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Democracy Now! 20m
What's next for the moviegoers who agree with the ideas on class struggle and capitalism in 's new hit film, ? "We need to be organizing those folks," Riley says:
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Spain: Amazon Workers Continue 3-Day Strike
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. editor Katrina vanden Heuvel credits reporter for attempting to ask Trump and Putin "tough questions" Monday: “There is a role in our democracy for tough public accountability journalism"
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Watch today's top U.S. and world headlines:
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Four Years After Eric Garner’s Killing in Police Chokehold, His Family Still Seeks Accountability
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On Mandela’s 100th Birthday, Rev. Jesse Jackson Remembers His Vision of Anti-Racist Democracy
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ICYMI: Under Criticism, Trump Says He Misspoke after Russia Summit
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Debate on Political Crisis & Violent Deaths in Nicaragua: Camilo Mejía vs. Julio Martinez Ellsberg
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"Do we want these two countries trying to talk and resolve their differences peacefully, or do we want them isolating one another and feeling belligerent and attacked, which heightens the tension?" - on the Trump-Putin meeting in Helsinki
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Democracy Now! 6h
Replying to @democracynow
"All I'm seeking is justice, closure," Gwen Carr says. "There were other officers who were on the side that no one ever saw, that they filed false reports before anyone saw the video. They should stand accountable also."
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Democracy Now! 6h
Eric Garner's mother Gwen Carr speaks out, four years after his killing at the hands of NYPD: "What I would like to see is that all of the officers that were involved in my son's death that day be accountable and transparent, and that they get fired from the force."
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Democracy Now! 6h
Rev. Jesse Jackson remembers his friend Nelson Mandela, on Mandela's 100th birthday, as a "breath of fresh air": "He represented a vision of a multiracial, anti-racism democratic state, and he rejected strongman government."
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Democracy Now! 6h
Replying to @democracynow
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights found the Nicaraguan government was shooting unarmed opposition, responds Julio Martinez Ellsberg. "The same thing has been seen over and over by every other group that goes there in a neutral way."
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Democracy Now! 6h
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"What Julio is saying is highly inaccurate… From the very beginning, the police have encountered a very violent, armed opposition… A lot of them have been imported from El Salvador and Honduras," says Camilo Mejía, who calls video evidence of police violence "out of context"
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Democracy Now! 6h
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Julio Martinez Ellsberg responds: "People who fought against Somoza in the 1970s and 80s are now in the social movements fighting against Ortega. He does not represent anything progressive, and the murder… using paramilitary troops in pure daylight has everyone furious"
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Democracy Now! 6h
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Camilo Mejía says the political crisis in Nicaragua follows the U.S. government, along with the CIA and "so-called pro-democracy groups," funding and directing media organizations, civil society and human rights groups to undermine the Nicaraguan government.
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Democracy Now! 6h
On-air now at : A debate on the political crisis in Nicaragua, with antiwar activist Camilo Mejía and Julio Martinez Ellsberg, adviser to one of the main student movements opposing Nicaragua's government
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Democracy Now! 7h
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Then—Four years after NYPD officers killed Eric Garner on Staten Island, we speak with Garner's mother Gwen Carr about the ongoing fight for justice after his death. Stream live 8-9AM ET:
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Democracy Now! 7h
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Also today: On Nelson Mandela's 100th birthday, we remember his life and legacy with . Watch 8-9AM ET:
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Democracy Now! 7h
TODAY: A discussion on the political crisis in Nicaragua with antiwar activist Camilo Mejía and Julio Martinez Ellsberg, an adviser to the student movement opposing the Nicaraguan government. Watch 8-9AM ET:
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