Gracias a Internet hemos dejado de depender de las imágenes y sonidos controlados por los medios de comunicación tradicionales. Hoy contamos con miles de fuentes audiovisuales que profundizan en todos los campos de nuestro interés, por lo que mantenerse desinformado ya no es culpa de la manipulación de los medios, hoy el ser ignorante es una decisión consciente.
En Amauta nos mantenemos buscando esas historias, documentales, entrevistas que profundizan en los temas que más nos deberían interesar.
Denied Entry: Israel Blocks Noam Chomsky from Entering West Bank to Deliver Speech
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Martes, 18 de mayo del 2010

Source: Democracy Now! On Sunday afternoon, Noam Chomsky was stopped by Israeli border guards at the Allenby Bridge border crossing from Jordan. After over three hours of questioning, Chomsky’s passport was stamped with “Denied Entry.” He was scheduled to deliver a lecture at Bir Zeit University near Ramallah and was scheduled to meet with Palestinian Prime [...]

Arundhati Roy
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Domingo, 9 de mayo del 2010

Source: Fault Lines / Al Jazeera English The Indian Author and Political Activist Joins Avi Lewis on Fault Lines In 1997, Arundhati Roy’s first novel The God of Small Things made her the first Indian woman to win the prestigious Booker Prize. More than six million copies of the book were sold worldwide. Since then, she has turned [...]

Violence, Video Games, and the Supreme Court
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Martes, 4 de mayo del 2010

Source: GRITtv When the WikiLeaks video hit, the video game comparisons came fast and furious, including on this show, where we looked at a report that video games might help overcome people’s natural resistance to shooting at one another.  Now the Supreme Court is going to look at whether the ban on sale of violent video [...]

“This Is How These Soldiers Were Trained to Act”
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Martes, 13 de abril del 2010

Source: Democracy Now! April 12, 2010 We speak with a former member of Bravo Company 2-16, the military unit involved in the 2007 helicopter shooting of Iraqi civilians that killed twelve people, including two Reuters employees, as seen on the military video released by WikiLeaks. “The natural thing to do would be to instantly judge or criticize [...]

Massacre Caught on Tape: US Military Confirms Authenticity of Their Own Chilling Video Showing Killing of Journalists
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Miércoles, 7 de abril del 2010

Source: Democracy Now! The US military has confirmed the authenticity of newly released video showing US forces indiscriminately firing on Iraqi civilians. On Monday, the website WikiLeaks.org posted footage taken from a US military helicopter in July 2007 as it killed twelve people and wounded two children. The dead included two employees of the Reuters news [...]

Creative Movements for Change in Palestine
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Sábado, 3 de abril del 2010

Source: GRITtv This week was the 34th anniversary of Palestinian Land Day, and also a day for awareness of the growing boycott, divestment, sanctions movement. Land Day commemorates the deaths of six peaceful activists in a demonstration, and today we talk about activism and its ability to make change. Remi Kanazi, a poet and activist, and Phyllis [...]

“Our President Is Deceiving the American Public”: Pentagon Papers Whistleblower on President Obama and the Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq
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Miércoles, 31 de marzo del 2010

Source: Democracy Now! March 30, 2010 We are joined by a man who played a major role in efforts to end the Vietnam War in the 1970s. In 1971, the then-RAND Corporation analyst Daniel Ellsberg leaked to the media what became known as the Pentagon Papers, a 7,000-page classified history outlining the true extent of US involvement [...]

Arundhati Roy on Obama’s Wars, India and Why Democracy Is “The Biggest Scam in the World”
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Viernes, 26 de marzo del 2010

Traducción de la entrevista en español debajo de los videos Source: Democracy Now! March 22, 2010 We speak with acclaimed Indian writer and activist Arundhati Roy on President Obama, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, India and Kashmir and much more. Roy also talks about her journey deep into the forests of central India to report on the [...]

Progressives debate health care “victory”
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Jueves, 25 de marzo del 2010

Source: Real News Network PNHP: 23 million people will remain uninsured nine years out under the new health care bill.

Cornel West Talks with Avi Lewis about Empire, Obama, Poverty, and More
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Sábado, 20 de marzo del 2010

Source: Al Jazeera English March 11, 2010 He was the first African-American to get a PhD in philosophy at Princeton. He went on to write more than 20 books, receive more than 20 honourary degrees, to teach at Harvard and Yale, and hold classes at universities from Paris to Addis Abeba. With his latest hip hop CD he was [...]

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