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  • Free Julian Assange: Say No to Shooting the Messenger and Extradition, Say Yes to Supporting Whistleblowers and Press Freedom October 27, 2021
    The following article is based on a prepared statement from Project Censored director Mickey Huff in support of freeing WikiLeaks whistleblower Julian Assange from prison in the UK. This week,… The post Free Julian Assange: Say No to Shooting the Messenger and Extradition, Say Yes to Supporting Whistleblowers and Press Freedom appeared first on Project […]
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  • Jeff Mackler and Kevin Gosztola Discuss Julian Assange October 25, 2021
    With British courts nearing a possible decision on whether to extradite Julian Assange to the U.S., Jeff Mackler speaks to Mickey about the campaign to free Assange (founder of Wikileaks).… The post Jeff Mackler and Kevin Gosztola Discuss Julian Assange appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • The Project Censored Newsletter—October 2021 October 20, 2021
     Critical Media Literacy Conference of the Americas a Significant Success The second edition of this annual event took place via Zoom on October 15-17, 2021 and brought together scholars, activists,… The post The Project Censored Newsletter—October 2021 appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Occupy Wall Street With Author Michael Levitin October 18, 2021
    September 17, 2021 was the tenth anniversary of the start of Occupy Wall Street. Journalist and author Michael Levitin was there at its beginning, and, among other roles, co-founded and… The post Occupy Wall Street With Author Michael Levitin appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Anti-Social Media: Can Our Already Volatile Political Culture Transcend a Facebook World? October 12, 2021
    In the aftermath of Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen’s testimony to Congress, Mickey and his guests look at the ongoing issues of social media’s social responsibility, or lack thereof. Given many… The post Anti-Social Media: Can Our Already Volatile Political Culture Transcend a Facebook World? appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Part 2 – Never Forget: 9/11 and the 20 Year War on Terror – Excerpts From the Online Event October 8, 2021
    This is Part 2 On the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Code Pink, Massachusetts Peace Action and several other co-sponsoring organizations, including Project Censored, held an online seminar… The post Part 2 – Never Forget: 9/11 and the 20 Year War on Terror – Excerpts From the Online Event appeared first on Project […]
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  • Banned Books Week and Author/journalist Michael Levitin On the Impact of The Occupy Wall Street Movement September 27, 2021
    This week is Banned Books Week, an annual affirmation of Americans’ right to read, founded by librarians and concerned booksellers in 1982 to combat efforts to ban books in US… The post Banned Books Week and Author/journalist Michael Levitin On the Impact of The Occupy Wall Street Movement appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • The Project Censored Newsletter – September 2021 September 22, 2021
    Banned Books Week, September 26 – October 2 Join Project Censored and the Banned Books Week Coalition in celebrating the right to read. This year’s theme is “Books Unite Us,… The post The Project Censored Newsletter – September 2021 appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Never Forget: 9/11 and the 20 Year War on Terror – Excerpts From the Online Event September 20, 2021
    On the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Code Pink, Massachusetts Peace Action and several other co-sponsoring organizations, including Project Censored, held an online seminar on the worldwide toll… The post Never Forget: 9/11 and the 20 Year War on Terror – Excerpts From the Online Event appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Ray McGinnis and Ken Jenkins September 14, 2021
    As the nation marks 20 years since the September 11 attacks, Mickey interviews Ray McGinnis, the author of a new book that looks at numerous questions that remain unanswered by… The post Ray McGinnis and Ken Jenkins appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Los trabajadores de Amazon están listos para unirse a la unión October 26, 2021
    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y .— “¡Los multimillonarios tienen que irse!” gritó la multitud afuera del Centro de Logística de Amazon aquí en una manifestación el lunes 25 de octubre. Los vítores se produjeron después del anuncio de Amazon Labor Union (ALU), el grupo de trabajadores que intenta organizar la instalación ubicada en la esquina noroeste de […]
    Maicol David Lynch
  • Greenhouse gases reach record high, increasing stakes for COP26 climate summit October 26, 2021
    Levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere reached a new record high last year, United Nations scientists have warned in the run-up to the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow next week. Concentrations of carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere rose at a faster rate in 2020 than over the previous decade […]
    Niall Christie
  • In new play, St. Clare of Assisi emerges from the Occupy movement October 26, 2021
    LOS ANGELES — The Echo Theater Company’s world premiere production of Chiara Atik’s Poor Clare has just opened, delayed 19 months after the originally scheduled March 2020 premiere. We didn’t know what we were missing, but it was well worth the wait! How a 20th-century Dorothy Day-like Catholic Worker movement set in 13th-century Italy at […]
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  • Amazon workers on Staten Island are ready to go union October 26, 2021
    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.—”Billionaires have gotta go!” chanted the crowd outside the Amazon Fulfillment Center here at a rally Monday, Oct. 25. The cheers came following the announcement by Amazon Labor Union (ALU)—the workers’ group attempting to organize the facility located in the northwest corner of the island—that it had collected well over 2,000 union cards […]
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  • Major court victory against desecration of Bethesda’s Moses African Cemetery October 26, 2021
    BETHESDA, Md.—A major victory has been won by the progressive community here and the organizers of the Bethesda African Cemetery Coalition (BACC) who have been fighting for years to stop the desecration of the Moses African Cemetery. On Monday, Oct. 25, 2021, a Maryland judge ordered a halt on the sale of the historic gravesite […]
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  • Poor People’s Campaign threatens Manchin, Sinema with working-class voters’ power October 26, 2021
    CHARLESTON, W. VA.—With key votes looming before Halloween on Democratic President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better legislative package, the Poor People’s Campaign—brandishing data showing the poor’s electoral impact around the U.S.—stepped up pressure on the two recalcitrant Senate Democrats blocking BBB’s way, Krysten Sinema of Arizona and Joe Manchin of West Virginia. Their latest events […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • Pandora Papers show the system is rigged…worldwide October 25, 2021
    For years, Sens. Bernie Sanders, Ind-Vt., and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., have proclaimed “the system is rigged” by the 1% in the U.S., against you and me. It turns out they’ve understated the case. The extensive disclosures and data produced in the Pandora Papers, the latest exposure by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), on […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • Five lessons coronavirus taught us for tackling the climate crisis October 25, 2021
    1. Listen to scientists. Since the 2002 outbreak of SARS, a coronavirus, scientists have repeatedly warned us of a new pandemic. In 2016, the World Health Organization placed coronaviruses in the top eight viral threats, requiring more research. There was no research because Big Pharma had no profit forecasts at that time. As a result, in 2020 we were totally unprepared […]
    Marc Vandepitte
  • Military coup in Sudan, Communists warn of ‘onslaught’ against democratic forces October 25, 2021
    Sudanese Communist Party (SCP) officials issued an urgent appeal for international solidarity today after the military seized power in a coup, making sweeping arrests. A state of emergency was declared as General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan dissolved Sudan’s transitional government. Tanks surrounded the home of interim Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, who was placed under house arrest, […]
    Steve Sweeney
  • Lessons from the time 250,000 workers shut down Canada’s largest city October 25, 2021
    October 25th marks a quarter-century since 250,000 Canadian workers walked off the job to protest the anti-labor policies of a Conservative government and totally shut down the city of Toronto—hub of the Canadian economy. The campaign was known as the “Metro Days of Action.” Dave McKee, the editor of People’s Voice newspaper, was a participant […]
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