Investigative journalist and author Amy Goodman to give talk in Halifax

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Amy Goodman in Halifax
Saturday, September 30, 8-10pm (doors open at 7pm)
Ondaatje Theatre, Dalhousie University

Adding to the list of much-loved journalists heading to Halifax this fall (Scaachi Koul and Peter Mansbridge among them), longtime Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman is slated to appear in town this September.

Democracy Now! is an independent global news program, broadcast daily on radio, satellite television and online. In addition to her work with the outlet, Goodman is the author of six books. Her latest work is Democracy Now!: 20 Years Covering the Movements Changing America, which she published alongside brother David Goodman and Democracy Now! co-founder Denis Moynihan.

Goodman’s talk, titled “Stories of Democracy, Resistance and Hope” will focus on her experiences as a reporter as well as a grassroots organizer.

Tickets are available online and physical tickets are available at CKDU Radio Society, Bookmark booksellers and Humani-T Cafe (Young Street).

A limited number of reduced price tickets are available for those who may find cost a barrier. Contact Fenwood Publishing at 902-857-1388 for availability.

In anticipation, you can check out Goodman's talk at The New School below.

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