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Friday Nite Videos -- August 2, 2013

Bradley Manning spied for us. 50th anniversary March on Washington. Growing an artificial heart. Save Chicago public schools rally. iPhones made by iSlaves? Fast food workers strike: the third wave.

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Bradley Manning Verdict
 
If Bradley Manning was acquitted of aiding the enemy but convicted of espionage, who was he spying for, us?
 
 

50th Anniversary March on Washington 
 
On August 24th peace and anti-war activist are gathering in DC to remember the historic March on Washington 50 years ago and to give voice to calls to end the plague of war, the injustice of economic, racial and social inequality and the destruction of our planet. 
 

The Heart Makers
 
How do you make a working human heart? Scientists can turn stem cells into beating heart cells, but getting them to organize into a 3D heart requires a scaffold. 
 
 

Nine-Year-Old Rouses Chicago Schools Rally
 
Amazing 9 year old Asean Johnson brings a Chicago crowd to their feet, defending his public school and calling for a struggle to save Chicago's schools.
 
 

iSlave at Foxconn Factory - The Truth About Apple
 
Apple products are so beautiful, they look like they're made by robots. In fact, they're made by inhumanly intense labor that has driven Chinese workers to suicide.
 
 

'Fast Food Forward' -- Fast Food Workers Rise Up
 
CNN's Carol Costello and Christine Romans report on the third wave of fast food workers' strikes in a dozen cities.