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 Truth and Justice Radio 
 New book: Democracy Now! 20 Years Covering the Movements Changing America
 Weekly Program
 Democracy Now's longtime producer, Amy Goodman
 Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)  
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Democracy Now's longtime producer, Amy Goodman, spoke at length to a packed audience in Cambridge, MA, on 5/10/2016. Amy talks about the most pressing issues facing our democracy today, the 2016 presidential election, and she reflects on the past twenty years of covering the heroes at the forefront of movements for change in America.

Her brother and co-author David Goodman also spoke briefly. The event was sponsored by Cambridge Forum (cambridgeforum.org), and while its own recording will be posted, CF has pledged to edit it into a 30-minute segment convenient for radio broadcasters. Since Amy spoke for 72 minutes, we believe all of it deserves to be shared widely, so we got Amy's permission to post its entirety. For the event's opening and closing and David's remarks, go to https://archive.org/details/AmyGoodman-160510.

Amy Goodman and some of her Democracy Now team are halfway through a remarkable 100-city tour. Meanwhile she continues to produce Democracy Now every weekday. For more information about Democracy Now, or to sample its content, go to its website (democracynow.org).

Part of the 100-city tour involves selling and signing Amy's most recent book, Democracy Now! 20 Years Covering the Movements Changing America (co-authored with DN staffer Denis Moynihan and Amy's brother, journalist David Goodman).
This was recorded by Stan Robinson for Truth and Justice Radio, aired Sundays 6-10am ET on WZBC 90.3FM, Newton, MA, streaming and archived for two weeks at wzbc.org. TJR's primitive website is truthandjusticeradio.org and its slogan is “Four hours of spirited examination of warmaking, empire, corrupt justice, engineered poverty, lying politicians, jingoism, corporate criminality, and media disinformation.” We welcome your corrections and comments at tjr@bluebottle.com.

 Amy Goodman speaks at length in Cambridge MA Download Program Podcast
01:12:17 English 2016-05-10
 First Parish UU Church, Cambridge (Harvard Square)
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