In their new book, The Silenced Majority,
Amy Goodman and Denis Moynihan provide a vivid record of the events, conflicts, and social movements shaping our society today. They give voice to ordinary people standing up to change their media—and change the world. Their writing and daily work at the grassroots public TV/radio news hour Democracy Now!
, carried on more than a thousand stations globally and at democracynow.org
, casts in stark relief the stories of the silenced majority. These stories are set against the backdrop of the mainstream media’s abject failure, with its small circle of pundits who know so little about so much, attempting to explain the world to us and getting it so wrong.
Amidst a 2-month, 100-city tour, Goodman will release The Silenced Majority in Chicago on Tuesday, September 18. Her tour will focus on reporting the election season stories of the silenced majority.
About Amy Goodman
Amy Goodman is an award-winning investigative journalist and syndicated columnist, author and the host of Democracy Now!
airing on more than 1,000 public television and radio stations in 35 countries. Goodman is the first journalist to receive the Right Livelihood Award, widely known as the ‘Alternative Nobel Prize’ for “developing an innovative model of truly independent grassroots political journalism that brings to millions of people the alternative voices that are often excluded by the mainstream media.” The Independent
of London named Amy Goodman and Democracy Now!
“an inspiration”; pulsemedia.org placed Goodman at the top of their 20 Top Global Media Figures. Goodman is the author of four New York Times
bestsellers. Her latest book, Breaking the Sound Barrier
, proves the power of independent journalism in the struggle for a better world. She co-authored the first three bestsellers, Standing Up to the Madness, Static, and The Exception to the Rulers
, with her brother, journalist David Goodman. For more information about Amy Goodman and Democracy Now!
, please visit democracynow.org
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