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https://www.democracynow.org/
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-26 Tuesday

    We look at the pandemic's devastating impact on Brazil's Indigenous peoples, who are dying at double the rate of the rest of the country; New Zealand, which implemented one of the earliest lockdowns, has largely succeeded in eliminating the coronavirus.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-25 Monday

    Special broadcast: We spend the hour with Noam Chomsky as he discusses President Trump's disastrous coronavirus response, his threats against China and the World Health Organization, and much more.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-22 Friday

    Authorities arrest a third White man for the killing of Ahmaud Arbery; We speak with renowned Indian journalist P. Sainath; As all 50 states partially reopen this weekend, historian Mike Davis says, "Reopening the Economy Will Send Us to Hell."
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-21 Thursday

    We get an update from Bangladesh, where a cyclone threatens a camp, home to 1 million Rohingya refugees, and look at COVID-19's threat to refugees across the globe; a new report finds 1 million children face death from the pandemic's secondary impacts.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-20 Wednesday

    Reverend William Barber calls for a Mass Poor People's Assembly on June 20; New York City shuts down its subways overnight, removing people who rely on the trains for shelter; a largely immigrant public elementary school fights demolition in New Jersey.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-19 Tuesday

    States begin to reopen even as U.S. deaths from the coronavirus top 90,000; The pandemic batters journalism, with at least 36,000 media workers experiencing layoffs, furloughs or pay cuts since the start of the outbreak.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-18 Monday

    How will the pandemic end, and how will the world look when it's over? We spend the hour with renowned medical historian Frank Snowden, author of the new book "Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present."
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-15 Friday

    Amid the pandemic, calls grow to halt deportations to Guatemala and Haiti; the Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that may shape the outcome of future presidential elections; we look at voting by mail and whether democracy can survive the pandemic.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-14 Thursday

    Is the coronavirus pandemic generating a mental illness crisis? We talk to psychology professor and writer Andrew Solomon; Renowned palliative care specialist Dr. Diane Meier on the pandemic's impact on families when loved ones must battle COVID alone.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-13 Wednesday

    We spend the hour with author and journalist Naomi Klein looking at the emerging "pandemic shock doctrine," lawmakers' calls for more surveillance and how Big Tech stands to profit from the coronavirus outbreak.

 

Video

http://www.democracynow.org/
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-26 Tuesday

    We look at the pandemic's devastating impact on Brazil's Indigenous peoples, who are dying at double the rate of the rest of the country; New Zealand, which implemented one of the earliest lockdowns, has largely succeeded in eliminating the coronavirus.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-25 Monday

    Special broadcast: We spend the hour with Noam Chomsky as he discusses President Trump's disastrous coronavirus response, his threats against China and the World Health Organization, and much more.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-22 Friday

    Authorities arrest a third White man for the killing of Ahmaud Arbery; We speak with renowned Indian journalist P. Sainath; As all 50 states partially reopen this weekend, historian Mike Davis says, "Reopening the Economy Will Send Us to Hell."
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-21 Thursday

    We get an update from Bangladesh, where a cyclone threatens a camp, home to 1 million Rohingya refugees, and look at COVID-19's threat to refugees across the globe; a new report finds 1 million children face death from the pandemic's secondary impacts.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-20 Wednesday

    Reverend William Barber calls for a Mass Poor People's Assembly on June 20; New York City shuts down its subways overnight, removing people who rely on the trains for shelter; a largely immigrant public elementary school fights demolition in New Jersey.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-19 Tuesday

    States begin to reopen even as U.S. deaths from the coronavirus top 90,000; The pandemic batters journalism, with at least 36,000 media workers experiencing layoffs, furloughs or pay cuts since the start of the outbreak.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-18 Monday

    How will the pandemic end, and how will the world look when it's over? We spend the hour with renowned medical historian Frank Snowden, author of the new book "Epidemics and Society: From the Black Death to the Present."
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-15 Friday

    Amid the pandemic, calls grow to halt deportations to Guatemala and Haiti; the Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that may shape the outcome of future presidential elections; we look at voting by mail and whether democracy can survive the pandemic.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-14 Thursday

    Is the coronavirus pandemic generating a mental illness crisis? We talk to psychology professor and writer Andrew Solomon; Renowned palliative care specialist Dr. Diane Meier on the pandemic's impact on families when loved ones must battle COVID alone.
  • Democracy Now! 2020-05-13 Wednesday

    We spend the hour with author and journalist Naomi Klein looking at the emerging "pandemic shock doctrine," lawmakers' calls for more surveillance and how Big Tech stands to profit from the coronavirus outbreak.