Democracy Now : July 18 : The Olympics, A Different Perspective

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Democracy Now : July 18 : The Olympics, A Different Perspective
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DEMOCRACY NOW : JULY 18 : THE OLYMPICS, A DIFFERENT PERSPECTUVE / Pacifica Foundation| Produced by Julie Drizin and Amy Goodman| hosted 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, inclusing members of grassroots organizations, who challenge the status quo. - CONTENT: pt.1. Political headlines (4:00) -- pt.2. Examination of original Olympics a look behind the corporate and Olympic logos| guests, Charles Rutheiser, author of the book, Imagineering Atlanta: The Politics of Place in the City of Dreams and professor of Applied Anthropology at Georgia State University in Atlanta and Stuart Acuff, President of the Atlanta Labor Council and Leonard Tate, chair of the Atlanta Political Action Committee of the Million Man March (36:00) -- pt.2 Committees of Correspondence gathering in New York City for their second national convention| Excerpts of a speech given by Angela Davis, former Black Panther and member of the Communist Party (17:00) - Satellite, July 18, 1996.

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July 18, 1996
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