Democracy Now : April 9 : Censorship Of The Arts

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Democracy Now : April 9 : Censorship Of The Arts
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Democracy Now : April 9 : Censorship Of The Arts / Pacifica Foundation| produced by Julie Drizin| hosted and produced by Amy Goodman. - A daily election year program which takes an in-depth look at the political landscape and interviews visionaries from all walks of life, including grassroots organizations, who challenge the status quo. - CONTENT: pt.1. Right wing watch : censorship of the arts| with guests Anne Green, coordinator of "Art Save" project| Donald Lipski, sculptor whose controversial work used American flags (19:00) -- pt.2. Slavery in the Sudan| with Jemera Rone, counsel at Human Rights Watch / Salim Muwakkil (19:00) -- pt.3. Excerpt from speech on re-envisioning the criminal justice system| with speaker Eddie Ellis, former Black Panther, now part of a prisioner-organized think tank| given at Medgar Evers College (7:00). - BROADCAST: Satellite, 9 Apr 1996.

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April 9, 1996
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