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Project Censored - 2018-04-13 - Original post - cached version

In June, 2017, the Washingtonian reported on a new policy at the Washington Post that prohibits its employees from conduct on social media that “adversely affects The Post’s customers, advertisers, subscribers, vendors, suppliers or partners.” In such cases, according to the policy, Post...

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On March 19th, 2018, a woman was struck and killed in Tempe, Arizona, by a self-driving vehicle owned and operated by Uber. For a brief period of time, the safety and future of autonomous vehicles was brought into the spotlight. However, with a settlement in the ensuing lawsuit, the story...

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Historical artifacts and archeological sites dating back to Mesopotamia and the Roman Empire, spanning the region around the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, are being systematically destroyed by ISIS. ISIS considers works of art depicting the human form and other objects to be idolatrous. Therefore...

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In March, 2017, The Hill published an opinion piece by R. James Woolsey, who directed the CIA from 1993-95, and Peter Vincent Pry, who had previously served in the House Armed Services Committee and the CIA. In their piece, titled “How North Korea Could Kill 90 Percent of Americans,” Woolsey and...

Project Censored - 2018-04-12 - Original post - cached version

In October, 2017, wildfires ravaged Sonoma County, California, destroying more than 5,000 structures. In their report, “Built to Burn,” for Reveal, Eric Sagara and Alexandra Kanik link the 2017 Sonoma County wildfires to those that scorched the Sonoma County community of Fountaingrove in...

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Parveen Khan did not need to read the Telegraph’s 2012 story that girls born in India were almost twice as likely to die before reaching the age of five than boys, according to new UN figures. When Khan kept getting pregnant with girls, her husband, Hameed, was mad enough to bite her face off....

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President Trump is new on the world stage but his role of finding an effective yet safe strategy to handle problems between Turkey and the nationless Kurds has challenged leaders since the 19th century.

Neither Turkey nor the Kurdish people living in Turkey and Northern Syria have a...

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In Terry Gilliam’s classic dystopian satire Brazil, agents from the Ministry of Information offer Mrs. Buttle a receipt for her husband as they kidnapped him. Then, to ensure there was no question later, handed the befuddled woman a piece of paper. “And this is my receipt for your receipt.” The...

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The 2018 Winter Olympics, held in Pyeongchang, South Korea, served as the hook for a number of critical news stories on South Koreans’ consumption of dog meat. As the Guardian’s Chas Newkey-Burden wrote, “With the Winter Olympics turning attention towards South Korea, dog meat has been put on...

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The knee-jerk response of media to mass shootings in the United States is to question whether the perpetrator is Middle Eastern, or insane. But lost in this deadline-driven journalistic template, and the outcry over the accessibility of assault weapons in society, is the correlation...

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Washington is finally grappling with the equity gap in the health system for consumers, and momentum is gaining for a fairer government-run single-payer system. Yet, for all the promise of the “Medicare for All” proposal, there’s surprisingly little discussion on how an overhaul of our health-...

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In March 2018, a joint investigation by ProPublica and Mother Jones reported on growing leeway and flexibility in interpretation and enforcement of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA). The world’s leading technology firm, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM),...

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New documents released to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) show that the FBI Louisville field office has been paying the Best Buy Geek Squad as informants for over a decade. The Geek Squad, based out of Kentucky, has been violating their customers’ constitutional rights by secretly...

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A report published on November 9, 2017 by the San Francisco Bay View reveals serious problems with the treatment of California inmates. The report explains how inmates are discriminated against, tortured, and dehumanized regularly by correctional officers (COs). The issues raised by the Bay View...

Project Censored - 2018-04-11 - Original post - cached version

Generation Zapped film (74 minutes) and Experts Panel

Learn about Electrical Hyper-Sensitivity

April 23 2018

7:00 PM 

Sonoma State University 

Stevenson Hall 1002 (Free)

A wifi classroom is like the inside of a microwave oven set at very low...

Project Censored - 2018-04-11 - Original post - cached version

A 2018 survey conducted in response to global concerns about rising authoritarianism and nationalism shows a major decrease in nations adhering to basic human rights. As the Guardian reported, the World Justice Project’s Rule of Law Index for 2017-2018 examined legal systems around the...

Project Censored - 2018-04-11 - Original post - cached version

Truth may not have passed it’s “use by” date after all.

In September 2007, the Washington Post reported the counter-intuitive discovery that “our brains are biased to believe in faulty information, and corrections only make that bias worse.”

The story, which cited several peer-...

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The UN and the World Health Organization both warned that Gaza was on the verge of a humanitarian crisis, Rebecca Ratcliffe reported in the Guardian in January, 2018. Under current conditions, electricity is available for three to six hours a day. As a result, health care systems in Gaza are on...

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It has been considered a sign of a healthy democracy when politicians who get elected follow through with their campaign promises. But President Donald Trump’s sweeping ban on travel to the United States by entire populations based on region of origin has been a bitter message to many that “Land...

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It has been considered a sign of a healthy democracy when politicians who get elected follow through with their campaign promises. But President Donald Trump’s sweeping ban on travel to the United States by entire populations based on region of origin has been a bitter message to many that “Land...

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“Between 2005 and 2016, Nestlé has taken over 4 billion gallons of our water for pennies and sold it back to us for huge profits,” Caroline Winters reported for Bloomberg Businessweek in September, 2017. Although the commodification of water is not a new story, Nestlé has taken water...

Project Censored - 2018-04-10 - Original post - cached version

An investigative report by the Guardian studied homeless relocation plans from major cities and counties across the US. Released in December, 2017, the 18-month investigation recorded 34,240 journeys made by homeless people who participated in a variety of city and county relocation...

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Tensions mount as Israelis continue to encroach on al-Aqsa Mosque, a hotly contested religious site for Muslims, Christians, and Jews.  To Muslims, al-Aqsa is the place from which the Prophet Muhammad ascended into heaven.  To Jews, the site is known as the Temple Mount, and is considered the...

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Every year thousands of people, most of them women, emigrate from the Philippines to the United States. Unbeknownst to them, many will end up living in slave-like conditions. Rampant poverty, unemployment, and violence in the Philippines push many to seek a better life abroad. Many emigrate to...

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In November 2016, the FBI arrested a young Muslim named Samy Mohamed Hamzeh in an undercover sting that allegedly halted a plan to commit a mass shooting with the intention to kill dozens; however, as the details of the case developed, the accused began to look more like the victim. Although...

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Drug trafficking in Tumaco Colombia, has led to the killing of coca farmers, human rights defenders, and social leaders, like Jose Jair Cortes who was murdered in October, 2017, Telesur and other news outlets reported that month. The levels of criminal activity and the death toll continued to...

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On October 23, 2017, civil rights organizations, including the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the Poverty & Race Research Action Council (PRRAC), Public Citizen Litigation Group, and others, sued the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), challenging its decision to...

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In recent years, numerous reports have highlighted illegal or inhumane actions committed by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials in their attempts to expel illegal immigrants. Despite the severity and frequency of these abuses, any official records documenting them may soon be...

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In February 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to more strictly regulate Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and to implement a policy known as net neutrality. Net neutrality has been equated to “the First Amendment of the Internet.” This means that all data everywhere is...

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The ability to ‘grow’ meat in a lab was a hot media story for a few days, while research predicting the innovation in food production would increase greenhouse gas emissions has received little attention.

Cellular Agriculture is a technology that allows meat to be grown from cells in a...

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Beyond the commonly-reported physical damage, Hurricane Maria exacerbated an already poor economic situation in Puerto Rico. The hurricane hit the island on September 20, 2017, and months later little has improved. At the end of December 2017, two-thirds of Puerto Rico’s small or mid-sized...

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Russiagate, which began as a scandal over Russian efforts to sway the 2016 US election, has since proliferated into a drama of dossiers, investigative councils, Russian adoption cover-ups, and beyond.  As journalists from the Intercept, Truthdig, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, Rolling Stone...

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Plastic has been suffocating our planet for years; this isn’t news to anyone. What has been less well reported in the corporate press is how fracking is fueling a new boom in plastic production. As Matthew Taylor reported for the Guardian, in the last year, fossil fuel companies have invested...

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Tiny House villages are being developed across the country to give homeless people a sense of safety and security. They are small, energy-efficient homes that include a bed, furniture, and bathroom. The homes can be placed on private properties, or in empty lots, and can be mobilized at any time...

Project Censored - 2018-04-06 - Original post - cached version

Public officials have offered their thoughts and prayers to the families of more than 122 victims of the dozens of school shootings in the U.S. since April 20, 1999, when Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold killed 12 students, a teacher and then themselves at Columbine High School in Littleton...

Project Censored - 2018-04-06 - Original post - cached version

A Host Home initiative could be the answer to San Francisco’s 1,200 homeless youth, according to Sarah Asch from San Francisco Public Press. Asch states that implementing a Host Home initiative could potentially help the federal government’s goal of ending youth homelessness by 2020. Ali...

Project Censored - 2018-04-06 - Original post - cached version

In September 2017, Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, leaving citizens vulnerable to the ‘shock doctrine,’ which is when leaders use a time of tragedy to force privatization. An article by Reed Richardson, published by FAIR, notes that the governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló, has used the...

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US military bombings that targeted alleged Taliban heroin labs in Afghanistan in late 2017 may have actually hurt rural farmers without any of their intended effects on  Taliban operations and finances, as the Pentagon claimed, according to a report released by the London School of Economics’...

Project Censored - 2018-04-06 - Original post - cached version

Industrial agricultural firms that use the term “organic” to market huge harvests for big profits are finding some labeling gristle stuck in their craws. Small-scale farmers worry that the US Department of Agriculture, which regulates the labeling of food, is allowing Big Agriculture to destroy...

Project Censored - 2018-04-06 - Original post - cached version

Thousands of elderly workers living in mobile homes across the US, Evan Blake reported, “have begun grueling, months-long temporary jobs at Amazon facilities as part of the company’s ‘CamperForce’ program.” Launched in 2008, CamperForce targets elderly migrant workers who have “been...

Project Censored - 2018-04-05 - Original post - cached version

In November 2017, the Guardian reported on Credit Suisse’s global wealth report, which found that the wealthiest 1% of the world now owns half of the money in the entire world. As the Guardian noted, “The world’s richest people have seen their share of the globe’s total wealth increase from 42.5...

Project Censored - 2018-04-05 - Original post - cached version

Under the guise of an adaptation to an old policy, a new immigration plan introduced by the Trump administration in late January 2017 would allow for immigrants nationwide to be deported without the due process of a fair trial. A part of immigration law since the Clinton administration,...

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Students with learning disabilities perform significantly better in science when computer-based modules are included in the classroom, according to the results of a three-year study published in the International Journal of Science Education.

While all students improved, the study found...

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Pharmaceutical production releases antibiotics through wastewater and leakage with little to no company oversight and, if left unmanaged, could result in millions of deaths by 2050.

Based on findings from the not-for-profit Access to Medicine Foundation, the Bureau of Investigative...

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In a 21st Century Wire report, Shawn Helton asks bold questions about oddities surrounding the hotel security staffer who was supposedly the hero in the October 2017 mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest music festival in Las Vegas that left 58 people dead and 546 injured. Why didn’t hotel...

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In December 2017, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials kept 92 Somalis locked up for 40 hours on a deportation flight that for “logistical reasons” had to return home, Maryam Saleh reported for the Intercept.  The Somalis said that they were forced to urinate in bottles or on...

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In preparation for the 2022 World Cup, immigrant workers in Qatar are being subjected to unethical and life-threatening working conditions, with estimates that hundreds of workers are dying each year as a result, the Guardian’s David Conn reported in September, 2017. The exact number of workers...

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Months after Hurricanes Irma and Maria, many Puerto Ricans continue to live without power, food, or clean water. While establishment news reports focused on how President Trump sought to minimize the disaster (asserting that it was not a “real catastrophe like Katrina”), independent news...

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On October 27, 2017, Nathalie Baptiste of Mother Jones reported on a storage warehouse chemical fire that broke out in Parkersburg, West Virginia. The massive fire continued to burn for over seven days. Intercontinental Export Import, Inc., a Maryland-based plastics company, owns the warehouse...

Project Censored - 2018-04-05 - Original post - cached version

In prison libraries and cells across the US, the truth may not prevail, because it is being hidden from thousands of inmates. The New Jim Crow, along with thousands of other books, have been banned from correctional facilities across the country. As Jon Swaine reported for the Guardian, through...

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