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http://www.democracynow.org/
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-20 Thursday

    Ta-Nehisi Coates, the acclaimed author and journalist whose 2014 Atlantic cover story, "The Case for Reparations," gave renewed urgency to the question of reparations, joins us for the hour.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-19 Wednesday

    Regulators sound alarm after Facebook announces plan to launch global payment system; Meet Tiffany Cabán, the Latina public defender running to be Queens district attorney; African-American family sues the city of Phoenix after cops hold them at gunpoint.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-18 Tuesday

    Remembering the rise and fall of Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first and only democratically elected president, who died Monday after collapsing in court; James Goodale, former general counsel for The New York Times, reacts to Julian Assange's espionage charges.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-17 Monday

    As many as 2 million people take to the streets of Hong Kong to demand the resignation of Carrie Lam, the city's chief executive; A conversation with director Rick Rowley about his new documentary, "16 Shots," about the murder of Laquan McDonald.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-14 Friday

    The U.S. blames Iran for damage to oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz; Swedish programmer and Julian Assange supporter Ola Bini jailed in Ecuador for months without charge; Israeli lawyer Lea Tsemel on why she's spent decades defending Palestinians.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-13 Thursday

    Up to a million in Hong Kong protest a bill that could see extradition of residents to mainland China; The trial of humanitarian activist Scott Warren ends in mistrial; Transgender Afro-Latinx woman Layleen Polanco's death at Rikers Island stirs outrage.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-12 Wednesday

    The Intercept reveals the judge who helped jail former President of Brazil Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva likely aided federal prosecutors who targeted him; We look at horrific conditions for immigrants held in for-profit detention jails around the country.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-11 Tuesday

    We speak with Washington Governor Jay Inslee, who has made addressing the climate crisis the centerpiece of his presidential campaign; Press freedoms are at risk in Australia after two police raids on journalists.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-10 Monday

    Mexico and the U.S. reach a deal to avert a trade war, but The New York Times reports that Mexico had promised to take many of the steps they agreed to months ago; Rev. William Barber on how gerrymandering fuels attacks on healthcare, human rights.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-07 Friday

    "When They See Us." The damning new series tells the story of five teenagers of color wrongfully accused and convicted of raping a white woman jogger in Central Park 30 years ago. We spend the hour with creator, writer and director Ava DuVernay.

 

Video

https://www.democracynow.org/
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-20 Thursday

    Ta-Nehisi Coates, the acclaimed author and journalist whose 2014 Atlantic cover story, "The Case for Reparations," gave renewed urgency to the question of reparations, joins us for the hour.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-19 Wednesday

    Regulators sound alarm after Facebook announces plan to launch global payment system; Meet Tiffany Cabán, the Latina public defender running to be Queens district attorney; African-American family sues the city of Phoenix after cops hold them at gunpoint.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-18 Tuesday

    Remembering the rise and fall of Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's first and only democratically elected president, who died Monday after collapsing in court; James Goodale, former general counsel for The New York Times, reacts to Julian Assange's espionage charges.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-17 Monday

    As many as 2 million people take to the streets of Hong Kong to demand the resignation of Carrie Lam, the city's chief executive; A conversation with director Rick Rowley about his new documentary, "16 Shots," about the murder of Laquan McDonald.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-14 Friday

    The U.S. blames Iran for damage to oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz; Swedish programmer and Julian Assange supporter Ola Bini jailed in Ecuador for months without charge; Israeli lawyer Lea Tsemel on why she's spent decades defending Palestinians.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-13 Thursday

    Up to a million in Hong Kong protest a bill that could see extradition of residents to mainland China; The trial of humanitarian activist Scott Warren ends in mistrial; Transgender Afro-Latinx woman Layleen Polanco's death at Rikers Island stirs outrage.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-12 Wednesday

    The Intercept reveals the judge who helped jail former President of Brazil Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva likely aided federal prosecutors who targeted him; We look at horrific conditions for immigrants held in for-profit detention jails around the country.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-11 Tuesday

    We speak with Washington Governor Jay Inslee, who has made addressing the climate crisis the centerpiece of his presidential campaign; Press freedoms are at risk in Australia after two police raids on journalists.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-10 Monday

    Mexico and the U.S. reach a deal to avert a trade war, but The New York Times reports that Mexico had promised to take many of the steps they agreed to months ago; Rev. William Barber on how gerrymandering fuels attacks on healthcare, human rights.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-06-07 Friday

    "When They See Us." The damning new series tells the story of five teenagers of color wrongfully accused and convicted of raping a white woman jogger in Central Park 30 years ago. We spend the hour with creator, writer and director Ava DuVernay.