Democracy Now! Special | KCET
Democracy Now! Special
"Democracy Now!" will provide special live coverage of the Inauguration on Friday, Jan. 20 and the Women’s March on Saturday, Jan. 21. Programming will include:
Friday, Jan. 20
8am–3pm ET / 5am-Noon PT
Amy anchors in D.C. with analysis from guests and interviews from various actions taking place alongside the inauguration. The programming will include a live feed of the official inauguration proceedings scheduled to begin around Noon ET/9am PT.
Saturday, Jan. 21
10am–3pm ET / 7am-Noon PT
Amy anchors from Women’s March main stage area. Coverage will include speakers and performers from the stage and interviews with people who have come from around the world to attend the march and rallies in D.C. as well as reports from other actions around the country.
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