Category Archives: Amy Goodman

The Silenced Majority: new book by Amy Goodman

The Silenced Majority. Stories of Uprisings, Occupations, Resistance, and Hope is the latest release by Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan. This sequel to Breaking the Sound Barrier (2009) gives voice to the many ordinary people standing up to corporate and government power—and refusing to be silent. Read more.

Democracy Now! in Bonn

Amy Goodman (USA, RLA 2008) attends, together with her film team from Democracy Now!, the 30th Anniversary Conference of the Right Livelihood Award. She broadcasts daily from Bonn and interviews he fellow laureates. Watch Amy and other laureates at Democracy Now!

Day two of the Anniversary Conference

The second day of the conference was dedicated to meetings with the public. In over 20 cluster events, the Laureates visited different institutions in Bonn to discuss the urgent questions of our time with civil society organisations, NGO’s, business, academia, activists, entrepreneurs and junior researchers. The Right Livelihood College junior researchers, who are joining the […]

Amy Goodman (USA, RLA 2008)

Having herself survived a massacre by the Indonesian military in East Timor in 1991, Amy Goodman reports about new assassinations of political activists in Indonesia, while Barack Obama is considering to restore military aid for the country. The aid was suspended in 1999, after the Indonesian military had committed atrocities in East Timor and killed […]