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Tonight in NYC: Amy Goodman Speaks on Election 2012, Superstorm Sandy, Climate Change

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Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman speaks at the first event at the Tribeca Barnes & Noble since its reopening post-Hurricane Sandy. She links Sandy and other extreme weather events to climate change, and discusses the corporate media’s failure to make the connection. She will also talk about Tuesday’s elections and the movements that make history, and share tales of her 100-city tour launched with the release of her latest book, The Silenced Majority: Stories of Uprisings, Occupations, Resistance, and Hope. This is her first NYC event on the tour.

Click here to see more about the tour.

Read Amy Goodman’s column, We Are Not Powerless to Confront Climate Change,

Click here to see Democracy Now’s coverage of climate change.

Click here to see Democracy Now’s coverage of the 2012 Election.


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