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  • STFU about ChatGPT: February 4, 2023
    By Nolan Higdon and Allison Butler ChatGPT has sent shockwaves through higher education, creating a moral panic about the threat that artificial intelligence (AI) poses to the classroom. As critical… The post STFU about ChatGPT: appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Germany’s Dirty Push for More Coal Mining and the Recent Murder of Forest Defender Manuel “Tortuguita” Teran February 1, 2023
    This week, Eleanor Goldfield addresses two radical frontline fights thousands of miles apart but deeply connected through their visions and struggles for a livable and just future. Eleanor sits down… The post Germany’s Dirty Push for More Coal Mining and the Recent Murder of Forest Defender Manuel “Tortuguita” Teran appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Silicon Valley’s Censorship by Proxy, State Propaganda, and the Military-Entertainment Complex January 31, 2023
    On this week’s program, Mickey welcomes back author and media critic Alan MacLeod for the hour. MacLeod describes the close ties between the major Silicon Valley technology companies and the… The post Silicon Valley’s Censorship by Proxy, State Propaganda, and the Military-Entertainment Complex appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • The Professional Managerial Class Strikes Back! January 28, 2023
    By Nolan Higdon The increasing shift to remote work in higher education has threatened the power and influence of the professional managerial class (PMC). In response, the PMC are throwing… The post The Professional Managerial Class Strikes Back! appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • “Forever Chemicals” in Rainwater a Global Threat to Human Health January 24, 2023
    Environmental scientists have found hazardous levels of manufactured chemicals in rainwater, leading to the dramatic conclusion that rainwater is “no longer safe to drink anywhere on Earth,” according to an… The post “Forever Chemicals” in Rainwater a Global Threat to Human Health appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Deadly Decade for Environmental Activists January 24, 2023
    Independent reporting in Fall 2022 revealed that, between 2012 and 2021, at least 1733 environmental activists were killed—amounting, on average, to nearly one killing every two days. This figure, from… The post Deadly Decade for Environmental Activists appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • January 2023 January 20, 2023
    Monthly Supporters Empowered Project Censored in 2022 Project Censored accomplished a lot in 2022. We published two new books, The Media and Me and State of the Free Press 2023, produced 47 original… The post January 2023 appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Dr. King’s Real Legacy and the Biden Administration’s “Updates” to Immigration Policy January 20, 2023
    It was recently Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and some may have noticed the US empire and its racist, capitalist, and imperialist cheerleaders were also cheerleading for Dr. King. If… The post Dr. King’s Real Legacy and the Biden Administration’s “Updates” to Immigration Policy appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • US Law Enforcement Kill More People in 2022 Than Any Previous Year on Record January 20, 2023
    According to reporting in various independent news outlets during the first week of January 2023, American law enforcement personnel—primarily police and sheriff deputies—killed more people in 2022 than any proceeding… The post US Law Enforcement Kill More People in 2022 Than Any Previous Year on Record appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Unions Won More Than 70 Percent of Elections in 2022 January 20, 2023
    According to reporting by NPR in December 2022 and The Conversation in January 2023, unions won more than 70 percent of representation certification elections in 2022. In fiscal year 2022,… The post Unions Won More Than 70 Percent of Elections in 2022 appeared first on Project Censored.
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  • Oil refineries are polluting U.S. waterways – and too often, legally February 3, 2023
    Oil refineries are a well-documented source of air pollution, but less attention is paid to the ways they also pollute the water. Transforming crude oil into petroleum produces millions of gallons of wastewater each day, filled with toxic chemicals and heavy metals, that pours out of the plants and flows into rivers and streams affecting […]
    Blanca Begert
  • Myanmar military rulers extend state of emergency for another six months February 3, 2023
    Myanmar’s state of emergency, imposed by the military when it seized power two years ago, has been extended for another six months. State-run MRTV television reported on Wednesday that the National Defense and Security Council (NDSC) had met the day before and taken the decision because the country remains in an abnormal situation and needs […]
    Roger McKenzie
  • Bernie Sanders to reintroduce the PRO Act into the Senate February 3, 2023
    Sen. Bernie Sanders, Ind-Vt., the new chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, will reintroduce the Protect The Right To Organize (PRO) Act. He should use it to really throw the book at corporate crooks. Sanders will be able to push it through his panel, via a one-vote majority there. If all […]
    Press Associates
  • News analysis: The dark money menace February 3, 2023
    Money that is raised by political candidates or groups is normally public information and has to be disclosed to the state or national Election Commission. If an individual or organization does not want to disclose their donations it is referred to as dark money. Dark money is usually filtered through two different types of non-profit […]
    Sharon K. Williams
  • Amazon lands in the soup with OSHA—again February 3, 2023
    WASHINGTON —As if monster warehouse and retailer Amazon wasn’t oppressing its workers enough by fighting their organizing drives, now it’s in trouble for endangering them through unsafe and unhealthy working conditions. So said the Occupational Safety and Health Administration on Feb. 1,  in proposing to fine the firm $46,875 for rampant safety violations at warehouses […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • VP Harris: Tyre Nichols was murdered by police charged with keeping him safe February 3, 2023
    MEMPHIS, Tenn.—Tyre Nichols, the 29-year-old unarmed and unresisting Memphis Black man beaten, clubbed, and kicked to death by Memphis cops, died in January by “an act of violence at the hands and the feet of people who had been charged with keeping them safe,” Vice President Kamala Harris says. With those words at Nichols’s Memphis […]
    Mark Gruenberg
  • ‘Let It Be Morning,’ a stunningly powerful almost all-Palestinian Israeli film February 2, 2023
    You have to hand it to people like Eran Kolirin. He’s the film director who in 2007 gave us The Band’s Visit, about an Egyptian military band that by some fluke managed to find itself in a sad, godforsaken Jewish desert town in Israel, whose residents unexpectedly were able to find some tentative connections with […]
    Eric A. Gordon
  • Stalingrad – 80 years on February 2, 2023
    Eighty years ago, on February 2 1943, the Soviet Union’s sustained defense of the city of Stalingrad (now Volgograd), ended with the surrender of 91,000 soldiers of the German 6th Army under General von Paulus. The battle for the city had raged since the previous September. The figures of human losses, unpublicized, besides German prisoners […]
    Morning Star
  • Military agreement turns Australia into launchpad for future U.S. war against China February 2, 2023
    SYDNEY—When it comes to military activities or agreements between Australia and the United States, the ANZUS Treaty is waved around to provide “motherhood” authorization or justification for such activities. More recently, the AUKUS security pact between Australia, the U.K, and the U.S. has been used to authorize and justify certain military acquisitions, nuclear-powered submarines in […]
    Bevan Ramsden
  • Police budgets keep growing, but communities are not becoming any safer February 2, 2023
    Last year was the deadliest on record for police killings in the United States. According to a Washington Post database, law enforcement officers shot and killed 1,096 people in 2022. And that’s likely an understatement. According to Abdul Nasser Rad, a research director at Campaign Zero, the Post ​“only captures incidents where a police officer discharges their firearm and the victim […]
    Sonali Kolhatkar

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