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Thu Oct 16 17:51:06 2014 UTClccn-no20090000320.22Democracy now!0.761.00Democracy now! Democracynow.org : the war and peace report141116989no20090000327975728lccn-n2004021281Goodman, Amy1957-hstivrmodlccn-n2002151180González, Juan1947-hstivrnp-roy, arundhatiRoy, Arundhatiivespklccn-n79059761Zinn, Howard1922-2010lccn-no2008054149Iraq Veterans Against the Warlccn-n82065739West, Cornelivespklccn-n50070605Vietnam Veterans Against the Warlccn-n00083543Arnove, Anthony1969-ausnp-washington, tracieWashington, Tracielccn-n79104267Chomsky, NoamspkDemocracy Now! 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Included are a eulogy from Harry Belafonte and tributes from President Bill Clinton, writer Maya Angelou, Malcolm X's daughter Attallah Shabazz, Davis' grandson Brian Day, and a musical tribute by jazz musician Wynton Marsalis21ocn232176903visu20070.92Zinn, HowardA power governments cannot suppress an evening with Howard Zinn and Amy GoodmanHistoryIntroduced by Amy Goodman, Zinn gives a lecture on patriotism and patriots in the United States. In particular he talks about the patriots in our country that were anti-war21ocn300319246visu20070.92Big media is ravenousAt the opening of the National Conference on Media Reform in Memphis, Bill Moyers announced his return to the airwaves and outlined his vision of media reform. He was followed by Jesse Jackson, discussing media ownership as a civil rights issue, and the media coverage of Martin Luther King22ocn829854763visu20090.22Democracy now!Headlines from the news program for August 7, 200921ocn301608818visu20050.24Zinn, HowardReadings from Voices of a people's history of the United StatesHistoryBiographySourcesHistorian Howard Zinn and writer Anthony Arnove are joined by artists and actors to present dramatic readings of selections from their book, Voices of a people's history of the United States22ocn427642759visu20090.92Democracy now!21ocn551681398visu20100.47Democracy Now!Anecdotes21ocn301601248visu20050.92West, CornelCornel West on democracy and winning the fight against imperialismHistoryCornel West, author of Democracy matters: winning the fight against imperialism, speaks to a college audience about the need for achievement and political activism by young African Americans, and answers audience questions about both that topic, and the subject of his recent book22ocn641508887visu20100.92Democracy Now!Blackwater's youngest victim, an exclusive report from Jeremy Scahill about a nine year old boy, shot in the head and killed by Blackwater in the infamous Nisour Squre massacre. His father, who is suing the private military contractor, provides the most detailed eyewitness account of the massacre to date. Scahill has conducted an in-depth investigation of the massacre and of nine-year old Ali Kinani's death21ocn127891256visu20070.92Democracy now!The video begins with news headlines for March 6, 2007. The first segment after the headlines describes celebrations of the 50th anniversary of Ghana's independence from Britain. On March 6th, 1957, Ghana became the first sub-Saharan country to gain independence from colonial rule. It inspired a wave of liberation struggles around Africa and around the world. Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana's first president, speaks about Ghana's independence and pan-Africanism, and his son Gamal comments on his father's legacy. In the second segment, Yifat Susskind of MADRE and Houzan Mahmoud of the Organization of Women's Freedom in Iraq talk about the systematic use of violence committed by Islamic militias against Iraqi women21ocn223540366visu20080.92Democracy now!Race and gender in presidential politics: "In the race for the Democratic nomination, a victory for either Senator Hillary Clinton or Senator Barack Obama--as the first woman or African American Democratic nominee--would be unprecedented in U.S. history. We host a discussion on race and gender politics with feminist pioneer Gloria Steinem and Princeton University Professor Melissa Harris-Lacewell"--Democracy Now! website11ocn300301159visu20061.00Scott Ritter and Seymour Hersh discussion at the New York Ethical Culture Society [sic], October 16, 2006InterviewsOn Oct. 16, 2006, Scott Ritter and Seymour Hersh held a public conversation in New York about Scott Ritter's book, Target Iran: the truth about the White House's plans for regime change11ocn221688260visu20081.00Democracy now! Democracynow.org : the war and peace reportPersonal narratives AmericanWinter Soldier [part 4]: Hundreds of veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan gather to testify in echo of 1971 Vietnam hearings11ocn256500415rcrd20051.00Democracy now!Interviews11ocn265142938visu20080.47Democracy now! Democracynow.org : the war and peace reportInterviewsPersonal narratives American"As the US occupation of Iraq enters its sixth year, we take a look at a new documentary that captures the struggles of one of the tens of thousands of US troops injured in the war. Body of War is directed by filmmaker Ellen Spiro and veteran broadcaster Phil Donahue. The film tells the story of Iraq war veteran Tomas Young. On April 4, 2003, his fifth day in Iraq, Young's unit came under fire in Baghdad. He was left paralyzed, never to walk again. Released from medical care three months later, Young returned home to become an active member in Iraq Veterans Against the War. We play excerpts of Body of War and speak with Tomas Young and with filmmakers Phil Donahue and Ellen Spiro."--Democracy Now! website11ocn818755345visu20101.00Democracy now!HistoryInterviews"Recently unearthed documents show around 700 Guatemalan soldiers, prisoners, prostitutes and mental patients were infected as part of a study into the effects of penicillin. It's unclear if the patients were ever cured of the diseases or even given treatment. Hours after the findings were revealed, President Obama apologized to Guatemalan President Álvaro Colom, who called the experiments a "crime against humanity." We speak to Susan Reverby, the medical historian who discovered the Guatemala study. Medical historian Susan Reverby, author of Examining Tuskegee: The Infamous Syphilis Study and its Legacy, discusses the history of medical experimentation at home and abroad. We also play excerpts of the documentary Deadly Deception: The Tuskegee Study"--DemocracyNow website, Nov. 20, 201211ocn127891326visu20061.00Democracy now!InterviewsThe first segment after the headlines describes how the Israeli government holds the Palestinian Authority directly responsible for the suicide bombing in Tel Aviv on April 17, 2006. Meanwhile, millions of dollars of aid to the PA have been cut off, worsening the humanitarian crisis. Adrienne Smith of Oxfam, Columbia University professor Rashid Khalidi, and Israeli economic researcher Shir Hever speak about the situation. In the second segment, Nigerian playwright Wole Soyinka discusses oil in the Niger Delta, the effect of the Iraq War on Africa, and why he titled his new memoir "You must set forth at dawn."Thu Oct 16 15:29:10 EDT 2014batch14976