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Anjali Kamat Topics

Anjali Kamat is a correspondent for Democracy Now! currently reporting from India, Egypt and Libya.

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  • Today marks the sixth anniversary of the killing of American peace activist Rachel Corrie by an Israeli military bulldozer in Rafah. She had been trying to prevent the demolition of a Palestinian home near the border with Egypt when she was killed. Democracy Now! producer Anjali Kamat and Jacquie Soohen of Big Noise Films traveled to Gaza last week with a women’s peace delegation and Rachel’s parents, Cindy and Craig Corrie. They...
    March 16, 2009 | Story
  • Democracy Now! producer Anjali Kamat writes, "To all those for whom America has represented generations of racial injustice, the election of America’s first Black president marks the beginning of a new era...But unless the inspired millions who brought him to power continue to believe their demands matter and insist on holding him accountable each step of the way, it will be Obama’s corporate and hawkish friends who determine...
    November 10, 2008 | D.N. in the News
  • The Ramsey County Court has begun to slowly process and release some of the nearly 300 people detained over the past few days. Democracy Now! producer Anjali Kamat reports. [includes rush transcript]
    September 04, 2008 | Story
  • Five minutes into a screening of the new documentary Trouble the Water, New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin walked out of the theater. Democracy Now! producer Anjali Kamat reports. [includes rush transcript]
    August 28, 2008 | Story