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Audio

http://www.democracynow.org/
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-21 Monday

    In a Democracy Now! and Pacifica Radio Archives exclusive, we air a newly discovered recording of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from 1964 addressing segregation, civil rights and his support for Nelson Mandela and the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-18 Friday

    19 die in an ISIS attack in Syria, including four Americans. We talk with Rep. Ro Khanna about U.S. wars; plus, the U.S. and Brazil increase pressure on Venezuela's president, stoking fears of a coup. We speak to Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-17 Thursday

    Federal workers protest across the country as the government shutdown enters its 27th day. Is it time for TSA workers to strike? Plus: The shutdown hits Indian country hard, and hearings begin for former coal lobbyist & acting EPA head Andrew Wheeler.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-16 Wednesday

    U.K. Parliament rejects Theresa May's Brexit plan in the worst defeat in British history; As confirmation hearings for AG nominee William Barr continue, we look at his record on criminal justice & more; Judge strikes down U.S. census citizenship question.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-15 Tuesday

    Teachers in Los Angeles strike for the first time in 30 years; Confirmation hearings begin for William Barr, Trump's attorney general pick; AZ activists face jail time for providing humanitarian aid to migrants crossing the U.S. border.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-14 Monday

    Florida posthumously pardons the "Groveland Four," African-American men falsely accused of raping a white girl 70 years ago; As the government shutdown drags on, the IRS bows to lenders and reopens a division to help the mortgage industry.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-11 Friday

    In a Democracy Now! exclusive, legendary scholar & activist Angela Davis speaks out after the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute rescinds a human rights award for her, apparently due to her activism for Palestinian rights and support of the BDS movement.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-10 Thursday

    Consumer safety takes a hit and national parks fill with waste under the government shutdown; a rape and trafficking survivor is granted clemency 15 years into a life sentence; Haitian groups sue the Trump admin over revoked immigration protections.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-09 Wednesday

    President Trump issues a xenophobic televised address attacking immigrants and demanding border wall funding; longtime NBC reporter William Arkin speaks out after resigning his job over corporate media's role in encouraging perpetual U.S. war.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-08 Tuesday

    Rep. Rashida Tlaib reiterates her call for Trump's impeachment as the government shutdown enters day 18; the documentary "Crime + Punishment" exposes racial quotas in the NYPD and retaliation against the officers who dare to defy the system.

 

Video

https://www.democracynow.org/
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-21 Monday

    In a Democracy Now! and Pacifica Radio Archives exclusive, we air a newly discovered recording of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. from 1964 addressing segregation, civil rights and his support for Nelson Mandela and the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-18 Friday

    19 die in an ISIS attack in Syria, including four Americans. We talk with Rep. Ro Khanna about U.S. wars; plus, the U.S. and Brazil increase pressure on Venezuela's president, stoking fears of a coup. We speak to Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-17 Thursday

    Federal workers protest across the country as the government shutdown enters its 27th day. Is it time for TSA workers to strike? Plus: The shutdown hits Indian country hard, and hearings begin for former coal lobbyist & acting EPA head Andrew Wheeler.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-16 Wednesday

    U.K. Parliament rejects Theresa May's Brexit plan in the worst defeat in British history; As confirmation hearings for AG nominee William Barr continue, we look at his record on criminal justice & more; Judge strikes down U.S. census citizenship question.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-15 Tuesday

    Teachers in Los Angeles strike for the first time in 30 years; Confirmation hearings begin for William Barr, Trump's attorney general pick; AZ activists face jail time for providing humanitarian aid to migrants crossing the U.S. border.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-14 Monday

    Florida posthumously pardons the "Groveland Four," African-American men falsely accused of raping a white girl 70 years ago; As the government shutdown drags on, the IRS bows to lenders and reopens a division to help the mortgage industry.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-11 Friday

    In a Democracy Now! exclusive, legendary scholar & activist Angela Davis speaks out after the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute rescinds a human rights award for her, apparently due to her activism for Palestinian rights and support of the BDS movement.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-10 Thursday

    Consumer safety takes a hit and national parks fill with waste under the government shutdown; a rape and trafficking survivor is granted clemency 15 years into a life sentence; Haitian groups sue the Trump admin over revoked immigration protections.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-09 Wednesday

    President Trump issues a xenophobic televised address attacking immigrants and demanding border wall funding; longtime NBC reporter William Arkin speaks out after resigning his job over corporate media's role in encouraging perpetual U.S. war.
  • Democracy Now! 2019-01-08 Tuesday

    Rep. Rashida Tlaib reiterates her call for Trump's impeachment as the government shutdown enters day 18; the documentary "Crime + Punishment" exposes racial quotas in the NYPD and retaliation against the officers who dare to defy the system.