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  • Tip of the Day: The Unfair and Imbalanced Culture of Sexual Harassment at Fox News May 9, 2017
    By Julie Frechette Bill O’Reilly’s abrupt dismissal from Fox News in April serves as a long, hard fought victory for those who have called him out for his sexist, racist, xenophobic, homophobic, and classist rhetoric.  Over the past two decades, viewers of Fox News have been subjected to O’Reilly’s histrionic tirades against women, people of […]
  • Fighting Fake News With Mickey Huff May 8, 2017
    This week, we present a speech delivered in April by the Project Censored Show’s co-host Mickey Huff. His topic was ‘fake news,’ and how to resist it. He spoke at Sonoma State University, as part of the campus’s annual Social Justice Week. Mickey Huff is director of Project Censored, co-host of the Project Censored radio program, […]
  • The Project Censored Lecture Series – This event is FREE! May 3, 2017
    The Project Censored Lecture Series Hosted by Professor Mickey Huff Tuesday, May 9th, 6:30 P.M. Aqus Café 189 H Street Petaluma, CA This event is FREE! Dr. Peter Phillips of Sonoma State University and his Investigative Sociology Student Research Teams for Spring Semester 2017 Present Their Findings: On the Rental Housing Crisis in Sonoma County: Fair […]
  • Orange Is The New Black, Black Lives Matter, and Project Censored Student Researchers May 1, 2017
    The program begins with a discussion of how TV depicts female inmates; is “Orange Is The New Black” a step forward in public understanding? Next, what’s happened to media coverage of the Black Lives Matter movement since Donald Trump took office? Finally on the program, three Project Censored student researchers at San Francisco State University […]
  • War: Missing from Public Response to Trump, but Urgent May 1, 2017
    By Marc Pilisuk The US air strikes in Syria last week were conducted without Congressional authorization. They foreshadow a dangerous military escalation in the Syrian civil war and have no legal justification. The excuse was retaliation against the barbaric use of chemical weapons against innocent civilians authorized by Bashar Al-Assad. But the rush to retaliate […]
  • The US Drone Warfare Program April 20, 2017
    Today’s show is devoted to the US drone warfare program, its consequences for targeted populations, and activists’ efforts to stop it. Selay Ghaffar with the Solidarity Party of Afghanistan joins in by phone from Kabul, and explains who the actual victims of drone strikes are. And three California peace activists (Toby Blome, Eleanor Levine and […]
  • Citizenships and Censorships in a Digital World” as part of the 26th Annual Kenneth S. Devol First Amendment Forum at California State University, Northridge April 11, 2017
    Project Censored’s Andy Lee Roth will be giving a talk on “Citizenships and Censorships in a Digital World” as part of the 26th Annual Kenneth S. Devol First Amendment Forum at California State University, Northridge on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. This year’s Devol Forum—which examines the connections between government censorship and the right to be a […]
  • The Pentagon Money Pit: $6.5 Trillion in Unaccountable Army Spending and No DoD Audit April 11, 2017
    According to a July 2016 Department of Defense Inspector General (DODIG) report, $6.5 trillion of Army Spending allocated to the Pentagon have no paper trail and no audit has been made by the Department of Defense (DOD) for the past two decades to resolve this issue. In other words, David Lindorff reported that “the Department […]
  • You Have The Right To Remain Silent, Your Phone Does Not April 11, 2017
    On January 20, 2017, as Donald Trump was being sworn in as President of The United States protests were taking place a short distance away. Washington, D.C. Police arrested over 200 individuals and charged them under felony riot laws and took phones away as evidence.  AlterNet’s Sarah Lazare, along with other news outlets cited in the […]
  • Inmates and Activists Protest Use of Chemical Weapons in US Prisons and Jails April 11, 2017
    Daniel Moattar, writing for The Nation, and Sarah Lazare, a journalist at AlterNet, report how chemical weapons, including several types of tear gas, are being used against prisoners in the United States, despite the fact that the international Chemical Weapons Convention of 1997 bans their use in warfare. Despite the arms control treaty that now […]


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  • McDonalds workers have families – but can’t make enough to feed them May 24, 2017
    CHICAGO – A large crowd gathered May 23 outside the construction site in the West Loop where the new McDonald’s headquarters is set to be completed this upcoming year. The corporate giant has continuously thwarted employees in their demands for better working conditions and a livable wage. Organizations present at Tuesday’s action included: the Fight […]
    Michelle Zacarias
  • “Species Native to California” updates Chekhov to the wine country May 24, 2017
    LOS ANGELES—Few types of grape found in the New World ever became commercially viable. The best known would be the Concord from New York State, source of the iconic, sugary Manischewitz brand. If California is now considered one of the premier wine-making regions in the world, it’s because the grape varieties that produce the sought-after […]
    Eric A. Gordon
  • Trump pushes budget that crushes his own supporters May 24, 2017
    The populist promises of candidate Trump be damned, President Trump yesterday released details of his first budget, a plan that slams hardest the people who voted for him. Tossing aside his vow to shake up Washington, the President put out a budget that is based on the time worn and discredited ideology of right wingers […]
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  • First in Asia: Victory for marriage equality in Taiwan May 24, 2017
    The long and sustained efforts of tireless activists like Chi Chia-wei, who has been campaigning for gay rights since he first came out in 1975, have finally paid off in Taiwan. The country’s highest court made history today when it ruled that current laws defining marriage as being only between one man and one woman […]
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  • Trump picks Al Capone of vote rigging to probe voter fraud May 24, 2017
    Kris Kobach was spooning down vanilla ice cream when I showed him the thick pages of evidence documenting his detailed plan to rig the presidential election of 2016. The Secretary of State of Kansas, sucking up carbs at a Republican Party Fundraiser recognized the documents – and yelled at me, “YOU’RE A LIAR!” then ran for it […]
    Greg Palast
  • South Africa: Communists convene broad front to halt country’s decline May 24, 2017
    The South African Communist Party (SACP) has entered a new chapter of its history by forming the beginnings of a broad front of progressive forces in an effort to rescue the National Democratic Revolution, the name given to the transformation of the country under the rule of the African National Congress (ANC) following apartheid. The […]
    Mark Waller
  • Sergei Eisenstein’s debut film “Strike” (Stachka) to screen in L.A. May 23, 2017
    LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles Workers Center and Hollywood Progressive co-present the revolutionary classic Strike. Before there was Battleship Potemkin Sergei Eisenstein directed his first feature-length film, 1925’s Strike/Stachka. One of the most stunning cinematic debuts in movie history, the 82-minute Strike brought the radical stage techniques of Vsevolod Meyerhold and the Proletcult Theatre to the […]
    Special to People’s World
  • Manchester searches for survivors, perpetrators and answers May 23, 2017
    MANCHESTER, England – Investigators hunted Tuesday for possible accomplices of the suicide bomber who attacked an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester yesterday, killing 22 people and sparking a stampede of young concertgoers, some still wearing the American pop star’s trademark kitten ears and holding pink balloons. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the Monday […]
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  • Venezuela needs a helping hand, not a hammer blow May 23, 2017
    If you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail. The United States has a big hammer: the military, plus the intelligence community’s covert intervention forces. So we are dropping bombs from drones in seven countries. Donald Trump goes to Saudi Arabia peddling arms and urging military cooperation. When North Korea acts up, he dispatches […]
    Jesse Jackson
  • Trump Resistance movement takes aim at McDonald’s today May 23, 2017
    CHICAGO – On the heels of mass demonstrations against President Trump’s policies that have drawn hundreds of thousands of Americans into the streets, leaders of the Trump resistance movement will converge in Chicago May 23 with thousands of workers in the Fight for $15 for a “March on McDonald’s” that is expected to be the […]
    Special to People’s World

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