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  • Hollywood’s Pentagon Propaganda and News Abuse with Robin Andersen; and a New Book on Decolonizing Podcasters with Nicholas Baham III and Nolan Higdon January 17, 2022
    Last year, Chinese producers released The Battle at Lake Changjin, a big-budget war movie celebrating a 1950 Chinese victory against US forces in the Korean War. The New York Times… The post Hollywood’s Pentagon Propaganda and News Abuse with Robin Andersen; and a New Book on Decolonizing Podcasters with Nicholas Baham III and Nolan Higdon […]
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  • American Exception: Empire and the Deep State with Aaron Good and David Talbot January 11, 2022
    Mickey presents a discussion between political scientist Aaron Good and author David Talbot on the subject of the assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy. This conversation is excerpted from a… The post American Exception: Empire and the Deep State with Aaron Good and David Talbot appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Earth on the Edge January 4, 2022
    How can the arts play a role in addressing the global climate crisis? A December 2021 exhibit at the Ceres Gallery in Manhattan, Earth on the Edge, curated by M.… The post Earth on the Edge appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • A Julian Assange Update Featuring Kevin Gosztola December 21, 2021
    Independent journalist Kevin Gosztola of Shadowproof.com returns to the program to deliver another update about the Julian Assange extradition case in the UK, and its disturbing implications for press freedom. Then we hear a… The post A Julian Assange Update Featuring Kevin Gosztola appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Andy Lee Roth and Steve Macek Discuss the Under-Reported Stories of the Year December 14, 2021
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    State of the Free Press 2022 Published–and Well Publicized! The new Project Censored yearbook is finally available. Paper shortages, another consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic, delayed the book’s printing. But… The post The Project Censored Newsletter—December 2021 appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Chris Hedges December 7, 2021
    Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and author Chris Hedges also teaches college-level courses through Rutgers University for the New Jersey state prison system. His latest book, “Our Class,” explains what happened when… The post Chris Hedges appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • College Degrees Less Beneficial for First-Generation Grads December 3, 2021
    First-generation college graduates have more trouble finding jobs and earn substantially less than their classmates whose parents also finished college, according to a September 24, 2021 article for the Hechinger… The post College Degrees Less Beneficial for First-Generation Grads appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • COVID-19 Concerns Overshadow Pre-Existing Inequalities in Education December 3, 2021
    In March 2021, Kate Way reported in Truthout that the urgency to reopen schools ignores fundamental educational inequalities across the United States that existed before the onset of the COVID-19… The post COVID-19 Concerns Overshadow Pre-Existing Inequalities in Education appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Ohio State Board of Education Fails to Condemn “White Supremacy Culture” December 3, 2021
    On October 11, 2021, the Intercept reported on an Ohio State Board of Education member who has refused to condemn white supremacy. Board member Diana Fessler criticized Resolution 20—an anti-racism… The post Ohio State Board of Education Fails to Condemn “White Supremacy Culture” appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • M.L. King sabía que la lucha por la democracia era tanto nacional como local January 14, 2022
    Ganar grandes batallas como la aprobación de una legislación nacional radical como la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1965 y las Leyes de Derechos Electorales que siguieron fueron, sin lugar a dudas, hitos en la lucha por la democracia. El reverendo Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lo sabía y lo demostró con sus acciones. Sin […]
    John Wojcik
  • Tucson nurses say ‘enough’ to employer greed, demand safe staffing January 14, 2022
    TUCSON—Some 100 Registered Nurses and community supporters showed up for a press conference here Thursday morning, Jan. 13, to demand a safe environment for themselves and their patients. The action was sponsored by National Nurses United (NNU), the largest RN union in the country, with over 175,000 members. RNs held simultaneous press conferences, pickets, and […]
    Joe Bernick
  • Who killed JFK? Stone’s latest assassination documentary reveals more hidden secrets January 14, 2022
    I’ll tell you off the bat: I liked Oliver Stone’s new documentary, JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass. President John F. Kennedy’s 1963 assassination was a seminal tragic event shaping modern U.S. history and my own personal outlook, along with the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy, Sept. 11th, and most […]
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  • Indictment of Oath Keeper Rhodes on seditious conspiracy leads to Trump as “orchestrator” January 14, 2022
    WASHINGTON—The indictment and arrest for “seditious conspiracy” of Stewart Rhodes, leader of the Oath Keepers, one of three white nationalist groups which led the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection and invasion of the U.S. Capitol, points to Donald Trump as the real orchestrator. So says Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., a constitutional law professor and lead manager […]
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  • AFSCME wins twice in Chicago, unionizing Art Institute and its school January 14, 2022
    CHICAGO—By overwhelming majorities, AFSCME went 2-for-2 in union recognition votes on Chicago’s Michigan Avenue: First the staff of the world-renowned Art institute and then faculty and staff at the museum’s art school unionized with District Council 31. The results were announced on consecutive days, January 11-12. The 142-44 vote at the institute itself and the […]
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  • Total people’s mobilization needed to save democracy and win in November 2022 January 14, 2022
    As we begin the New Year, working-class militancy remains high, with strikes and organizing drives continuing across the country. Workers have scored some 24 workplace victories in recent weeks, according to the AFL-CIO. In the last several days, strikes have been initiated by thousands of Kroger workers in Colorado and the largest railroad workers union in the […]
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  • High Court corporate hacks toss worker safeguards against coronavirus January 14, 2022
    WASHINGTON—More than 83 million workers face increased danger now of becoming infected with the coronavirus because of the latest outrageous ruling of the United States Supreme Court. By a 6-3 vote on ideological lines—Republican-named justices for, Democratic-named justices against—the U.S. Supreme Court sided with right-wing and corporate interests and tossed out protections for 84 million […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • Voting rights fight, 2022 elections, take center stage at AFL-CIO’s MLK Conference January 14, 2022
    WASHINGTON—Talk about having a lot on your plate: The AFL-CIO’s annual Martin Luther King conference will have big-ticket issues to discuss, namely criminal justice reform, an economy that works for all workers—including Blacks—and most of all, voting rights. That issue looms over this year’s session, scheduled for January 16-17 via Zoom due to the coronavirus […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • King knew the fight for democracy was both national and local January 14, 2022
    Winning big battles like the passage of sweeping national legislation such as the Civil Rights Act of 1965 and the Voting Rights Acts that followed were, undeniably, milestones in the fight for democracy. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. knew that and proved so by his actions. Winning unglamorous tiny battles on the local […]
    John Wojcik
  • Labor law-breaking forces 8,400 Colorado grocery workers to walk January 13, 2022
    DENVER —Labor law-breaking by the King Soopers chain and at City Market, both Kroger subsidiaries, forced 8,400 grocery workers in Colorado into an unfair labor practices—company labor law-breaking—strike, starting at 5 a.m. on January 12. The workers, members of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 are also at loggerheads with the bosses over pay […]
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