[CLOSED] Book Giveaway: Signed Copies of Amy Goodman's 'Democracy Now' | Link TV
[CLOSED] Book Giveaway: Signed Copies of Amy Goodman's 'Democracy Now'
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ENTRIES!
In celebration of Amy Goodman's fight for press freedom and covering stories that few media outlets will report, we're giving away five copies of her latest book "Democracy Now! Twenty Years of Covering the Movements Changing America" signed by her.
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It was 1996, and big media was swallowing up smaller stations in L.A., leaving little room for Latinx voices. It was into this barren media-scape that the pirate radio station Radio Clandestina emerged.
While Mexican immigrants continue to be demonized and characterized as “criminals,” “drug dealers,” “rapists,” “illegal aliens” and “invaders” by American leaders and millions of citizens, they have essentially become “foreigners in their own land.
The informal economy is widespread, diverse, and deeply tied to the formal economy. It is also full of paradoxes and contradictions, which make it difficult to find simple solutions.
Not only did neoliberalism redefine the role of the state, it also intensified the speed and depth of globalization, which radically transformed the economy.
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