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Amy and David Goodman on KQED Forum w/ Michael Krasny, 10am PDT, Tues Apr 14: listen live, call in, send an email

DN! in the NewsApril 14, 2009
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    From the Forum website:

    Tue, Apr 14, 2009 — 10:00 AM
    Amy and David Goodman

    Amy Goodman frequently covers political activism and grassroots movements as host of the “Democracy Now!” television and radio news program. The new book she co-authored with her brother, investigative reporter David Goodman, examines everyday people who challenge establishments of all varieties. We welcome both Amy and David Goodman to the studio for a discussion of their book, “Standing Up to the Madness: Ordinary Heroes in Extraordinary Times.”
    Host: Michael Krasny
    Guests:
    • Amy Goodman, co-host of “Democracy Now!”
    • David Goodman, investigative journalist for Mother Jones

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