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Project Censored - 2020-01-18 - Original post - cached version

Along the Line, is a member of the Demcast network, brought to you by the Media Freedom Foundation. On today’s episode hosts Nicholas Baham III (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo,  and Nolan Higdon explore the global crisis of child labor exploitation, ATL’s  Creative Director is Dylan Lazaga. ...

Project Censored - 2020-01-13 - Original post - cached version

Independent Journalists Kevin Gosztola and Ted Rall make return visits to the Project Censored Show to update listeners on their latest work. Kevin Gosztola shares the latest news about the cases of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and military whistleblower Chelsea Manning and in the second...

Project Censored - 2020-01-11 - Original post - cached version

Along the Line, is a member of the Demcast network, brought to you by the Media Freedom Foundation. On today’s episode hosts Nicholas Baham III (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo,  and Nolan Higdon discuss the Inspector General’s Report on the FBI Investigation into the Trump Campaign, ATL’s ...

Project Censored - 2020-01-05 - Original post - cached version

Along the Line, is a member of the Demcast network, brought to you by the Media Freedom Foundation. On today’s episode hosts Nicholas Baham III (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo,  and Nolan Higdon discuss a history of food stamps and their cuts. ATL’s  Creative Director is Dylan Lazaga.  Mickey...

Project Censored - 2019-12-30 - Original post - cached version

Along the Line, is a member of the Demcast network, brought to you by the Media Freedom Foundation. On today’s episode hosts Nicholas Baham III (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo,  and Nolan Higdon discuss Internet regulation from its inception to California’s 2020 privacy protection law. ATL’s ...

Project Censored - 2019-12-22 - Original post - cached version

Along the Line, is a member of the Demcast network, brought to you by the Media Freedom Foundation. On today’s episode hosts Nicholas Baham III (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo,  and Nolan Higdon discuss the Bolivian Coup. ATL’s  Creative Director is Dylan Lazaga.  Mickey Huff is ATL’s producer...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

In September 2019, ColorLines reported that students attending schools with high suspension rates are more likely to be arrested and incarcerated later in life and less likely to attend a four-year college. The ColorLines article reported findings from a study titled “The School to Prison...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

A July 2018 RAND Corporation study emphasized the importance of higher education for inmates, as Leighanna Shirey reported for Citizen Truth. Higher education serves as a form of rehabilitation. Access to higher education allows incarcerated individuals to develop new skills  leading to reduced...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

The US military is “one of the largest polluters in history, consuming more liquid fuels and emitting more climate-changing gases than most medium-sized countries,” Benjamin Neimark, Oliver Belcher, Patrick Bigger reported for The Conversation in June 2019. By burning fossil fuels, the US...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

A United Nations report released in November 2019 determined that the international community will fail to curb planet-heating emissions and prevent climate catastrophe, based on projections for fossil fuel production over the next decade, Jessica Corbett reported for Common Dreams.

The...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

After headlines reported that thousands of children had been forcibly separated from their families by US officials, in June 2018 the Trump administration announced an end to the family separation policy, and a federal court ordered the reunification of separated families. However, as Michael...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

Colorado state has one of the highest voter turnouts in the United States, because its vote-by-mail system allows residents to bypass long lines at polling places, Democracy Now! reported in November 2019. Colorado voting measures also include automatic voter registration with driver’s license...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

In June 2019, ProPublica published a report revealing that a much-heralded $20 million donation to Teach for America from  the Walton Family Foundation came with secret strings attached. The donation, which aimed to help Teach For America recruit and train nearly 4,000 teachers for low-income...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

In June, 2019, Texas legislators passed House Bill 3, an $11.6 billion dollar school finance and property tax reform package, but lawmakers failed to include a way to pay for the bill beyond the next two years, Justin Miller reported for the Texas Observer.

State Representative Harold...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

An increasing number of competitive colleges and universities across the US are eliminating the requirement to submit SAT and ACT scores as part of their admissions process. By encouraging admissions officers to look beyond test scores when evaluating students, eliminating requirements for...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

In May 2019, Citizen Truth journalist Will Bacha reported on how Ohio Excels—a coalition of corporations focused on creating policies for elementary and secondary school systems—serves the interests of big-business rather than the needs of students. His article, “Another Private Sector-Public...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

It seems that the more money Betsy DeVos pours into the United States education system, the lower children’s National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) test scores become. As David Badash reported for RawStory, DeVos’s answer to getting better test scores out of students is the same...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

In October 2019, millions of Brazilian students and teachers took to the streets to protest another round of budget and wage cuts to the nation’s Department of Education. Miguel Andrade, writing for the World Socialist Web Site, reported that over 25,000 Brazilian students answered the calls...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

On September 28, 2019, Autumn Peltier, a 15-year-old is a Canadian clean water activist from the Wiikwemkoong First Nation, addressed the UN’s Global Landscape Forum in Manhattan. Peltier—who was named as the Chief Water Commissioner by the Anishinabek Nation in April 2019—paid tribute to her...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

US corporate media are currently inundated with former US intelligence agents who appear as expert commentators and pundits on programs broadcast by NBC News, CBS News, and CNN, AJ Nelson reported for We Are Change in October 2019. “Reborn as cable news pundits,” former national security...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

In Neshoba County, Mississippi, children are being charged as adults in record numbers, Ko Bragg reported for Reveal in November 2019. “Nearly 5,000 Mississippi children have been charged as adults in the last 25 years,” Bragg wrote, and “three out of every four are black.”

As Bragg...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

In October 2019, Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community–Justice 4 Mario Woods held a press conference about problems with the Department of Justice’s Community Oriented Policing (COPS) program. Since 2016, the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) has been working, in response to...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

From delivery drivers to home care providers, workers face increasing pressures to work faster and longer, making their jobs more dangerous, María José Carmona reported for Common Dreams. Carmona’s article was based data from the International Labor Organization (ILO) on work-related deaths,...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

Private, for-profit prisons in Tennessee have double the number of homicides as state-run facilities, while having less than half the number of prisoners.

CoreCivic, the for-profit corporation formerly known as Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), runs four medium-security Tennessee...

Project Censored - 2019-12-18 - Original post - cached version

Beginning in 2001 under President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, soldiers in the Philippines have undertaken an extended counterinsurgency campaign that one human rights organization has called “by far the bloodiest and most brutal” campaign unleashed on the Filipino people. According to Nick...

Project Censored - 2019-12-16 - Original post - cached version

Investigative reporters Peter Byrne and Will Carruthers return to the show to speak about the latest story in their “Power Brokers” series: “Burned.” This muckraking report is case study of political influence and media control in California, examining the connections between utility giant PG...

Project Censored - 2019-12-14 - Original post - cached version

Along the Line, is a member of the Demcast network, brought to you by the Media Freedom Foundation. On today’s episode hosts Nicholas Baham III (Dr. Dreadlocks), Janice Domingo,  and Nolan Higdon revisit the Ukraine Impeachment Process by analyzing the House Intelligence Report. ATL’s  Creative...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

In August 2019, Mary Alice McCarthy and Debra Bragg reported on the racial gap among students transferring from college to university in the US. Only about one in three community college students eventually transfer to four-year institutions, and transfer and graduation rates are “especially low...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

Since 2015, Chemeketa Press, a non-profit organization operated by Chemeketa Community College in Oregon, has been printing college-level textbooks for $40 or less. To date, the press has published a total of 33 titles, saving students an estimated $2.5 million from what they would have spent if...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

Marfrig, a Brazilian meat company that supplied McDonald’s, Burger King, and other global fast-food chains, bought cattle from a farm that was using deforested land, according to a joint investigation by the Guardian, Repórter Brasil, and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.

The...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

In November 2019, Cyberscoop reported a major security vulnerability in Amazon’s Ring app. As Jeff Stone reported, Amazon’s Ring service contained a security vulnerability that allowed hackers to intercept a customer’s Wi-Fi username and password, which in turn could be used to launch larger...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

In a 2018, Lewis Ziska, a veteran plant physiologist at the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), found that minerals, proteins, and key vitamins in rice are very likely to drop as greenhouse gas levels rise, potentially imperiling the nutrition of more than 600 million people globally who rely...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

Since 2001, more than 3,000 human remains have been found along the US-Mexico border in Arizona, an average of more than 150 per year in that state alone. Amy Goodman reported that, in 2019, humanitarian aid organizations including No More Deaths continued to provide migrants with basic...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

The US government is relying on Google Translate to decide if refugees should enter the United States, according to a September 2019 report by ProPublica. An internal manual created by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services was obtained by the International Refugee Assistance Project. The...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

It is not news that the United Sates government is separating asylum-seeking families who turn up at the U.S.-Mexican border and try to enter this country illegally. But the Trump Administration’s treatment of children held for weeks without a parent, with no one to look out for them, may...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

On August 22, 2019, a 21-year-old Palestinian woman from Bethlehem, Israa Ghrayeb, was murdered by her father and brothers, after a relative sent her father and brothers a video she posted on social media of herself meeting with her fiancé. In a report for Arab News, Emina Osmandzikovic and...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

In June 2019, a Texas prison inmate, Seth Donnelly, passed away due to multiple organ failure and severe hyperthermia after an outdoor dog training session on a morning when temperatures reached 102 degrees. Donnelly, who wore a 75-pound bite jacket while working as a dog trainer, expired in...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

China has become a major threat to US interests in the Middle East and especially in Iraq, according to a report for RT by Darius Shahtahmasebi. Iraq has become China’s second or third largest source of oil, and China has displaced India as Iraq’s number one trading partner, Shahtahmasebi...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

A study conducted by Santa Clara University’s Center for Food Innovation and Entrepreneurship, shows that 33.7% of produce on California farms goes unharvested. Researchers surveyed 123 mid-sized and larger conventional farms. In the article “Study Finds Farm-Level Food Waste is Much Worse Than...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

Myths and misconceptions about breastfeeding work in favor of the $70 billion baby food industry, Felogene Anumo reported for Women’s eNews in July 2019. Tracing misconceptions linking breastfeeding and poverty back to the 17th century, Anumo examined how rising global sales of breastmilk...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

On March 25, 2019, Christopher Caldwell, an inmate at Limestone Correctional Facility in Alabama, was shackled and taped to a bucket for five days.

Caldwell was transferred to Limestone from a coveted work release center. Because he was suspected of smuggling contraband, on entry to...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

In a 2019 article for Dissent magazine, Geoff Mann and Joel Wainwright analyze the “capitalist nation-state that structures our world” as the primary condition for accelerating planetary climate change, and they identify four “rough paths” forward, based on their book Climate Leviathan: A...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

From parts of Nevada to Amsterdam to Germany, governments have legalized prostitution. But in Germany, the city of Cologne is mapping a new course by allowing “drive-thru” stalls for safe, quick sex service.

For cash-strapped women like Nicole Schulze, these government-sanctioned drive-...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

A heat island impacting Tuscon, Arizona is uncomfortable for everyone there, but as Ellice Lueders reported for the Guardian in August 2019, “Not all Tucsonans stand equal in the face of heat.” As southern Arizona’s summers become more intense, “people who work outdoors, those on a low income...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

Animal researchers are just as guilty in their cruelty as animal hunters and farms in which animals are slaughtered, yet they seem to shield themselves from public scrutiny and negative media coverage. In her report, “How Animal Researchers Stay out of the News,” Martha Rosenberg (an...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

Since 1922, over 300 mountain climbers have died attempting to reach the summit of Mount Everest, the world’s highest and most deadly mountain. As Rasoul Sorkhabi wrote for Earth Island Journal in August 2019, “The crisis on the world’s highest mountain is acute, and intensifying,” not only...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

In Summer 2019, youth from Lagos, Nigeria joined the #ChurchToo movement to fight what Festus Iyorah, reporting for Sojourners, described as “incessant” sexual assaults perpetrated by members of Nigeria’s clergy and a “slow and corrupt” justice system that “favors and shields” powerful...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

Domestic abuse is grounded in fear, so what happens when the abusers are part of the system that is supposed to protect those who are being abused? A report by the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism found that UK police officers and other law enforcement personnel accounted for more...

Project Censored - 2019-12-12 - Original post - cached version

From 2016-2018, the UK government tracked the personal information of 21,042 citizens, including adults and children, through PREVENT, a secret government database, Barry Mason reported for the World Socialist Website.  2011 legislation made it a “statutory duty” for the staff of schools, local...

Project Censored - 2019-12-10 - Original post - cached version
As the world faces unprecedented challenges like global warming, what role are media and journalism playing? Kenn Burrows and Amber Yang say that social media and conventional journalism foster a sense of isolation and powerlessness that undermines peoples’ ability to take action. But they suggest...

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