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VIDEO: Watch Journalists Amy Goodman & Chris Hedges on Charlie Rose Show about Occupy Wall Street

DN! in the NewsNovember 03, 2011
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Acclaimed broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages America’s best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers. On Monday, October 24th, he interviewed Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman and Chris Hedges about Occupy Wall Street.

On November 3rd, Hedges was arrested, along with more than a dozen Occupy Wall Street protesters, after marching with 300 others outside Goldman Sachs.

Click here to watch the video. Viewers are encouraged to leave comments as well.

For more on Democracy Now! read this New York Times profile: A Grass-Roots Newscast Gives a Voice to Struggles.

Click here to see all of Democracy Now!’s coverage of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

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