articles tagged "Democracy Now!"

Move Your Caboose: A Fundraiser for Red Caboose

Friday, 21 June 2013 | buzz
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Move Your Caboose is a 5k Run/Walk to benefit Red Caboose daycare‘s scholarships which cover the tuition of 40% of low-income families in the neighborhood that attend the daycare and can’t afford to pay the full price. It will be held at 8:30am on Saturday, July 13th at Marquette School. Learn more: more »

The Iraq War, Ten Years Later

Friday, 22 March 2013 | buzz
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      On Friday, March 22nd, the 8 O’Clock Buzz featured an excerpt from Democracy Now. The segment features Amy Goodman and Arundhati Roy speaking about the Iraq war. Ten years ago the Iraq war began. Below is the video of the segment that was played on today’s Buzz.     more »

Silenced Majority Tour

Friday, 21 September 2012 | Molly Stentz
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Thanks to all who came out to see Amy Goodman in Madison on Thursday. Check out the rest of her Silenced Majority tour. AmyGoodman9-20-12 by wort-fm more »

Amy Goodman visits Madison on Thursday

Wednesday, 19 September 2012 | Molly Stentz
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Join WORT for an evening with Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan of the acclaimed daily newshour Democracy Now! Just back from the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, Amy will speak about her experiences reporting on this campaign season. This will be followed by a book signing of her newest book: The Silenced Majority: Stories of Uprisings, Occupations, Resistance, and Hope. This event is at the Barrymore Theater at 7pm on Thursday, Sept. 19th. more »

Elections in Egypt and G20 Protests

Monday, 18 June 2012 | A Public Affair

During the first half of the show, Norm Stockwell interviewed Sharif Abdel Kouddous, Democracy Now!’s Senior News Producer, on the elections in Egypt. In the next segment David Alvarado discussed Mexican media, upcoming elections and G20 protests in Los Cabos. On Sunday Egyptians participated in a presidential election that many had hoped would mark a transition to legitimate democracy. The military junta, however, has squashed this dream in their reluctance to let go of power. Kouddous told Dempcracy Now!, “Right now Egypt is in a state where there’s no parliament, no constitution or even a clear process for drafting one, and a presidential runoff that will leave Egypt with a ruler who will be a very divisive president.” He …. more »

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