http://www.democracynow.org - Members of the Muslim Brotherhood have called for a nationwide Day of Rage today after Wednesday's security crackdown left at least 638 people dead and 3,000 people injured. The violence on Wednesday began when security forces raided two protest camps in Cairo set up to denounce the military overthrow of Egypt's first freely elected president, Mohamed Morsi. Today's protest marches began after Friday prayers at 28 mosques in Cairo. We go to Cairo to speak to Democracy Now! correspondent Sharif Abdel Kouddous.
Fourteen-year-old Rachel Parent challenged CBC's Kevin O'Leary to a debate on GMOs. O'Leary accuses Parent of being a "shill" for environmental organizations. Watch as Parent schools O'Leary on the dangers of GMOs -- and see for yourself who the corporate shill is.
Rachel's website: http://www.gmo-news.com
Taken on Saturday, July 27, this video shows black dust clouds blowing off the petcoke piles in Detroit over the river. Posted by Randy Emerson, a member of the Windsor on Watch environmental group.
U.S. Army whistleblower Bradley Manning was found guilty today of 20 charges in total, including espionage, but he was acquitted of aiding the enemy, the most serious charge. Michael Ratner, an attorney for WikiLeaks, appeared on the Democracy Now! special broadcast to respond to today's verdict.
A video from the rally to renew Canada's Health Accord at the Council of the Federation meeting in Niagara-on-the-Lake this week, from the Ontario Federation of Labour.
Canadian progressives are in a crucial period as we build towards the 2015 federal election. Neera Tanden, President of the Center for American Progress, an organization at the heart of the Obama coalition, spoke at a recent Broadbent Institute event about how American progressives are building a movement -- and winning. Watch Neera’s speech to learn more about what it takes to unite progressives.
United Nations, New York, 12 July 2013 - Education activist Malala Yousafzai marks her 16th birthday, on Friday, 12 July 2013 at the United Nations by giving her first high-level public appearance and statement on the importance of education.
Malala became a public figure when she was shot by the Taliban while travelling to school last year in Pakistan -- targeted because of her committed campaigning for the right of all girls to an education. Flown to the United Kingdom to recover, she is now back at school and continues to advocate for every child's right to education.
The tar sands are growing out of control, destroying the climate for all Canadians and poisoning the water of everyone living downstream. On July 5th and 6th, hundreds of people came together from coast to coast to join First Nations and Metis in the Healing Walk, a gathering focused on healing the environment and the people who are suffering from tar sands expansion. It was a powerful weekend of ceremony, information sharing, community and movement building.
Even before the massive fires and factory collapses in the Bangladesh garment industry, women and unions were organizing to improve the terrible working conditions.
Video produced by Making the Links Productions.
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