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Shows featuring Jorge Mujica

  • May Day 2007: Hundreds of Thousands March for Immigrant Rights La-mayday07
    Hundreds of thousands of immigrants took to the streets on Tuesday in protests in dozens of cities across the country. Calls focused on demanding a path to citizenship for undocumented workers, ending immigrant raids and deportations, and rejecting anti-immigrant legislation. We speak with organizers of the day’s two largest protests: Los Angeles and Chicago. [includes rush transcript]
    May 02, 2007 | Story
  • Canadian Communications Security Establishment
    The largest and most important intelligence agencies — like the US National Security Agency — are often those with the least amount of public scrutiny and accountability. Today on Democracy Now! we get a rare look inside the US and Canadian spy network with a former Canadian intelligence officer who has come in the from the cold.
    March 04, 1997 | Story