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More of the interesting talk by AMY GOODMAN, host of *Democracy Now!*. She presents several "stories of uprisings, occupations, resistance and hope" by somewhat-ordinary people whose activism changed the world.
This week, in Part 2, Goodman tells the interconnected stories of Chelsea Manning, Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras, and journalists imprisoned by the Egyptian regime. Plus young Anjali Appadurai, who shamed the delegates at the Durban climate conference.
Goodman spoke at the Socialism 2014 conference in Chicago on June 26, 2014. Audio courtesy of wearemany.org. I have lightly edited and slightly condensed the talk for radio broadcast.
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