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Amy Goodman, David Goodman and Denis Moynihan recently published “Democracy Now!: 20 Years Covering the Movements Changing America.” This New York Times Bestseller will be available for sale at the event.“I wasn’t trespassing, I wasn’t engaging in a riot, I was doing my job as a journalist by covering a violent attack on Native American protesters.” Mr Erickson has disputed that Ms Goodman was there as a journalist.“There’s many justifications and legal justifications for why you're on somebody’s property,” he said. She was reporting the news to the American people.” Meanwhile, a documentarian arrested while filming at a separate protest, has been charged with three charges that carry a total penalty of 45 years.“The bulldozers are still going, and they’re yelling at the men in hard hats.One man in a hard hat threw one of the protesters down.” Prosecutors had initially sought to charge Ms Goodman with trespass, and then announced the more serious charge of taking part in a riot.Actress Shailene Woodley was arrested last week while peacefully protesting at the site of the protest.
For her dinner with Amy, San Juan Ridge resident Sharon Lane brought her niece Keighley Lane, then the news editor at her Smith College radio station, as well as former Nevada County resident Jenai Huff, a singer-songwriter friend of Sharon's, now living in New York City.
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In 2016, Goodman was arrested while covering protests of the Dakota Access pipeline at Standing Rock, North Dakota.
The charges, which were condemned by the Committee to Protect Journalists, were ultimately dismissed.
“I came back to North Dakota to fight a trespass charge.