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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 […]
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  • 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, […]
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  • 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 […]
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  • 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 […]
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  • 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 […]
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  • 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 […]
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  • 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 […]
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  • 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 […]
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  • 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 […]
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  • 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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  • “The Pride”: The difference gay pride makes, and doesn’t June 23, 2017
    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.—Alexi Kaye Campbell’s play The Pride received the Laurence Olivier Award when it premiered at London’s Royal Court in 2008, the Critics’ Circle Award for Most Promising Playwright and the John Whiting Award for Best New Play. It’s already almost a decade old. A couple of years later it had a New York […]
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  • Barack Obama makes passionate plea to save healthcare for millions June 23, 2017
    Using his Facebook, former President Barack Obama weighed into the controversy surrounding the American Health Care Act on Thursday. In his post, he appealed to the emotions of the Senate Republicans asking them to ask themselves “what will happen to the Americans grappling with opioid addiction… pregnant mothers, children with disabilities, poor adults and seniors […]
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  • Aesthetics meets politics in Josephine Baker tribute June 23, 2017
    Similar to every production I’ve seen at the Black Ensemble Theater (BET), “Black Pearl: A Tribute to Josephine Baker,” written and directed by Daryl L. Brooks, chronicles American history, and particularly that of African-American politics and experience within that history, through dramatizing the development of African-American musical and artistic expression. In staging the life of […]
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  • Fast fashion, small paychecks: UNIQLO’s sweatshop labor practices June 23, 2017
    Fast Retailing Co. Ltd, a Japanese apparel company which operates UNIQLO brand shops across the world, in its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report boasts that it is keen on improving employees’ working conditions in order to fulfill its responsibility as a global company. However, in reality, those who actually make UNIQLO clothes are forced […]
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  • Bernie Sanders calls for healthcare mobilization in three key states June 23, 2017
    Following is the text of a letter Sen. Bernie Sanders sent out on an emergency basis yesterday to the members of This weekend, I am partnering with MoveOn and going back on the road to visit states where there are Republican senators who can and should vote against the effort by Donald Trump and […]
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  • Supreme Court to hear case that could gut public sector unions June 23, 2017
    The U.S. Supreme Court, last year, came close to throwing a sharp blow against public sector unions. The death of Justice Antonin Scalia gridlocked the court, and gave unions temporary relief. That relief may soon end. A new case was filed June 6, 2017, raising the same legal question: Should Abood v Detroit Board of […]
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  • AFL-CIO launches new health care ad campaign June 23, 2017
    Today the AFL-CIO launched a new ad campaign to educate the public on the dangers of the Republican health care plan and encourage senators to reject it. The six-figure ad campaign will reach people in a variety of ways, including Facebook, Instagram, newspaper websites and even digital billboard ads appearing in airports. “The rushed, backroom […]
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  • David Ravelo, Colombian political prisoner – free at last June 23, 2017
    Colombian authorities on June 20 released prisoner David Ravelo. In anticipation of his release, Ravelo’s lawyer Reinaldo Villalba declared: “Colombian justice committed a most serious injustice and error in sentencing David Ravelo Crespo to 18 years for a crime he did not commit.” Villalba called Ravelo’s case “one more of the state’s famous façades of […]
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  • Uprising underway against Senate plan to take healthcare from millions June 22, 2017
    Senate Republicans today released their secret plan to kick millions off of health insurance and transfer hundreds of millions of dollars that now go to healthcare for working people and the poor into the pockets of the rich. The massive tax cut for the wealthy, disguised as a healthcare plan, hues closely to and in […]
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  • The corporate choice—create real value or grand fortunes June 22, 2017
    General Electric, the iconic American corporation, is waving another incredibly lush goodbye to a retiring CEO. Jeff Immelt, CEO since 2001, is retiring. The 61-year-old will be making a well-compensated exit. Fortune magazine estimates that Immelt will walk off with “nearly $211 million,” on top of his regular annual pay. Immelt’s overall General Electric retirement account, an Institute […]
    Sam Pizzigati

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