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Musician Helado Negro on His Anthem, "Young, Latin & Proud," and Love Song, "It's My Brown Skin"

Daglige TV-nyheter - Wed, 01/17/2018 - 14:00
We speak with a musician who wrote what has become an anthem in the Trump Era:?the song “Young, Latin & Proud.” Helado Negro re-released the song about the same time Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president and attacked Mexican immigrants, calling them criminals and rapists. Roberto Carlos Lange, an acclaimed Brooklyn-based musician of Ecuadorean descent, performs in the Democracy Now! studio and discusses the song, his artistic and political influences, and his newest album, “Private Energy,” before he heads out on tour.

Democracy Now! 2018-01-17 Wednesday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-17 Wednesday
  • Headlines for January 17, 2018
  • "Letter from an Immigration Jail": Hear the Words of Detained Immigrant Leader Ravi Ragbir
  • New York City Councilmember Jumaane Williams: Civil Disobedience Is Needed to Protect Immigrants
  • NYC Immigration Activist Jean Montrevil Speaks Out After Deportation to Haiti: "My Heart Is Broken"
  • Is ICE Targeting Immigration Activists? Family Members of Detained & Deported Leaders Speak Out
  • "ICE Is Sending Us a Message": Activist Maru Mora Villalpando on Being Targeted for Deportation

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En bistandsminister er et hån mot FNs bærekraftsmål

Attac - Wed, 01/17/2018 - 10:32
I dag blir Nicolay Astrup (H) ifølge NRK utnevnt som ny bistandsminister. Istedenfor å gjeninnføre utviklingsministeren satser regjeringen på almisser for å løse de strukturelle problemene verden står overfor.

Reinspikka vrøvl.

Comments - Tue, 01/16/2018 - 20:53

Reinspikka vrøvl. Kjeldsbergs venner er ikke mine venner!

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Extended Interview: Christen Smith on How Trauma from Police Violence Is Killing Black Women

Daglige TV-nyheter - Tue, 01/16/2018 - 14:00
Extended web-only interview with University of Texas at Austin professor Christen Smith looking at how the trauma of police violence is killing black women like Erica Garner, the daughter of Eric Garner, and Venida Browder, the mother of Kalief Browder.

We Are Not the Terrorists: Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Speaks Out About Attacks on Movement

Daglige TV-nyheter - Tue, 01/16/2018 - 14:00
Extended web-only interview with Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors and journalist asha bandele about their new book, When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir.

Democracy Now! 2018-01-16 Tuesday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-16 Tuesday
  • Headlines for January 16, 2018
  • "When They Call You a Terrorist": The Life of Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors

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Pioneering Actress & Writer Issa Rae in Conversation with Amy Goodman

Daglige TV-nyheter - Mon, 01/15/2018 - 14:00
Amy Goodman interviewed actress and writer Issa Rae at the University of Michigan’s 31st annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium in 2017. Rae is the creator of the HBO series “Insecure,” which grew out of her web series “The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.” Rae is the first African-American woman to create and star in a premium cable series.

Democracy Now! 2018-01-15 Monday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-15 Monday
  • Newly Discovered 1964 MLK Speech on Civil Rights, Segregation & Apartheid South Africa

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Extended Interview: Meet Five of the Women Who Staged Golden Globes Protest Against Gender Violence

Daglige TV-nyheter - Fri, 01/12/2018 - 14:00
Extended interview with five of the women who took part in the “Time’s Up!” protest at the Golden Globe Awards, where the red carpet went dark, with many dressed in black to show their solidarity with the movement to demand gender and racial justice and a world free of sexual harassment and assault. We speak to Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement; actress Shailene Woodley; Mónica Ramírez of the National Farmworker Women’s Alliance; Calina Lawrence of the Suquamish Tribe; and Ai-jen Poo of the National Domestic Workers Alliance.

Democracy Now! 2018-01-12 Friday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-12 Friday
  • Headlines for January 12, 2018
  • NYC: Immigration Rights Activist Ravi Ragbir Detained at ICE Check-in Amid Protest, Police Violence
  • "Completely Racist": Edwidge Danticat on Trump's "Shithole Countries" Remark Targeting Africa, Haiti
  • Time's Up Activists Warn Trump's "Shithole Countries" Remark Will Embolden White Supremacists
  • Time's Up: Meet Five of the Women Who Staged Protest at Golden Globes Against Gender Violence

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Serena Williams Reveals Near-Deadly Birth Experience, Underscoring Growing Risks for Black Mothers

Daglige TV-nyheter - Thu, 01/11/2018 - 14:00
In a new article in Vogue, tennis star Serena Williams told the magazine how she self-diagnosed a life-threatening emergency after giving birth. Shortly after delivering, the tennis star suddenly felt out of breath and assumed she was having a pulmonary embolism, given her history of blood clots. According to Vogue, “She walked out of the hospital room so her mother wouldn’t worry and told the nearest nurse, between gasps, that she needed a CT scan with contrast and IV heparin (a blood thinner) right away. The nurse thought her pain medicine might be making her confused. But Serena insisted, and soon enough a doctor was performing an ultrasound of her legs. 'I was like, a Doppler? I told you, I need a CT scan and a heparin drip,' she remembers telling the team. The ultrasound revealed nothing, so they sent her for the CT, and sure enough, several small blood clots had settled in her lungs. Minutes later she was on the drip. 'I was like, listen to Dr. Williams!'” We speak to Annie Waldman, a reporter at ProPublica who wrote the article “How Hospitals Are Failing Black Mothers.” The piece is part of a larger year-long ProPublica investigation called “Lost Mothers: Maternal Care and Preventable Deaths.”

Democracy Now! 2018-01-11 Thursday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-11 Thursday
  • Headlines for January 11, 2018
  • Trump Expands Offshore Drilling in "Assault" on Biodiversity and Coastal & Indigenous Communities
  • NYC Sues Big Oil Companies Over Climate Change & Divests $5B From Fossil Fuel Firms
  • As Erica Garner Is Mourned, Why Are Black Mothers in NYC Dying at 12 Times Rate of White Mothers?
  • Christen Smith: The Fallout of Police Violence Is Killing Black Women Like Erica Garner

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-10 Wednesday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-10 Wednesday
  • Headlines for January 10, 2018
  • As ICC Considers Probing Israel for War Crimes, U.S. Moves to Defund U.N. Palestine Refugee Agency
  • Finkelstein: Despite Racist Policies & Corruption Scandals, Netanyahu Holds on to Power in Israel
  • Norman Finkelstein Slams Chuck Schumer for Pushing Trump to Declare Jerusalem Israel's Capital
  • "Gaza: An Inquest into Its Martyrdom": Norman Finkelstein on the Many Lies Perpetuated About Gaza

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-09 Tuesday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-09 Tuesday
  • Headlines for January 09, 2018
  • "Her Heart Was Attacked": Hundreds Gather in Harlem for Funeral of Erica Garner
  • "It's a Nightmare for Us": Up to 250,000 Salvadorans Face Deportation After Trump TPS Decision
  • Rev. Barber & Ex-Page to Segregationist Strom Thurmond Unite to Launch New Poor People's Campaign
  • Rev. William Barber: Trump is a Symptom of a Deeper Moral Malady Behind Racist, Xenophobic Policies

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-08 Monday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-08 Monday
  • Headlines for January 08, 2018
  • Watch Oprah Winfrey's Powerful Lifetime Achievement Award Acceptance Speech at Golden Globes
  • Time's Up: Activists Join Actresses on Golden Globes Red Carpet to Call for Gender & Racial Justice

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How the NY Times & U.S. Government Worked Together to Suppress James Risen's Post-9/11 Reporting

Daglige TV-nyheter - Fri, 01/05/2018 - 14:00
We continue our interview with former New York Times reporter James Risen, who left the paper in August to join The Intercept as senior national security correspondent. This week, he published a 15,000-word story headlined The Biggest Secret: My Life as a New York Times Reporter in the Shadow of the War on Terror.

Democracy Now! 2018-01-05 Friday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-05 Friday
  • Headlines for January 05, 2018
  • The Biggest Secret: James Risen on Life as a NY Times Reporter in the Shadow of the War on Terror

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-04 Thursday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-04 Thursday
  • Headlines for January 04, 2018
  • North and South Korean Leaders Agree to Direct Negotiations as Trump Provokes Kim Jong-un on Twitter
  • Norway Halts Weapons Sales in Yemen War, Citing Humanitarian Crisis, as US & Britain Continue Supply
  • Fordham Students Sue over Free Speech Rights to Establish Students for Justice in Palestine Group

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-03 Wednesday

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Democracy Now! 2018-01-03 Wednesday
  • Headlines for January 03, 2018
  • Trump's Vow to Support Iran Opposition Carries "No Credibility" as Demonstrations Enter Sixth Day
  • Erica Garner was "Unbought and Unbossed" in Push for Justice After Her Father Died in NYPD Chokehold

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