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    In light of the recent death of conservative icon and talk-show host Rush Limbaugh, media scholar John K. Wilson rejoins the Project Censored Show to examine how Limbaugh changed US… The post John K. Wilson and Abby Martin appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • The “Deplatforming” of the Critical Media Literacy Conference of the Americas February 10, 2021
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  • Capitol Coup d’Trump January 26, 2021
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  • Monopoly Chokes Oxygen Supply to African Hospitals Amid Covid-19 Pandemic January 26, 2021
    As Covid-19 spreads across Africa, corporate-manufactured oxygen shortages in the continent’s hospitals are leading to preventable deaths. Madlen Davies of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism reports that ex-employees, industry insiders,… The post Monopoly Chokes Oxygen Supply to African Hospitals Amid Covid-19 Pandemic appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Philippines’ National Biometric ID System Raises Concerns over Privacy January 26, 2021
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  • Tribal Colleges and Universities Face Inadequate Funding January 26, 2021
    The United States is failing to fund Tribal Colleges and Universities across the country. As Cheryl Crazy Bull and Sara Goldrick-Rab reported for The Hechinger Report in September 2020, Tribal… The post Tribal Colleges and Universities Face Inadequate Funding appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Undocumented Workers Go Unprotected During California Wildfires January 26, 2021
    The rise in severity and frequency of wildfires ravaging California has magnified the failure of employers and state agencies to protect workers’ health in fire zones. Alleen Brown’s September 2020… The post Undocumented Workers Go Unprotected During California Wildfires appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Civil Commitment: The New Double Jeopardy January 26, 2021
    After completion of a prison sentence, individuals considered a danger to society can continue to be held indefinitely under what is called “civil commitment.” Civil commitment, which has been instituted… The post Civil Commitment: The New Double Jeopardy appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Lawrence Ferlinghetti, a Veteran For Peace March 1, 2021
    Many have been the obituaries and tributes to radical poet and civil libertarian Lawrence Ferlinghetti, including this one from City Lights Booksellers and Publishers. Ferlinghetti died on February 22 at 101 in his home in North Beach, the literary heart of San Francisco. Many readers may be unfamiliar with another facet of the writer’s life. […]
    Nadya Williams
  • SEIU Graduate Workers Union in stalled talks at Illinois State University March 1, 2021
    NORMAL, Ill.—In October 2018, Illinois State University’s more than 400 graduate workers voted to officially unionize and be represented as SEIU Local 73. The long months of meetings, difficult one-on-one conversations, procedural documents, and learning the process of organizing a workplace paid off for the graduate workers involved. All unionizing efforts are difficult, and the […]
    Zach Carlson
  • Military coup leaders, Aung San Suu Kyi both betrayed democracy in Burma March 1, 2021
    What is taking place in Burma right now is a military coup. There can be no other description for such an unwarranted action as the dismissal of the government by military decree and the imposition of Min Aung Hlaing, the Commander-in-Chief of the Army, as an unelected ruler. However, despite the endless talk about democratization, […]
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  • ‘Nomadland’: Moving on with America’s homeless van dwellers March 1, 2021
    Fern stands forlorn, surveying the desert before her. She is a small figure looking out over the beautiful, austere, infinite landscape. The desert is her own world writ large. She navigates that world in “Vanguard,” her turtle shell van remodeled to carry her few possessions on her back. She drifts toward temporary jobs as low-skill […]
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  • ‘Hollywood’s Architect: The Paul R. Williams Story’ at PAFF March 1, 2021
    Co-directors Royal Kennedy Rodgers and Kathy McCampbell Vance’s Hollywood’s Architect: The Paul R. Williams Story is a nonfiction biopic about the African-American talent who rose to become the so-called “Architect of the Stars” when Jim Crow was still the scourge of the land. Born 1894 in L.A., Paul Revere Williams’s real-life story of overcoming adversity […]
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  • ‘We’re not going back’: N.Y. Black History event featuring Gerald Horne, Feb. 28 February 26, 2021
    NEW YORK—In celebration of African-American culture and struggle, People’s World will be supporting an online event broadcast from New York by the We’re Not Going Back Host Committee this Sunday, Feb. 28th at 6:30pm. This years’ installment of the annual event will feature historian Gerald Horne as its keynote speaker. Dr. Horne, a prolific author […]
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  • Álvaro Cunhal’s prison novel ‘The Six-Pointed Star’—A chat with the translator February 26, 2021
    Editor’s note: Eric Gordon is translating several fictional works written by Portuguese Communist Party leader Álvaro Cunhal under the pseudonym Manuel Tiago. The Six-Pointed Star is the second in what is hoped to be a series of works put out in English for the first time by International Publishers. Below is an interview between People’s […]
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  • Alphaeus Hunton: A life devoted to equality, liberation, and internationalism February 26, 2021
    In a November 1950 article in Paul Robeson’s newspaper Freedom, the scholar-activist Alphaeus Hunton noted that “the most reactionary minority of the American people,” the U.S. ruling class, “has advanced from its role of silent partner of the Western European imperialist powers.” No longer “content with arming and financing their wars against the colonial revolutionaries,” […]
    Tony Pecinovsky
  • George Floyd justice coalition puts officials on notice before Chauvin trial February 26, 2021
    MINNEAPOLIS—At a press conference held in Minneapolis on Feb. 25, a coalition of groups demanding justice for George Floyd reminded city and state officials that they will fill the streets March 8 on the opening day of the murder trial of former officer Derek Chauvin. They put the city on notice that no matter how […]
    Wayne Nealis
  • Mismatch: Biden bombs Syria while pushing progressive economic bill at home February 26, 2021
    An old dichotomy that’s haunted many Democratic administrations—pushing ostensibly progressive economic and social policies at home in the U.S. while pursuing imperialist aims abroad—has returned. In airstrikes characterized as “retaliatory action,” the U.S. military on Feb. 25 bombed buildings in Syria near the Iraq border that were reportedly being used by Islamist militia groups for […]
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