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Shows featuring Malik Rahim

  • Cancer-Stricken Angola 3 Prisoner Herman Wallace Given Just Days to Live After 42 Years in Solitary Wallace
    Angola prisoner Herman Wallace is dying of liver cancer after 42 years in solitary confinement. A member of the so-called Angola Three, Wallace and two others were in jail for armed robbery, then accused in 1972 of murdering a prison guard at the Louisiana State Penitentiary, known as Angola prison. The men say they were...
    September 30, 2013 | Story
  • Three Years After Katrina, New Orleans Levee System Still Vulnerable Leveesweb
    Nearly two million residents have fled from coastal Louisiana and New Orleans as Hurricane Gustav heads towards the Gulf Coast, but tens of thousands have also left coastal Mississippi, Alabama and southeastern Texas. Hurricane Gustav has also jeopardized this week’s Republican National Convention in St. Paul, where Republican officials are already scaling back the RNC program. Despite...
    September 01, 2008 | Story
  • New Orleans Hit by Another "Hurricane of Racism, Greed and Corruption"–Community Activist Malik Rahim Rahimm
    On the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Democracy Now! broadcasts live from the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans. We take a look at the state of New Orleans two years after the storm with two local activists: Malik Rahim, co-founder of the Common Ground Collective and Alice Craft-Kerney of the Lower Ninth Ward Health Clinic. [includes rush transcript]
    August 30, 2007 | Story
  • WALL STREET
    The financial markets continue to soar and share prices are hitting undreamed-of heights. And in the process, more and more Americans are exposing their pensions and life savings in the stock market.
    July 02, 1997 | Story