Hong Kong, Sonoran Desert, Kong discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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From New York. This is democracy now. Hong Kong police, actually fired teargas to worse, the crowd while. No people are showing any symptoms of attacking, so they're just doing it. We think that they're trying to oppress, our rights of face stressing, our, our opinion and actually missing. The freedom Kong is witnessing has starred protests against a proposed Bill to allow extradition of Hong Kong residents to mainland China on Wednesday riot police, deployed tear gas rubber bullets pepper sprays demonstrators attempted to storm the legislative council building, we'll get the latest then Arizona, where a hung jury has refused to convict humanitarian aid activists professor, Scott Warren, who faced twenty years in prison for providing water food, clean clothes, and beds, undock. Documented migrants crossing the Sonoran desert. The government's plan in the midst of this humanitarian crisis policies to target undocumented people refugees in their families. Prosecutions to criminalise humanitarian aid, kindness, and solidarity and outrage is mounting over the death of Laline Palanca a transgender. Afro lucky next woman who is recently found Dell in dead in a Rikers island cell. A war. Don't get it twin. We have been in a more black and Brown. Transpeople have been in the war since we were born a more on that continuously until the, we shouldn't fish until they actually make it still them. Don't exist. All that, and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot board.

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