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Democracy now! / May 19, 20, 2002

Author: Kris AbramsMiranda KennedyLizzy RatnerJeremy ScahillUri Gal-EdAll authors
Publisher: [New York, N.Y.] : Democracy Now!, [2002]
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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After Amy Goodman reads the headlines of the day, she covers the independence of East Timor from the control of the Indonesian government, the official ceremony with the inaugural address of President Gusmão and interviews with top U.S. officials (Bill Clinton and John Castlellaw) about the U.S. support of Indonesia. Amy Goodman then looks into the Liquica Massacre interviewing several witnesses and finally  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Kris Abrams; Miranda Kennedy; Lizzy Ratner; Jeremy Scahill; Uri Gal-Ed; Amy Goodman; Xanana Gusmão; Allan Nairn; Noam Chomsky; Independent Radio & TV News.
OCLC Number: 166256393
Notes: Title from cassette label.
Contents taken from video and website (http://www.democracynow.org/).
"Independent Radio & TV News"--Cassette label.
"Produced at the Cyber Studio of Downtown Community Television, Manhattan Neighborhood Network"--End credits.
Performer(s): Host, Amy Goodman.
Event notes: Recorded May, 19 and 20, 2002.
Description: 1 videocassette (120 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Headlines for Monday, May 20th, 2002 --
East Timor declares independence, UN secretary general hands over power to Xanana Gusmão --
Guerrilla leader turned founding president of East Timor Xanana Gusmão delivers inaugural address --
Journalist Allan Nairn confronts President Clinton over U.S. policy toward East Timor; Amy Goodman and Allain Nairn question brigadier general over U.S. military support for Indonesia --
Part I: The Liquica Massacre and the search for justice, [May, 19, 2002] --
Part II: Noam Chomsky on East Timor's independence, May 20, 2002.
Other Titles: Democracy now! :
Democracy now! (Radio program)
Responsibility: producers, Kris Abrams, Miranda Kennedy, Lizzy Ratner, Jeremy Scahill ; director, Uri Gal-Ed.

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After Amy Goodman reads the headlines of the day, she covers the independence of East Timor from the control of the Indonesian government, the official ceremony with the inaugural address of President Gusmão and interviews with top U.S. officials (Bill Clinton and John Castlellaw) about the U.S. support of Indonesia. Amy Goodman then looks into the Liquica Massacre interviewing several witnesses and finally interviews Noam Chomsky about his take on the independence finally won by East Timor.

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