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  • Dan Kovalik Speaks About his Latest Work, Cancel This Book: The Progressive Case Against Cancel Culture July 21, 2021
    This week’s program presents edited audio of a July 13, 2021 Zoom conversation in which Mickey hosted a KPFA event with author Dan Kovalik. Kovalik spoke about his latest work,… The post Dan Kovalik Speaks About his Latest Work, Cancel This Book: The Progressive Case Against Cancel Culture appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Emil Marmol, Jennifer Lyons, and Nolan Higdon July 12, 2021
    How did the dominant corporate media cover Joe Biden’s first 100 days as President? And how has media coverage of Biden differed from that given to Donald Trump? Mickey is… The post Emil Marmol, Jennifer Lyons, and Nolan Higdon appeared first on Project Censored.
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    Mickey’s first guest, independent journalist Abby Martin of The Empire Files, provides background to the Israeli bombardments of Gaza, and explains how big U.S. media strenuously avoid presenting the truth… The post Abby Martin, Michelle Rodino-Colocino, and Brian Dolber appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Can Democracy Exist in the Digital Era Part II May 17, 2021
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  • The Cold War Truth Commission Part 2 May 3, 2021
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  • Journalists Investigating Financial Crimes Threatened by Global Elites April 23, 2021
    The Foreign Policy Centre’s “Unsafe for Scrutiny” report details the threats facing journalists investigating the financial misconduct that lets ‘dirty money’ flow through the world’s most powerful banks. Spencer Woodman’s… The post Journalists Investigating Financial Crimes Threatened by Global Elites appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Chicago adopts plan for increased community control of the police July 23, 2021
    CHICAGO — Chicago’s City Council approved a community oversight system this week giving representatives chosen by the community a solid measure of control over Chicago police following years of protests and mobilizations over law enforcement misconduct. The 36-13 vote capped more than two years of struggle by a broad coalition of groups including unions, community […]
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  • Climate change report: Jeff Bezos & the new wild west show July 23, 2021
    Jeff Bezos (the richest man in the world) successfully took his new wild west rodeo show to the edge of space and once returning to Mother Earth had the audacity to lecture us earthlings on a few things. Yahoo News reported Bezos saying: “We need to take all heavy industry, all polluting industry, and move […]
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  • Inside Frito Lay’s Topeka plant: Long hours, bad conditions July 23, 2021
    TOPEKA, Kansas—Brent Hall has been working for Frito Lay at their Topeka, Kansas, factory for the past 16 years, even becoming president of the Local 218 of the Bakery Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers (BCTGM) there at one time. “One night/day/shift of routine maintenance and sanitization a fellow worker had walked underneath the walkway […]
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  • ‘Summer of Soul,’ a look back at the pulsating 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival July 23, 2021
    Soul, gospel, blues, jazz, R & B, funk, and rock. The music scene of the late sixties and early seventies was a zenith for these styles, and African Americans were a vital part of it all. The sheer volume of talent at the time was overwhelming. Wattstax, the 1973 film of the August 20, 1972, […]
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  • The Scorecard: Introducing the Cleveland Guardians baseball team July 23, 2021
    The day many Native American and Indigenous baseball fans have been waiting for—fighting for—finally arrived. Cleveland’s Major League Baseball team, known as the “Indians” since 1915, will now be called the Guardians. The ballclub made the long-awaited announcement Friday morning on Twitter with a video narrated by actor Tom Hanks. Thus, ending months, if not, years’ worth […]
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  • Worker tells senators why the PRO Act is a must July 23, 2021
    McCOMB, Ohio—For 20 of the 33 years she’s worked at Hearthside Foods, an industrial bakery in McComb, Ohio, that turns out cookies, crackers, and candy bars for big firms such as Nabisco and Kellogg’s, Gracie Heldman has campaigned for a union—specifically the Bakery, Confectionery and Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers—there. Three times in 20 years, […]
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  • Germany: Greens worried about drop in popularity due to scandals July 23, 2021
    BERLIN—“Jack and Jill climbed up a hill to fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling after.” It wasn’t exactly like the nursery rhyme, but somehow there were similarities. Only this hill is the job as German chancellor after the September elections — with Angela Merkel going […]
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  • Akel calls on international community to condemn ‘Turkish aggression’ and two-state solution for Cyprus July 22, 2021
    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan dealt a bitter blow to the cause for a united Cyprus when he called for a two-state solution to the crisis during a recent visit to the island, communists warned today. Cyprus’s Progressive Party of Working People (Akel) said “the definitive partition of our country has never been more visible” […]
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  • Links between domestic civil rights and anti-colonial struggles explored in new book July 22, 2021
    The links between the struggle for domestic Black civil rights and decolonization were multifaceted and reciprocal, and they fostered an “activist and intellectual network that connected the African American quest for freedom to the empire question.” In John Munro’s excellent book, The Anticolonial Front: The African American Freedom Struggle and Global Decolonization, 1945-1960, these links […]
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  • Executive order on private prisons a step forward but not enough July 22, 2021
    Shane Bauer, writing for Mother Jones, gives us a glimpse into the grotesque conditions at the Winnfield private prison in Ohio: “At 6:30 in the morning, the air is so saturated with pepper spray that tears stream down my face. The key officer is doing paperwork in a gas mask. A man screams and flails […]
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