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Democracy Now!

  Democracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. DN reporting includes breaking daily news headlines and in-depth interviews with people on the front lines of the world’s most pressing issues. DN proudly provides a place for a diversity of voices to speak for themselves, providing a unique and sometimes provocative perspective on global events. As an independent news program, Democracy Now! is audience-supported, which means that our editorial independence is never compromised by corporate or government interests. Since DN's founding in 1996, it has held steadfast to our policy of not accepting government funding, corporate sponsorship, underwriting or advertising revenue.


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Democracy Now! 2023-03-17 Friday

Headlines for March 17, 2023; Never Again: Human Rights Groups & Japanese Americans Warn Biden Against Jailing Migrant Families; Julian Assange's Father & Brother Speak Out on His Jailing, Press Freedom & New Documentary Ithaka; Blood and Treasure: Documenting the Costs of Iraq War from Civilian Casualties to Trillions Spent

Democracy Now! 2023-03-16 Thursday

Headlines for March 16, 2023; Blinken Visits Niger, Home to U.S. Drone Base, as Biden Moves to Counter China & Russia in Africa; Will Peace Hold in Tigray? Blinken Visits Ethiopia Four Months After Truce Reached to End War; Death, Destruction & Resilience: Nadje Al-Ali on the 20th Anniversary of U.S. Invasion of Iraq

Democracy Now! 2023-03-15 Wednesday

Democracy Now! Wednesday, March 15, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-03-14 Tuesday

Democracy Now! Tuesday, March 14, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-03-13 Monday

Headlines for March 13, 2023; China's Middle East Deal: Iran & Saudi Arabia Reestablish Relations as U.S. Watches from Sidelines; Climate & Indigenous Activists Decry Reports Biden Will Approve Willow Oil Drilling Project in Arctic; East Palestine Toxic Train Crash Shows Plastics Industry Toll on Planet. Will U.S. Ban Vinyl Chloride

Democracy Now! 2023-03-10 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, March 10, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-03-09 Thursday

Democracy Now! Thursday, March 9, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-03-08 Wednesday

Headlines for March 08, 2023; International Women's Day: Roots in Radical History, Labor Reproductive Rights Stand Up for Afghan Women: U.N. Calls Afghanistan World's Most Repressive Country for Women; Girls, Women, Life, Freedom: Iranian Women Continue Protests Amid Crackdown Poisonings at Girls Schools; Torture: El Salvador's Abortion Ban Condemned, Highlights Horrors Facing U.S. After Roe Overturned

Democracy Now! 2023-03-07 Tuesday

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Democracy Now! 2023-03-03 Friday

Headlines for March 03, 2023; Meet the Bronx Activists Who Won a Historic Settlement for NYPD's Violent Attack at 2020 BLM Protest; Opposition Disputes Nigerias Election Results After Ruling Party's Bola Tinubu Declares Victory; Meet Thelma Cabrera, the Indigenous Leader Barred from Running in Guatemala's Presidential Election

Democracy Now! 2023-03-02 Thursday

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Democracy Now! 2023-03-01 Wednesday

Democracy Now! Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-02-28 Tuesday

Democracy Now! Tuesday, February 28, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-02-27 Monday

Headlines for February 27, 2023; Free Speech on Trial: Supreme Court Hears Cases That Could Reshape Future of the Internet; A History of California, Capitalism, and the World: Malcolm Harris on New Book Palo Alto; Will the Equal Rights Amendment Finally Be Added to the U.S. Constitution 50 Years After It Passed?

Democracy Now! 2023-02-24 Friday

Headlines for February 24, 2023; Bomb Train: Calls Grow for New Laws on Rail Safety After Toxic Disaster in East Palestine, Ohio; Outrage Soars in Occupied West Bank After Israel Kills 11, Injures 500 Palestinians in Nablus Raid

Democracy Now! 2023-02-23 Thursday

Headlines for February 23, 2023; A War of Imperial Aggression: How Russias Invasion One Year Ago Changed Ukraine & the World; Scholar Ho-fung Hung on China-Russia Relations & Whether Beijing Could Mediate Ukraine Peace Deal; Kenyan Writer: History Explains Why Much of Africa Chooses Neutrality Over Wests Support of Ukraine

Democracy Now! 2023-02-22 Wednesday

Democracy Now! Wednesday, February 22, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-02-21 Tuesday

Headlines for February 21, 2023; Chicago Mayoral Race: Policing, Housing, Education Are Key Issues for 9 Dem. Candidates on Feb. 28; Police Murders of Fred Hampton to Laquan McDonald: Chicago Police Council Elections Are a First; Angela Davis on Assassination & Legacy of Malcolm X, Her Exclusion from AP Black Studies and More

Democracy Now! 2023-02-20 Monday

Headlines for February 20, 2023; Biden in Ukraine on War Anniversary: Matt Duss, Medea Benjamin Debate U.S. Involvement, Hopes for Peace; VP Harris Says Russia Is Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity in Ukraine, But U.S. Limits Power of International Law; Log Off: 1 in 3 U.S. Girls Weighs Suicide. Will Congress Restrict Big Tech?

Democracy Now! 2023-02-17 Friday

Headlines for February 17, 2023; Corporate Greed and Deregulation Fuel Threat of More Bomb Trains As East Palestine Demands Answers; Silencing Critics of Israel: Biden Pulls Nomination of Human Rights Lawyer For Decrying Apartheid; Brazilian Amazon Leader Urges Lula to Prosecute Bolsonaro for Genocide Against Indigenous Yamomami

Democracy Now! 2023-02-16 Thursday

Democracy Now! Thursday, February 16, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-02-15 Wednesday

Headlines for February 15, 2023; Reporter Seymour Hersh on How America Took Out the Nord Stream Pipeline: Exclusive TV Interview; Guns Leading Killer of Kids: With MSU Massacre, U.S. Averages More Than One Mass Shooting a Day

Democracy Now! 2023-02-14 Tuesday

Headlines for February 14, 2023; War with China Is Not Inevitable: Jake Werner on How to Defuse Tensions Between Washington & Beijing; The U.S. Has 750 Overseas Military Bases, and Continues to Build More to Encircle China;Bomb Train in Ohio Sickens Residents After Railroad Cutbacks, Corporate Greed Led to Toxic Disaster

Democracy Now! 2023-02-13 Monday

Headlines for February 13, 2023; Crisis on Top of a Crisis: Syrians Displaced by War Now Dealing with Earthquake Devastation; U.N. Rapporteur: Lift Sanctions on Syria to Help People Rebuild After War; Devastating Earthquakes; 25 Years of V-Day: Ending Gender Violence, Fighting Tentacles of Patriarchy; New Reckoning Memoir

Democracy Now! 2023-02-09 Thursday

Democracy Now! Thursday, February 9, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-02-08 Wednesday

Democracy Now! Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-02-07 Tuesday

Democracy Now! Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-02-06 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, February 6, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-02-03 Friday

Headlines for February 03, 2023; Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Khalil Gibran Muhammad E. Patrick Johnson on the Fight over Black History; We Want to Be Treated Like Human Beings: Evicted Asylum Seeker in NYC Requests Housing, Job Permits

Democracy Now! 2023-02-02 Thursday

Democracy Now! Thursday, February 2, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-02-01 Wednesday

Democracy Now! Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-31 Tuesday

Democracy Now! Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-30 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, January 30, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-27 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, January 27, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-26 Thursday

Democracy Now! Thursday, January 26, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-25 Wednesday

Democracy Now! Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Jeremy Scahill on Mistreatment of Whistleblowers & Uneven Enforcement of Laws Over Classified Papers

The Intecept’s Jeremy Scahill talks more about his latest article, “The Secrets Presidents Keep in Their Garages and Luxury Resorts: The Ceaseless Political Scandals over Classified Documents Point to Deeper Systemic Problems with Washington’s Obsession with Secrecy.”

Democracy Now! 2023-01-24 Tuesday

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Democracy Now! 2023-01-20 Friday

U.K. MP Jeremy Corbyn on Freeing Julian Assange, the Working Class, Brazil, Peru & Ending Ukraine War; Atlanta Police Kill Forest Defender at Protest Encampment Near Proposed Cop City Training Center. BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors Demands Justice for Cousin, Keenan Anderson's Death After LAPD Tasing.

Democracy Now! 2023-01-19 Thursday

Democracy Now! Thursday, January 19, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-18 Wednesday

Roe v. Wade at 50 (Almost): What Abortion Access Looks Like After Constitutional Right Overturned; End Medical Debt: Fight Grows to Stop Hospitals from Suing Patients, Garnishing Wages, Ruining Credit; Elite Capture: Philosopher Olúfémi O. Táíwò on How the Powerful Took Over Identity Politics

Democracy Now! 2023-01-17 Tuesday

Rep. Ro Khanna on CA Flooding, Big Oil's Climate Denial, Debt Ceiling, Assange and Possible Senate Bid; From Infiltrating Wikipedia to Paying Trump Millions in Golf Deals, Saudis Whitewash Rights Record

Democracy Now! 2023-01-16 Monday

A Martin Luther King Day special featuring excerpts of two historic MLK speeches: Beyond Vietnam and I've Been to the Mountaintop.

Democracy Now! 2023-01-13 Friday

"Argentina, 1985" Oscar-Shortlisted Film Depicts Historic War Crimes Trial of U.S.-Backed Generals; Legendary Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo on "Argentina, 1985" and Why Democracy Is at Risk Today; The Crisis of Missing Migrants: Tens of Thousands of People Have Disappeared on Their Way to Europe

Democracy Now! 2023-01-11 Wednesday

Democracy Now! Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-10 Tuesday

Democracy Now! Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-09 Monday

Democracy Now! Monday, January 9, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-06 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, January 6, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-05 Thursday

Democracy Now! Thursday, January 5, 2023

Democracy Now! 2023-01-04 Wednesday

Headlines for January 04, 2023; Did Kevin McCarthy Open the Door for Pro-Insurrectionist Republicans to Block Him as House Speaker?; David Dayen: Biden Will Need to Use Executive Action for Democrats to Get Things Done in 2023; Should Football Be Banned? Former NFL Player Donté Stallworth & Sports Reporter Bill Rhoden Weigh In

Democracy Now! 2023-01-03 Tuesday

Democracy Now! Tuesday, January 3, 2023

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Democracy Now! Monday, January 2, 2023

Democracy Now! 2022-12-30 Friday

Democracy Now! Friday, December 30, 2022

"Latinos, Race and Empire": A Talk by Juan González

Democracy Now! co-host Juan González recently spoke at the CUNY Grad Center in the final of his three “farewell” speeches in New York before he moved to Chicago.

Juan González on 50 Years of Defending and Chronicling America's Workers

For more than half a century, Juan González has been eyewitness to countless major battles led by working people in the Americas. He talked about this in a recent speech at CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies.

Judge Wendell Griffen on a Life Fighting for Justice, from Protesting Death Penalty to Backing Mumia

Wendell Griffen, a state judge in Arkansas, has become a prominent voice calling for a new trial for Mumia Abu-Jamal. Griffen will retire this month after 24 years on the bench and a career that has included speaking out against the death penalty and the War in Iraq.

Ryan Grim on Railroad Workers' Rank-and-File Union Organizing & Vote on Yemen War Powers Resolution

Ryan Grim discusses his new piece, “The Railroad Fight Was the Product of Eight Years of Militant Rank-and-File Organizing,” and the pending vote on the Yemen War Powers Resolution in Congress.

Update on Honduras, One Year After Election of Leftist & First Woman President Xiomara Castro

It has been nearly one year since Xiomara Castro was sworn in as Honduras’ new president. We get an update from Gerardo Torres Zelaya, the vice minister of foreign affairs of Honduras.

Juan González: Reflections on 40 Years of Fighting for Racial and Social Justice in Journalism

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.

Angela Davis on UC Strike, Abolition, Palestine & Lessons on a Life Fighting Racial Capitalism

A web-only discussion with Angela Davis, the world-renowned abolitionist, author and activist. Davis reflects on her remarkable life and struggles ahead.

50 Years After Sacheen Littlefeather's Oscars Protest, "Prejudice & Racism" Persist in Film Industry

On Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we remember Sacheen Littlefeather, and discuss her 50 years of work to address “the prejudice and the racism in our industry is still happening today.”

Police Should Not Kill Us: Phillip Pannell's Family Wants Officer Who Shot Him in Back Held Responsible

In Part 2 of our interview about the 1990 police killing of Phillip Pannell, and whether the case could be reopened in the wake of the growing movement for police accountability.

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