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This year Democracy Now! is celebrating our 25th anniversary—that's 25 years of bringing you fearless, independent reporting. Since our very first broadcast in 1996, Democracy Now! has refused to take government or corporate funding, because nothing is more important to us than our editorial independence. But that means we rely on you, our audience, for support. If everyone who tunes into Democracy Now! signed up for a monthly donation of just $10, we could cover our operating costs for the entire year. Please do your part today. Right now, a generous donor will even DOUBLE your first monthly gift, which means it’ll go twice as far! This is a challenging time for us all, but if you're able to start a new monthly donation, please don’t delay. We’re counting on your support. Thank you and remember, wearing a mask is an act of love.
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More and more Americans are searching for responsible news and public affairs programming, looking deeper for information, historical perspectives and substantive debate on the most pressing issues of the day. This quest has created a burning need for high-quality independent journalism, the kind of journalism Democracy Now! has been broadcasting every weekday since 1996.

Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman, Juan González and Nermeen Shaikh, Democracy Now! reports each day’s important news events and provides exclusive in-depth, daily discussions by a rich diversity of voices including an established network of international journalists, respected scientists, scholars, filmmakers, authors, analysts and critically important—the ordinary voices of people around the world connected by personal experiences to the actual news events.

What began as a daily election program on a dozen radio stations more than two decades ago has grown into the largest public media collaboration in North America. Today, the daily news hour airs on over 1,500 public television and radio stations around the world.

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