Democracy Now

Democracy Now! (6 am) – April 8, 2005


The Funeral of Pope John Paul II

As the funeral of Pope John Paul II takes place in Saint Peter’s Square, we go to Rome to get a report on what is being called one of the most momentous funerals in world history.


War Surgeon Gino Strada: "Media Not Interested in Human Tragedies" of War

We speak with Dr. Gino Strada, a war surgeon and the founder of Emergency, a nonprofit, humanitarian organization dedicated to providing assistance to civilian victims of war.


Three People Forcibly Removed From Bush "Town Hall" Meeting on Social Security

As President Bush continues touring the country to promote his plans for overhauling social security, we speak with one of the three people forcibly removed from Bush’s Town-Hall-Style "Conversation on Social Security," in Denver on last month.


Undocumented Border Patrol Target Undocumented Immigrants

We speak with Magdalano Rose-Avila, the executive director of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project about the Minuteman Project, comparing street gangs to al Qaeda, Homeland Security and much more.

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