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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.

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