
  • Angela Davis on UC Strike, Abolition, Palestine & Lessons on a Life Fighting Racial Capitalism

    Fri 8:00am By Democracy Now!
    A web-only discussion with Angela Davis, the world-renowned abolitionist, author and activist. Davis reflects on her remarkable life and struggles ahead.
  • Democracy Now! 2022-12-02 Friday

    Fri 8:00am By Democracy Now!
    A new Al Jazeera documentary investigates “The Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh” six months after the Palestinian American journalist was shot dead by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank; Civil rights activist Angela Davis on the controversy that erupted…
  • Democracy Now! 2022-12-01 Thursday

    Thu 8:00am By Democracy Now!
    Jurors convict Oath Keepers leaders of seditious conspiracy over their role in the January 6 Capitol attack; American Prospect editor David Dayen on a busy lame-duck session in Congress; New York Mayor Eric Adams alarms advocates with a plan to involuntarily…
  • Democracy Now! 2022-11-30 Wednesday

    Nov 30, 2022, 8:00 am By Democracy Now!
    Railroad Workers United organizer and labor historian Nelson Lichtenstein on Biden’s push to block a rail strike; Academic workers in the University of California system on why they are part of the largest higher education strike in U.S. history; An update…
  • Democracy Now! 2022-11-29 Tuesday

    Nov 29, 2022, 8:00 am By Democracy Now!
    Abdullah Al-Arian on “Why the World Cup Belongs in the Middle East” and Jules Boykoff on why the World Cup in Qatar is a “Climate Catastrophe”; Reporter Victoria Law on the Manhattan district attorney’s move to drop murder charges against domestic…
  • Democracy Now! 2022-11-28 Monday

    Nov 28, 2022, 8:00 am By Democracy Now!
    Protests erupt in China over the government’s strict zero-COVID policies; Pressure mounts to stop Missouri’s Tuesday execution of Kevin Johnson, whose conviction was tainted by racism; Sahrawi climate activist Mahfud Bechri on greenwashing at COP27, and…
  • Democracy Now! 2022-11-25 Friday

    Nov 25, 2022, 8:00 am By Democracy Now!
    Black Friday Special: Howard Zinn & Voices of a People’s History of the United States; “You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train”: Remembering the People’s Historian Howard Zinn at 100
  • Democracy Now! 2022-11-24 Thursday

    Nov 24, 2022, 8:00 am By Democracy Now!
    Lakota Historian Nick Estes on Thanksgiving, Settler Colonialism & Continuing Indigenous Resistance; Dr. Gabor Maté on “The Myth of Normal,” Healing in a Toxic Culture & How Capitalism Fuels Addiction
  • Democracy Now! 2022-11-23 Wednesday

    Nov 23, 2022, 8:00 am By Democracy Now!
    The situation in Iran is “critical” as authorities tighten their crackdown on anti-government protests; Noam Chomsky on the life and legacy of radical peace and civil rights activist Staughton Lynd; Filipino activist Yeb Saño on what the “loss and…