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Democracy Now! 2023-01-30 Monday
Headlines for January 30, 2023; “An Intolerable Situation”: Rashid Khalidi & Orly Noy on Israeli Colonialism & Escalating Violence; Tyre Nichols: Video of Fatal Police Beating in Memphis Spurs New Demands for Police Accountability; “Every Community Has a Tyre Nichols”: New Jersey Activists Demand Justice for Carl Dorsey
Democracy Now! 2023-01-27 Friday
Headlines for January 27, 2023; Memphis BLM Activist: Tyre Nichols’ Killing Is Part of Police Brutality Crisis Facing Black Residents; Tyre Nichols’ Parents Remember Son as “Beautiful Soul” & Describe Video of Beating by Memphis Police
Democracy Now! 2023-01-26 Thursday
Headlines for January 26, 2023; “20 Days in Mariupol”: Meet the Ukrainian Filmmaker Who Risked His Life Documenting Russian Siege; Biden Proposes Renters Bill of Rights as Landlords Make Record Profits; Housing Advocates Want More
Democracy Now! 2023-01-25 Wednesday
Headlines for January 25, 2023; As Germany & U.S. Agree on Tanks for Ukraine, German MP Accuses U.S. of Pushing Berlin into Proxy War; Doomsday Clock Moves Closer to Midnight: Peace Activist Frida Berrigan Demands Nuclear Disarmament; “Lacks Educational Value”? Critics Slam Florida’s Rejection of AP African American Studies Course
Democracy Now! 2023-01-24 Tuesday
Headlines for January 24, 2023; As Asian Americans Reel After Mass Shootings in California, Will Congress Take Any Action on Guns?; Jeremy Scahill: Biden & Trump Scandals Point to Deeper Problems with Overclassification of Gov’t Docs
Jeremy Scahill on Mistreatment of Whistleblowers & Uneven Enforcement of Laws over Classified Papers
The Intercept’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.”
Edomite seems to be on Russias Defense How do we make sense of all this
I’m currently unemployed and actually staying with my son; so I’m unable to afford the monthly sustainer amount. I know with cost going up for everyone, Democracy Now is suffering as well.
I worry about that.
Today’s show that barely mentioned Lindsey Graham’s press conference yesterday and your oddly timed January 6 piece really has me concerned about your shows Financial integrity.
Hey your communism is starting to show you might wanna tuck that in.