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    How do we at Project Censored identify and evaluate independent news stories, and how do we know that the Top 25 stories that we bring forward each year are not… The post A Note on Research and Evaluation of Censored News Stories appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • #25. Studies Document Links between Education, Incarceration, and Recidivism December 1, 2020
    Two research studies document links between education, incarceration, and recidivism, as covered in articles published by ColorLines, Usable Knowledge, and Citizen Truth. In September 2019, ColorLines reported that attending a… The post #25. Studies Document Links between Education, Incarceration, and Recidivism appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • #24. Silenced in Savannah: Journalist Abby Martin Challenges Georgia’s BDS “Gag Law” December 1, 2020
    Journalist and filmmaker Abby Martin, a supporter of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement that aims to end support for Israel’s oppression of Palestinians, was scheduled to give a… The post #24. Silenced in Savannah: Journalist Abby Martin Challenges Georgia’s BDS “Gag Law” appeared first on Project Censored.
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    The United States’s global gag rule continues to put at risk the sexual health of women in developing countries that rely on US aid. This federal rule—formally known as the… The post #23. “Global Gag Rule” Continues to Compromise Women’s Health around World appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • #22. An Emergency Wealth Tax to Confront Coronavirus Pandemic December 1, 2020
    From March 18 to May 14, 2020, more than 36 million US workers lost their jobs, while the wealth of US billionaires increased by more than $368 billion, an increase… The post #22. An Emergency Wealth Tax to Confront Coronavirus Pandemic appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • #21. The Scourge of Human Trafficking in Yemen December 1, 2020
    Owing to the war launched in 2015 by a US-backed coalition of Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia, Yemen now suffers from “a complete absence” of law and order, which has… The post #21. The Scourge of Human Trafficking in Yemen appeared first on Project Censored.
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    Calling for policy solutions to dismantle the US system of criminal punishment and the inequalities and white supremacy that this system promotes and perpetuates, Alec Karakatsanis, the executive director of… The post #20. A Comprehensive Framework for Transforming the Criminal-Legal System appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • #19. Antibiotic Abuse: Pharmaceutical Profiteering Accelerates Superbugs December 1, 2020
    Pharmaceutical giants Abbott and Sun Pharma are providing dangerous amounts of antibiotics to unlicensed doctors in India and incentivizing them to overprescribe. In August 2019 the Bureau of Investigative Journalism… The post #19. Antibiotic Abuse: Pharmaceutical Profiteering Accelerates Superbugs appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • #18. Trump Labor Board Assaults Workers’ Rights December 1, 2020
    On December 13, 2019, the Trump administration’s National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)—the federal agency charged with enforcing labor law and overseeing union certification elections—escalated its assault against workers’ rights by… The post #18. Trump Labor Board Assaults Workers’ Rights appeared first on Project Censored.
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    US hospitals are currently desperate for blood donors: more than 4000 blood drives were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a March 2020 letter co-signed by the AABB, America’s… The post #17. International Plasma Market Profits from US and Mexico’s Poorest appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Unity needed to win post-election fights against GOP obstruction December 4, 2020
    As a nation, we’ve arrived at what some call an “inflection” point. We face immense, overlapping, and intersecting economic, social, and inequality crises, as well as a climate emergency. The COVID-19 pandemic intensifies all of them. To address them and the ongoing threat to democracy, the broad and diverse coalition of forces and voting blocs […]
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  • Patients support their striking SEIU nursing care workers December 4, 2020
    The following article is reprinted from the SEIU website. CHICAGO – Doris Moore became a resident at Ambassador Nursing Home & Rehab Center almost two years ago after a suffering stroke. Workers at Ambassador are among the nearly 700 workers at 11 nursing homes owned by Infinity Health Care that made the difficult decision to […]
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  • ATU’s Costa: Transit workers, unions mobilizing for more federal dollars December 4, 2020
    WASHINGTON —The nation’s mass transit workers, their unions and transit operators are mobilizing to push for more federal dollars as lawmakers race towards passing some sort of economic aid bill to deal with coronavirus-closure-caused layoffs, firings and economic pain, says Amalgamated Transit Union President John Costa. The problem is especially acute for Costa’s 200,000 members—bus […]
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  • California legislators to reintroduce measures regulating law enforcement December 4, 2020
    As the California state Senate and Assembly prepare to launch their 2021 legislative session on Dec. 7, state Senator Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, announced on Monday she will reintroduce a measure she introduced early in 2020, to open public access to records of law enforcement officers who have engaged in biased or discriminatory behavior, conducted unlawful […]
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  • Amending the 13th Amendment: Lawmakers aim to end legalized prison slavery December 4, 2020
    NEW YORK (AP)—National lawmakers introduced a joint resolution Wednesday aimed at striking language from the U.S. Constitution that enshrines a form of slavery in America’s foundational documents. The resolution, spearheaded and supported by Democratic members of the House and Senate, would amend the 13th Amendment’s ban on chattel enslavement to expressly prohibit involuntary servitude as […]
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  • Trump solidifies anti-labor rules that will continue post-inauguration December 4, 2020
    WASHINGTON—The anti-worker so-called National Right to Work Legal Defense Fund—the lawsuit arm of the vicious and venal “right to work” crowd—has seized upon a Unite Here organizing drive at a Boston hotel to try to outlaw company neutrality during any union campaign. In two cases filed on Dec. 6, the defense fund asked the board, […]
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  • U.S. military bases importing COVID-19 into Japan, details kept secret December 4, 2020
    OKINAWA, Japan—The Okinawa prefectural government on Nov. 30 announced that 72 coronavirus infection cases were newly confirmed among the U.S. forces stationed in the there. This is the largest number of cases in a single day, making the total number of cases among the U.S. military in Japan increase to 564. The 72 U.S. military […]
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  • REVIEW: ‘Ballad of an American’—Civil rights giant Paul Robeson’s illustrated bio December 4, 2020
    This has been a tumultuous year. Millions marched in the streets against police brutality and violence after the killing of George Floyd. They were tear-gassed, shot with rubber bullets and percussion grenades, and run over, among any number of other civil liberties abuses. Their demand was “Black Lives Matter!” Their persistence has scored some gains. […]
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  • Pandemic responses: Coronavirus deaths climb as Trump stays silent on aid December 3, 2020
    WASHINGTON—In yet more evidence the nation’s ruling Republicans are fiddling while Rome burns, so to speak, the U.S. on Dec. 2 hit its highest number of daily deaths from the coronavirus yet—2,804. The number of people hospitalized with coronavirus also shattered a record, soaring past 100,000 for the first time. The modern-day plague’s economic depression […]
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  • New York tenants battle privatization of public housing December 3, 2020
    Housing rights groups, including supporters from the Movement School, the Young Communist League and the Communist Party of New York, stood with the tenants of the New York City Housing Authority’s Fulton Houses in Chelsea as they recently recommenced protesting the de facto privatization of their homes and the nearby Chelsea-Elliott Houses. Under cover of […]
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