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Democracy Now! 2019-11-21 Thursday

11/21/2019
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During Wednesday's impeachment hearing, U.S. Ambassador Gordon Sondland tells lawmakers that he was ordered by President Trump to pressure the Ukrainian government to investigate the Bidens; we host a roundtable on the Democratic debate.

Duration:00:59:01

Democracy Now! 2019-11-20 Wednesday

11/20/2019
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Top officials describe Trump's pressure on Ukraine as "inappropriate"; Iranian security forces have killed over 100 protesters; Trans Remembrance Day honors the thousands of transgender and gender nonconforming people who have been killed worldwide.

Duration:00:59:01

Democracy Now! 2019-11-19 Tuesday

11/19/2019
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Anti-indigenous violence continues in Bolivia after President Evo Morales's ouster; the Trump administration announces it no longer views Israeli settlements as an international law violation; why the presidential primary system is racist.

Duration:00:59:01

Democracy Now! 2019-11-18 Monday

11/18/2019
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An unprecedented leak of Iranian intelligence sheds light on Iran's control of the Iraqi government; At least 23 have died in Bolivia amid escalating violence since the military forced out President Evo Morales; Texas halts the execution of Rodney Reed.

Duration:00:59:01

How Investigative Journalism Sparked a Revolution in Puerto Rico & Brought Down Gov. Rosselló

11/15/2019
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As anti-government protests rage across the globe, from Chile to Hong Kong to Iraq, we look back at this year’s historic demonstrations in Puerto Rico that ousted Governor Ricardo Rosselló in July. We speak with members of Puerto Rico’s Center for Investigative Journalism.

Duration:00:39:01

New Report: How International Sanctions on North Korea Harm Women & Prevent Humanitarian Aid

11/15/2019
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A new report shows that international sanctions imposed on North Korea are having adverse consequences on humanitarian aid and economic development in the country, with a disproportionate impact on women. We speak with the report’s authors and Christine Ahn, the international coordinator of the campaign Korea Peace Now! and founder and executive director of Women Cross DMZ.

Duration:00:25:17

Democracy Now! 2019-11-15 Friday

11/15/2019
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The Supreme Court begins hearing arguments on DACA this week; Sen. Cory Booker participates in the first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice; Rodney Reed is scheduled to be executed next week despite growing evidence that he is innocent.

Duration:00:59:00

Democracy Now! 2019-11-14 Thursday

11/14/2019
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The first public hearing on impeachment reveals new details about Trump's dealings with Ukraine; In Chile, protesters condemn gov't plans to rewrite the Constitution; Activist Medea Benjamin faces threats of arrest after protesting sanctions in Venezuela.

Duration:00:59:00

After Evo: As Right-Wing Senator Declares Herself President, What's Next for Bolivia?

11/13/2019
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We continue our conversation with Pablo Solón and Kevin Young about the political crisis in Bolivia.

Duration:00:28:50

Democracy Now! 2019-11-13 Wednesday

11/13/2019
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We speak with legendary journalist Bill Moyers, who covered the Nixon and Clinton impeachment hearings, as the House begins televised impeachment hearings into President Trump; A debate on the political crisis in Bolivia and whether it constitutes a coup.

Duration:00:59:01

Democracy Now! 2019-11-12 Tuesday

11/12/2019
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Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is free after 580 days behind bars; Chesa Boudin is San Francisco's newly elected district attorney; Socialist Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant declares victory in her re-election race.

Duration:00:59:01

The Silence Is the Loudest Sound: Arundhati Roy Condemns Indian Crackdown in Kashmir

11/11/2019
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As India’s crackdown on Kashmir continues, we speak to Indian author and activist Arundhati Roy.

Duration:00:41:22

Should First Primaries Be in Whitest States? Warren Says, "I'm Just a Player in the Game"

11/11/2019
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Amy Goodman asks Senator Elizabeth Warren if Iowa and New Hampshire should hold two of the first votes in the presidential primary season.

Duration:00:01:06

Democracy Now! 2019-11-11 Monday

11/11/2019
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Bolivia's first indigenous president, Evo Morales, resigns following what he described as a military coup; A conversation with Senator Elizabeth Warren about the climate crisis at the first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice.

Duration:00:59:01

Photographer Cecil Williams Remembers the Orangeburg Massacre & Documenting Civil Rights Era

11/9/2019
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Civil rights photographer Cecil Williams recalls photographing the aftermath of the 1968 Orangeburg massacre when three unarmed black students were shot dead at South Carolina State University.

Duration:00:22:24

Singer iLe Discusses Music, Activism & Puerto Rico's Struggle for Independence

11/8/2019
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Some of Puerto Rico’s biggest artists were at the forefront of the demonstrations that ousted Ricardo Rosselló, and the song “Afilando los Cuchillos,” “Sharpening the Knives,” became an anthem of the protests. We recently sat down to discuss music, activism and Puerto Rico with Ileana Cabra Joglar, better known as iLe.

Duration:00:41:35

South Carolina Reverend: Faith Leaders Must Be on Frontlines of Fight for Environmental Justice

11/8/2019
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The first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice is being held at South Carolina State University Friday night in Orangeburg. Democracy Now!'s Amy Goodman will co-moderate the event with former Environmental Protection Agency official Mustafa Ali. Leaders from frontline communities will attend tonight's forum, including Reverend Leo Woodberry, who has been fighting against environmental racism in South Carolina for years.

Duration:00:27:45

Democracy Now! 2019-11-08 Friday

11/8/2019
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The first-ever Presidential Forum on Environmental Justice takes place Friday in Orangeburg, South Carolina; in 1968, the Orangeburg massacre killed three unarmed black students when police opened fire at South Carolina State University.

Duration:00:59:01

Democracy Now! 2019-11-07 Thursday

11/7/2019
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Algerian elections are scheduled for next month as demonstrators proceed with sustained protests; Two former Twitter employees are charged with helping Saudi Arabia spy on critics; "The Pollinators" looks at the dangers of a decline in bee colonies.

Duration:00:59:01

"DREAM 9" Activist Who Once Infiltrated ICE Detention Center Faces Possible Deportation

11/6/2019
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Longtime immigration activist Marco Saavedra faces his final asylum hearing in New York on Thursday.

Duration:00:35:35