3/15/19 – Amy Goodman in Denver

KFFR 88.3 Benefit

amy goodman of democracy now in denver

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Join Amy Goodman at a benefit for KFFR 88.3 FM, Colorado’s newest full-power community radio station, serving Winter Park, the Fraser Valley, and the Headwaters of the Colorado River.

General Admission tickets to the 7pm talk are $15. There will be a special VIP reception with Amy Goodman at 5:30 pm, which includes refreshments, reserved seating at the talk, and a copy of Amy’s latest book, Democracy Now!: 20 Years Covering the Movements Changing America.

Tickets available online here: https://amygoodmankffr.brownpapertickets.com

Amy Goodman is the host and executive producer of Democracy Now!, the award-winning global news hour that broadcasts on over 1,400 public radio and TV stations around the globe.

This talk is her only Colorado speaking engagement this Winter/Spring!

From covering the Standoff at Standing Rock to Morocco’s military occupation of Western Sahara, where journalists have long been banned, to ongoing U.S wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syrian and Yemen, to the crisis in our immigrants communities and Donald Trump’s daily assaults on the foundations of our democracy, Amy Goodman and Democracy Now! shine a bright light on vital issues all too often ignored by corporate-controlled news industry.

Amy will be speaking at Denver’s historic East High School

She will be offering her insights on current events, with a special focus on the grassroots social movements that are driving change in our society.

Celebrate independent journalism, KFFR, and Democracy Now!’s 23rd anniversary with Amy Goodman.


There will be a VIP reception with Amy prior to the talk, from 5:30-6:30 pm, with light refreshments and including a signed copy of her latest book, Democracy Now!: 20 Years Covering the Movements Changing America. Some proceeds from the reception will benefit The Colorado Independent’s nonprofit newsroom.

The Colorado Independent is a statewide online news source operating in a time when spin is plentiful, but factual, fair and unflinching news in the public interest is all too rare. Our award-winning team of veteran investigative and explanatory reporters and news columnists aims to amplify the voices of Coloradans whose stories are unheard, shine light on the relationships between people, power and policy, and hold public officials to account. We strive to report the news with context, social conscience, and soul, and to give Coloradans the insight they need to promote conversation, understanding and progress in this square, swing state we call home.


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