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Democracy Watch News is a 501c3 nonprofit corporation news service that builds networks of independent correspondents, editors, & news-production teams around the world to cover democracy, human rights, press freedom, Media responsibility, open governance, & sustainable public-policy.
 
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Mexican security forces captured Ovidio Guzmán, an alleged drug trafficker wanted by the United States and one of the sons of former Sinaloa cartel boss Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán. He was arrested in Jesús Maria, a town near the capital of the state of Sinola, Culiacan. Culiacan is the headquarters of the Sinaloa drug cartel. CBS NEWS. Journalist Ro…
 
Roberto Diaz @dieresis_u and Ü con diéresis reports on the Pacific Alliance, a Latin American economic alliance formed by Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru. #PacificAlliance & New Directions for #LatinAmerica #Diplomacy #Mexico #Chile #Colombia #Peru. Recorded 12-5-22 Duration 31:41. Ü con diéresis is a newspaper in Mexico that is struggling to sur…
 
Mark Taylor-Canfield reports on the problem of fake shopping websites and how to identify them. How to check a domain’s history & ownership How to identify and avoid fake websites One of the most common ways that phishers lure users onto their sites is by adding malicious links to phishing emails. So any time you think about clicking on a link embe…
 
Part 2. Roberto Diaz continues his report on the outcome of the 2022 Presidential Elections in Colombia. Gustavo Petro, a senator and former Mayor of Bogotá defeated Rodolfo Hernánez Suárez by over 10 percentage points. Petro’s victory on June 19, 2022 made him the first left-wing candidate to be elected president of Columbia. https://en.wikipedia.…
 
Roberto Diaz and others discuss the outcome of the 2022 Presidential Elections in Colombia. Gustavo Petro, a senator and former Mayor of Bogotá defeated Rodolfo Hernánez Suárez by over 10 percentage points. Petro’s victory on June 19, 2022 made him the first left-wing candidate to be elected president of Columbia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2022…
 
Democracy Movements Report—Integrated-Media Production for the Digital Age. Host @dwatchnews #DemocracyWatchNews with @digitallywired John Harvey & @ekoskaiphos Dean Edwards.John Harvey reports on the increasingly sophisticated immersive virtual 3D experiences that are now available. https://www.linkedin.com/in/digitallywired/ The 2020 release of t…
 
Mark Taylor-Canfield reporting for www.democracywatchnews.org summarizes his online attendance at this year's United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s press freedom events hosted by UNESCO. https://en.unesco.org/commemorations/worldpressfreedomday UNESCO is a specialized agency of the United Nations aimed at promoting worl…
 
This is part four of a four part series about the June 19, 2022 election in Columbia. Hosted by Democracy Watch News www.democracywatchnews.org, Roberto Diaz https://twitter.com/dieresis_u and a representative from Vanguardia Pesante https://twitter.com/VanguardiaRac. Columbia’s presidential election runoff https://www.democracynow.org/2022/5/31/ma…
 
This is part three of a four part series about the June 19, 2022 election in Columbia. Hosted by Democracy Watch News www.democracywatchnews.org, Roberto Diaz https://twitter.com/dieresis_u and a representative from Vanguardia Pesante https://twitter.com/VanguardiaRac. Columbia’s presidential election runoff https://www.democracynow.org/2022/5/31/m…
 
This is part two of a four part series about the June 19, 2022 election in Columbia. Hosted by Democracy Watch News www.democracywatchnews.org, Roberto Diaz https://twitter.com/dieresis_u and a representative from Vanguardia Pesante https://twitter.com/VanguardiaRac. Columbia’s presidential election runoff https://www.democracynow.org/2022/5/31/man…
 
This is part one of a four part series about the June 19, 2022 election in Columbia. Hosted by Democracy Watch News www.democracywatchnews.org, Roberto Diaz https://twitter.com/dieresis_u and a representative from Vanguardia Pesante https://twitter.com/VanguardiaRac. Columbia’s presidential election runoff https://www.democracynow.org/2022/5/31/man…
 
Cat and Kirsten describe and answer questions about Seattle’s Mutual Aid Kitchens that provide free quality food to needy people in several neighborhoods. Their philosophy is that high quality food should be free for people without the means to afford it. They accomplish that with donations and volunteers. They believe that quality food access shou…
 
Dean Edwards reports on hybrid warfare as is happening in Ukraine. Disinformation and misinformation terms are explained. He also recommends these resources for self governance: John Locke’s writing, Second Treatise on Civil Government. https://www.britannica.com/topic/Two-Treatises-of-Government and Locke a very short introduction from Oxford Univ…
 
12-16-21 Staff reports from Democracy Watch News. Dean Edwards provides more information about the News Services’ design and the aspiration of becoming a comprehensive world news provider. #DemocracyWatchNews#GlobalNewsProviders Mark Taylor-Canfield reports on the current recall election for Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant. He lists her l…
 
This discussion describes the concerns around 11-04-2021 shortly after the military coup took place in Khartoum and throughout Sudan. Adil is a journalist from that region. He says that a national government is difficult if not impossible because there are 5 major armies, many ethnic groups, and a tradition of being organized by localized tribal gr…
 
Dean Edwards begins by sharing his experience of listening to Sudanese voices in Twitter spaces. https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/spaces. We must match the tone of our reporting with the tragedies that have plagued Sudan for so long. His related article in LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6862638962700374016 . …
 
Monday, May 03, 2021 was World Press Freedom Day. It is an annual event held on May 03 each year. In 1993, the UN General Assembly proclaimed 3 May as World Press Freedom Day following a recommendation adopted at the twenty-sixth session of UNESCO's General Conference in 1991. It serves as an occasion to inform citizens of the violations of press f…
 
An introduction by Dean Edwards, International Coordinating Editor for Democracy Watch news followed by a presentation by Numairy a BBC journalist and Dr. Mohammed Hassan El Mahdi an internal medicine Resident in Sudan. Numairy starts with a review of the deadly Sudanese revolution from 2018. Chaos in the last 5 years. Then Mohammed provides additi…
 
Dean Edwards, International Coordinating Editor and executive producer does a follow-up on the Progressive movement. Then he talks about Sudan. People on the streets there are largely dissatisfied with both the coup and the ousted government. Then he talks about Populism in Sudan. Populism is a communications strategy with three steps. 1. Identify …
 
Sally Gellert in New Jersey reports on the Ecologic program broadcast over Free Speech Radio WBIA in New York City. She is a co-host. They cover environmental issues both locally and globally, for example; electrification, people versus fossil fuels in Washington D.C., and the global climate summit in Glasgow Scotland. https://wbai.org https://ukco…
 
This week we have three reports. First Dean Edwards, our International Coordinating Editor discusses the history and proper usage of the term “progressive” which grew out of the greater reconstruction period to address the need for good governance. This encompassed the concentration of State powers, corporate governance, transparency, and public he…
 
Carpenter Arthur Esparza provides another update. Workers are now out on strike. Workers are organizing independently from their own union claiming that Carpenters Union local 30 and Associated General Contractors of Washington (AGC) are not representing their best interests. They want a stronger contract that keeps up with inflation, equity with o…
 
On this, the 10th Anniversary of Occupy Wallstreet we republish our podcast of the 5th Anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement, this archival episode of Democracycast was recorded live on September 17, 2016. Dean Edwards introduces Sanna Camera and Aisha Dabo from Dakar, Senegal. Jo Ellen Kaiser moderates as John Harvey, Jan Weinberg a…
 
Carpenter Arthur Esparza provides an update. The membership voted to reject the proposed contract. A new proposal will be considered, perhaps, in two weeks. Workers are organizing independently from their own union claiming that Carpenters Union local 30 and Associated General Contractors of Washington (AGC) are not representing their best interest…
 
Workers in Seattle are organizing independently from their own union claiming that the Carpenters Union local 30 and The Associated General Contractors of Washington (AGC) are not representing their best interests. They want a stronger contract that keeps up with inflation and equity with other trades. And, a democratic Union, leadership accountabi…
 
A program featured on KMUZ community radio in Salem Oregon’s show Willamette Wakeup on 10-29-2020 that provides an update on the Beachie Creek Fire and recovery that occurred in August & September of 2020. Melanie Zermer talks with Brian Nicholas Marion County’s Public Works Director. A little over 1000 properties were affected. He describes all of…
 
Democracy cast podcast features Grace Rachmany to talk about local economies, economic sharing systems, the function of money, ecovillages, and cryptocurrencies. Hosted by Dean, we also hear questions from Mark, Sally, Terrance, John in a very interactive international press conference interview. Recorded 04-01-21. Duration: 54:13 Check out www.voi…
 
Part 2. Taylor-Canfield interviews Greg Palast on voter rights, voter suppression, censorship, and the voting policy bills currently in debate. Recorded 2021-06-03. Duration 00:33:33 Greg Palast is known for his investigative reports for The Guardian and Democracy Now and author of several New York Times bestsellers including The Best Democracy Mon…
 
Mark Taylor-Canfield interviews Greg Palast on voter rights, voter suppression, censorship, and the voting policy bills currently in debate. Recorded 06-03-2021. Duration 37:31 Greg Palast is known for his investigative reports for The Guardian and Democracy Now and author of several New York Times bestsellers including The Best Democracy Money Can…
 
Democracy Watch News Executive Director Mark Taylor-Canfield is an accomplished musician and composer. When he's not writing articles or appearing as a guest on a national media program (Jeff Santos Show), Mark plays rock and roll in Seattle with his band The Revel Saints (He's the vocalist and plays electric guitar). In this episode of Democracyca…
 
Democracy Watch News Executive Director Mark Taylor-Canfield presents information about social networking platforms and the overwhelming influence of computer technology on our daily lives. When to post? How to post? Social anxiety associated with peer pressure and information overload, etc. Also heard on this podcast are Sally Gellert, Dean Edward…
 
Democracy Watch News Executive Director Mark Taylor-Canfield's presentation on the rights of journalists based on guidelines developed by the Committee To Protect Journalists and a Reuters foundation. MTC discusses his experiences as a reporter dealing with law enforcement and legal cases, federal civil rights lawsuits, subpoenas, etc. He offers ad…
 
David Stasavage is the Dean for the Social Sciences and the Julius Silver Professor in NYU’s Department of Politics and an Affiliated Professor in NYU’s School of Law. He is the author of The Decline and Rise of Democracy: A Global History from Antiquity to Today, published by Princeton University Press in June 2020. This book provides a new unders…
 
John Harvey is one of the key enthusiasts of the evolving creation of virtual realities. He has authored this podcast. Because of COVID 19 the in person Burning Man could not be held. Using an Oculus Quest 2 headset he participated in the 2020 virtual Burning Man and details that transformative experience. The Oculus Quest 2 headset has 6 degrees o…
 
This in-depth report from Seattle was recorded on July 30, 2020. Mark Taylor-Canfield continues his coverage of social unrest following the police killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Manuel Ellis, Elijah McClain, and many other people of color. Duration 21:02 Trump sent federal police to Seattle and Portland to help local police suppress daily…
 
Democracy Watch News Executive Director Mark Taylor-Canfield reports from Seattle on the Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) and Mayor Jenny Durkan’s Executive Order directing police to raid the site and arrest protesters who refuse to leave the area. She then imposed a 10 day moratorium on protests in Cal Anderson Park and the surrounding area n…
 
We interview Ken Adams from community radio KMUZ in Salem Oregon and Oregon Community Media. Oregon Community Media is a coalition of 13 locally-controlled electronic media providers dedicated to sharing the voices of Oregon citizens with audiences across the state. Through broadcast, cable, and online channels, the member organizations of Oregon C…
 
Mark Taylor-Canfield interviews investigative reporter Greg Palast about his career, voter suppression and other election fraud. Duration 24:52. Recorded 2020-07-30 Gregory Allyn "Greg" Palast (born June 26, 1952)[1] is an author and a freelance journalist who often worked for the BBC and The Guardian. His work frequently focuses on corporate malfe…
 
Angelina Llongueras is an arts professor, author, poet and actress known for her roles in Spanish director Pedro Almodovar’s film “Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down”, and also “The Young Picasso.” In this archived report from 2018 she talks about the movement for Catalan independence and opposition from fascist elements in Spanish politics. Recorded 7-19-18 D…
 
Photojournalist in Seattle, Terrence Wynder has been covering the protest area since it started. He details the difficulties he has encountered. It is difficult for one photographer to cover an event spanning several weeks of 24 hour activity that is large, rapidly changing, and moving. It is difficult to preserve the privacy of people being photog…
 
Pink Umbrella Riot update by Mark Taylor-Canfield in Seattle on June 11. On Monday June 8th the Police Department removed valuables, boarded up, and evacuated the East Precinct headquarters as a deescalation technique. Demonstrations in that area had been ongoing for a couple of weeks.The civil occupation, also referred to as the Capitol Hill Auton…
 
Mark Taylor-Canfield reports on the police riot occasioned by the opening of umbrellas at the police line on Monday June 1, 2020 in Seattle. Mayor Jenny Durkin is receiving requests to resign by citizens who feel that she is more interested in protecting and asserting her power than in listening and responding to concerned citizens. Peaceful protes…
 
Journalist/actor/musician Mark Taylor-Canfield talks about the inspiration behind his radio mystery drama series "Nick Savage Private Eye." MTC plays the role of Nick Savage, a Seattle private detective circa 1947. His culture jamming project is a tribute to all the old classic radio and film detectives including Raymond Chandler's Phillip Marlowe,…
 
An archival report. Democracy Watch News Executive Director Mark Taylor-Canfield reports from Seattle on the 2018 primary election in the 9th congressional district of Washington State. 30 year old democratic socialist and berniecrat Sarah Smith challenged incumbent congressman Adam Smith for the Democratic Party’s nomination. Duration 10:09 Record…
 
Ever wonder what the staff of a news organization does on a daily basis? Welcome to the Democracy Watch News virtual newsroom! We describe our roles in the organization. Duration 24:23. Recorded 2020-01-15 #journalism,#newsroom,#DemocracyWatchNews,#news,#reporters,#editor,#nonprofit,#media,#democracy Send listener feedback to dwatchnews@earthlink.n…
 
Special Archived Report From Togo - 50 Year Dictatorial Regime: Suppression of Press Freedom and Democracy. Farida Bemba Nabourema, a correspondent and activist from Togo, briefs Democracy Watch News on the lack of press freedom and democracy in her country. Duration 10:13. Recorded 2018-06-07 @Farida_N https://nobelwomensinitiative.org/meet-farida…
 
In this archived report Mark Taylor-Canfield reports from Seattle. Seattle elections have strong support for the publicly financed option. Amazon flooded the current election by investing $1.5 million in Seattle City Council elections in 2019. Duration about 21:01. Recorded 2019-11-07 Amazon spends big in a publicly financed election. https://getfi…
 
Special archived report from Ethiopia with Mohommed Ademo Amo about the Oromia state. Oromo pride opinion piece. Oromo is the largest ethnic group with about ½ of the population of Ethiopia. Oromo region is about the size of Texas. They lack control over their affairs. The central government is in control. They are coming out of a monarchy. The Oro…
 
Seattle Campaign To Save The Showbox Theater From Demolition. An archived Report by Democracy Watch News Executive Director Mark Taylor-Canfield from Seattle City Hall where people gathered to testify at a public comment period on why the Showbox Theater should be preserved as a historic music venue. MTC interviews photographer Thomas De Soto and 1…
 
Dean Edwards, editor and news anchor for Democracy Watch News interviews, retired U.S. Sen. Mike Gravel, about his book, The Failure of Representative Government and the Solution: A Legislature of the People. https://www.authorhouse.com/en/bookstore/bookdetails/789312-the-failure-of-representative-government-and-the-solution https://mikegravel.com/…
 
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