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Democracy Now! (7am) - March 31, 2011 at 7:00am
Jeremy Scahill and Ex-DIA Analyst Joshua Foust on "The Dangerous U.S. Game in Yemen" & CIA Ops in Libya; Libya’s Eman al-Obeidi Remains Missing Since Risking Life to Tell Story of Rape by Gaddafi’s Forces; Supreme Court Weighs Massive Lawsuit Accusing Retail Giant Wal-Mart for Sexual Discrimination
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 30, 2011 at 7:00am
“Prescription for Survival”: A Debate on the Future of Nuclear Energy Between Anti-Coal Advocate George Monbiot and Anti-Nuclear Activist Dr. Helen Caldicott; Haitians Deported from the U.S. Held in “Absolutely Horrific” Conditions; Haitians Face Imminent Eviction from Displaced Persons Camps...
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 29, 2011 at 7:00am
"We Have Intervened to Stop a Massacre”: Obama Defends the U.S.-Led Military Action in Libya; A Debate on U.S. Military Intervention in Libya: Juan Cole v. Vijay Prashad; Syria Detains Egyptian-American Accused of Spying, Refuses to Release Details of Charges Against Mohamed Radwan; "Shocked and ...
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 28, 2011 at 7:00am
Obama Administration Relents and Grants Visa to Leading Afghan Antiwar Campaigner Malalai Joya into U.S.; "Stop These Massacres": Ex-Afghan Parliamentarian Malayia Joya Calls for End to U.S. Occupation of Afghanistan; “This is Economic Treason;” 500,000 March in London Protesting Public Spending...
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 21, 2011 at 7:00am
Libyan Citizen Journalist Mohammed Nabbous Killed by Gunfire While Reporting on the Battle for Benghazi; No-fly Zone Enacted as U.S. and Allied Forces Launch Air Strikes on Libya Amid Growing Concerns for Civilian Safety; Former President Aristide On His Party’s Exclusion from Haiti’s Election...
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 17, 2011 at 7:00am
“Serious Danger of a Full Core Meltdown”: Update on Japan’s Nuclear Catastrophe; Report from Sendai: Fears of Radioactivity Are Hampering Relief Efforts; Hiroshima Organizes Scientific Teams and Medical Treatment Centers to Receive Victims of Radiation Poisoning; Prominent Japanese Environmentalist
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 16, 2011 at 7:00am
Amy Goodman Reports from South Africa on Aristide’s Planned Return Trip to Haiti After Seven Years in Exile; “No Happy Ending”: Nuclear Experts Say Japan’s Disaster is Intensifying; South Africans Question the Push To “Go Down the Nuclear Road” to Meet Rising Energy Demand.
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 15, 2011 at 7:00am
“This Could Become Chernobyl on Steroids”: Nuclear Engineer Arnie Gundersen on Japan’s Growing Nuclear Crisis; Vermont Gov. Fights to Close Vermont Yankee, One of 23 U.S. Nuclear Power Facilities Nearly Identical to Failed Japanese Plant; "Get the Children Away from the Reactors"...
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 14, 2011 at 7:00am
Japan Facing Biggest Catastrophe Since Dawn of Nuclear Age; Worker Uprising: Up to 185,000 Protest In Madison As Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Signs Union-Busting Bill.
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 10, 2011 at 7:00am
Outrage in Wisconsin: Thousands Flood Capitol After GOP Strips Public Workers of Bargaining Rights in Surprise Senate Vote; "This is a Class War": Michael Moore Calls for Renewed Pro-Democracy Movement as Anti-Union Bills Approved in Wisconsin and Michigan; "We Have Reached a Turning Point”...
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 9, 2011 at 7:00am
Naomi Klein: Tim DeChristopher Guilty Verdict Exposes "Double Standard" of How "Oil and Gas Companies Privatize Profits...Externalize the Cost"; “My Fear is that Climate Change is the Biggest Crisis of All”: Naomi Klein Warns Global Warming Could Be Exploited by Capitalism and Militarism.
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 8, 2011 at 7:00am
“Women’s Rights are Workers’ Rights:” Kavita Ramdas on History of International Women’s Day and Challenges Women Face 100 Years Later; and Novelist Ahdaf Soueif on Egypt’s Revolution: “People Were Rediscovering Themselves”
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 7, 2011 at 7:00am
Hopes of Peaceful Revolution in Libya End as Opposition Prepares for Long Battle Against Gaddafi Forces; Thousands of Migrant Workers Stranded at Libyan Borders and Ports as Violent Clashes Spread: Video Report by Anjali Kamat in Benghazi ; As Public Broadcasting and Community Media Face...
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 2, 2011 at 7:00am
Prof. Horace Campbell: Peace & Justice Movement Should Oppose U.S.-Led Intervention in Libya; U.N.: More than 140,000 Have Fled Libyan Clashes; U.S. Silent on Deadly Iraqi Gov’t Crackdown on Protests; 300 Arrested in Sweeps Targeting Dissidents; Labor Protests Spread: Thousands Rally Against Anti...
Democracy Now! (7am) - March 1, 2011 at 7:00am
Terror in Tripoli: Libyan American Describes Country in State of Fear, But Hopeful of Gaddafi’s Ouster; Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa on Egypt’s Revolution, His Potential Presidential Candidacy and Middle East Uprisings; Labor Organizers Consider General Strike in Wisconsin as Gov. Scott
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