Abby Martin on Julian Assange, Coup in Bolivia, Bernie Sanders & Gaza

Abby Martin - Julian Assange, Bolivia, Gaza fights for Freedom
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Abby Martin on Julian Assange, Coup in Bolivia, Bernie Sanders & Gaza


In this interview with investigative journalist, founder of the Empire Files and documentary filmmaker, Abby Martin, we talk about the case of Julian Assange and the implications it has for journalism. In addition, we analyse the situation in Bolivia, whether a coup took place and if it is part of a larger trend unfolding throughout Latin America. Furthermore, we discuss Abby Martin’s latest documentary film called “Gaza Fights for Freedom” and examine the socioeconomic conditions in Gaza as well as what the possible solutions to the crisis there could be. Lastly, we analyse U.S. politics and talk about what citizens worldwide can do to affect meaningful change in finding solutions to the extraordinary challenges facing humanity.

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ABOUT ABBY MARTIN

Abby Martin is a visual artist, activist, documentary filmmaker and independent journalist. She is the founder of Media Roots & The Empire Files, board member of Project Censored and former host of RT’s Breaking the Set.

Her latest documentary film is called “Gaza Fights for Freedom” and can be viewed at: https://gazafightsforfreedom.com//


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