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  • Episode 23: Alt-Right; Joe Rogan; Alex Jones; Tim Poole; Twitter; Rashida Tlaib; Lynching; Brian Kemp; The Term “Latinx;” Michael Cohen; and Identity Politics – Listener Questions Episode April 11, 2019
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  • California Court Ruling Provides “Blueprint” to Reform Overpolicing in Schools April 5, 2019
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  • Underwater Mudslides Heighten Risks of Oil Catastrophes April 5, 2019
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  • Developing Countries’ Medical Needs Unfulfilled by Big Pharma April 5, 2019
    The world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies have “failed to produce two-thirds of the most urgently needed treatments in developing countries,” the Guardian reported in November 2018. The Guardian’s coverage was based… The post Developing Countries’ Medical Needs Unfulfilled by Big Pharma appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Overturning Roe v. Wade: Ohio “heartbeat” bill brings right-wing goal closer April 17, 2019
    Last week, the Ohio General Assembly passed Senate Bill 23—the six-week abortion ban that Republican legislators are calling the “heartbeat” bill. Ohio is one of 16 states to pursue such a bill, part of a growing trend to limit women’s access to reproductive health options. According to the Guttmacher Institute, a reproductive rights research and […]
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  • Review: ‘Thriller’: A horror film that centers inner-city youth for a change April 17, 2019
    In a surprise release, Blumhouse Productions debuted its latest film Thriller on the streaming giant Netflix on April 14. Although there is no shortage of slasher flicks, the subgenre of horror movies that involve a violent psychopath stalking and murdering a group of people, Thriller serves as a fresher take on this type of film. […]
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  • After exposing tennis crooks, whistleblower spurned by fellow players April 17, 2019
    ORDINO, Andorra (AP)—As a brave whistleblower, Marco Trungelliti should be feeling good about himself. The Argentine player exposed match-fixing crooks in tennis, helped the fight against the criminal gambling syndicates that are corroding his sport from within, and testified about dishonest fellow professionals who, in part thanks to his evidence, are now banned. But instead, […]
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  • VIDEO—UIC campus may be headed for faculty strike; here’s why April 17, 2019
    At Chicago’s largest public university, the University of Illinois at Chicago, a faculty strike may be coming. The same school was rocked by a graduate student workers’ strike recently. UIC United Faculty (Local 6456 of the Illinois Federation of Teachers) is the union representing all full-time professors, instructors, and lecturers at the campus. Its members have […]
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  • For Ocasio-Cortez, creating democracy is the road to socialism April 17, 2019
    As Don Draper of AMC’s hit series Mad Men likes to say, “If you don’t like what’s being said, change the conversation.” We might as well crown Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the Don Draper of the beltway—because there’s no mistaking that she has fundamentally re-shaped political conversation in Washington, D.C., offering a cure to bicameral boredom […]
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  • Diego Garcia: U.S. military’s “unsinkable carrier” springs a leak April 17, 2019
    The recent decision by the Hague-based International Court of Justice that the Chagos Islands—with its huge U.S. military base at Diego Garcia—are being illegally occupied by the United Kingdom (UK) has the potential to upend the strategic plans of a dozen regional capitals, ranging from Beijing to Riyadh. For a tiny speck of land measuring […]
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  • Marching on May Day: Los Angeles coalition plans major demo April 17, 2019
    LOS ANGELES—The labor movement of Los Angeles, regarded by many as the most progressive in the country, will once again coalesce for a massive demonstration of people’s power on Wednesday, May 1, on the streets of the city. May 1 is International Workers’ Day in virtually every land. The theme of the march and rally […]
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  • Nurses roll out Congressional blitz to win Medicare For All April 17, 2019
    WASHINGTON—National Nurses United, the first union to promote Medicare For All and the leader in labor’s drive for it, is getting specific in which lawmakers it will lobby—from the outside—to make sure the plan gets hearings and votes it deserves and isn’t sidetracked. In a mass conference call the week of April 8, NNU leaders […]
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  • New series: 100 Years of the Communist Party USA April 16, 2019
    “The world is on the verge of a new era. Europe is in revolt. The masses of Asia are stirring uneasily. Capitalism is in collapse. The workers of the world are seeing a new life and securing new courage. Out of the night of war is coming a new day… The class war rages fiercely […]
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  • Bill tightening rules for police use of deadly force advances in California April 16, 2019
    The hearing room was packed at the state capitol in Sacramento April 9 as the California Assembly Public Safety Committee heard nearly three hours of testimony for and against a bill that would greatly tighten the circumstances under which police could justify the use of deadly force. Following the testimony, the committee voted 6-2 to […]
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