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Project Censored - 2019-03-26 - Original post - cached version

Nuclear-power experts Arnie and Maggie Gundersen return to the show to publicize the ongoing damage the Fukushima meltdown site is inflicting on Japan and the Pacific. They also rebut the idea that nuclear power is part of the answer to climate change.

In the second...

Project Censored - 2019-03-22 - Original post - cached version

On this episode of Along the Line, Dr. Dreadlocks Nicholas Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon, and Janice Domingo discuss the history of US-Venezuelan relations. ATL’s Creative Director is Jorge Ayala. Mickey Huff is ATL’s producer. ATL’s engineer is Janice Domingo. Listen to all of our...

Project Censored - 2019-03-19 - Original post - cached version

By Nolan Higdon and Ben Boyington

“What are they doing here?” The National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) and NewsGuard were listed as exhibitors at the 2019 International Critical Media Literacy Conference (ICMLC) in Savannah, Georgia, last month...

Project Censored - 2019-03-19 - Original post - cached version

On this episode of the Project Censored Show, Mickey and Chase spend the hour with journalist Kevin Gosztola of Shadowproof.com. They discuss how “Fighting Fake News” has become the new Trojan horse for corporate and social media censorship and go into detail about troubling recent...

Project Censored - 2019-03-15 - Original post - cached version

On this very special episode of Along the Line, Dr. Nolan Higdon travels to the International Media Literacy Conference in Savannah, GA to interview Dr. Allison Butler. Butler discusses 5 ways individuals can be more media literate citizens. ATL’s Creative Director is Jorge Ayala....

Project Censored - 2019-03-15 - Original post - cached version

On this very special episode of Along the Line, the listeners control the show. Listen as Janice Domingo and Dr. Nolan Higdon respond to listener questions about The Price of Politics; AOC; History of US/Mexico/Native American relations; Trump’s Wall; 2020 Election; and Hyper-...

Project Censored - 2019-03-15 - Original post - cached version

On this episode of Along the Line, the listeners control the show. Listen as Jorge Ayala, Janice Domingo and Dr. Nolan Higdon discuss the history of blackface. ATL’s Creative Director is Jorge Ayala. Mickey Huff is ATL’s producer. ATL’s engineer is Janice Domingo. Listen to all of our...

Project Censored - 2019-03-13 - Original post - cached version

By Peter Phillips

Regime changes in Iraq and Libya, Syria’s war, Venezuela’s crisis, sanctions on Cuba, Iran, Russia, and North Korea are reflections of a new global imperialism imposed by a core of capitalist nations in support of trillions of dollars of...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

On this week’s program, we hear a speech by Abby Martin, delivered as part of
Sonoma State University’s Social Justice Week activities. She describes and
explains US corporate media’s parroting of Trump Administration propaganda,
as Trump works to topple Venezuelan President...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

In 2009 Illinois legislators signed into law the Video Gaming Act which legalized video gambling and paved the way for rapid and massive installation of such machines across the state. These machines were supposed to solve the state’s woeful finances—instead, a decade later, the state has lost...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

In January 2019, the Center for Investigative Journalism’s Reveal reported that a US district court judge had required Facebook to release documents showing that it had targeted children to make online games, including Angry Birds, PetVille, and Ninja Saga, more profitable. One internal Facebook...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

The federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) continues to push ahead with their latest attempt to lease land near Chaco National Historical Park in New Mexico and other sites, which are sacred to Native American tribes, to oil and gas drilling companies. The sale has been criticized in part...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

In January, 2019, Cyntoia Brown was granted clemency by Tennessee’s Republican governor, Bill Haslam, after spending fifteen years in prison. Brown was originally sentenced to life in prison at age sixteen after being convicted of first-degree murder for shooting her rapist. Brown was sexually...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

On January 26, 2019, nine activists from the environmental group Extinction Rebellion (XR) staged a “die in” at Rockefeller Center’s Prometheus statue and ice rink.  As eight protesters lay in the middle of the ice rink in the form of the group’s symbol (an hour glass inside a circle), one...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

According to January 17, 2019 ReWire.News story by Tina Vasquez, immigrant women in the US, especially undocumented women of color, are often forced to rely on self-induced abortion methods because going to hospitals or getting any kind of reproductive health care services could get them...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

In January 2019, In These Times reported that a privately-owned water company, Aqua America, is  buying Peoples Gas, the local natural gas company in the Pittsburgh area. In his article, Doug Shields revealed that the business deal, which dates back to October, 2018, is actually part of a plan...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

In January 2019, the Center for Investigative Reporting’s Reveal reported that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke had approved a road through the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge, a refuge meant to protect seabirds, grizzly bears, and caribou in isolation in Cold Bay, Alaska, in order to transport...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

Since 2016, Facebook has been paying teenagers as young as 13 to install the “Facebook Research” app on their phone. According to a January 29, 2019, TechCrunch article by Josh Constine, the app allows Facebook to collect nearly all of the accessible data on users’ phones. This data includes...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

In a September 2018 article published by FAIR, Allan Macleod detailed how media conglomerate Facebook plans to join forces with “two propaganda organizations founded and funded by the US government: The National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the International Republican Institute (IRI),”...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

On January 16, 2019, Georgina Gustin of Inside Climate News highlighted a report by the EAT-Lancet Commission on Food, Planet, Health, which gathered experts from around the world to suggest a global diet and changes to food production. These changes could meet the demands of the Paris Climate...

Project Censored - 2019-03-12 - Original post - cached version

Many American women fear that the new Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade, stripping their right to choose. But there’s more at stake, according to Naomi Randolph in a 2019 Ms. Magazine blog post: pregnant women could face a higher risk of criminal charges for miscarriages or stillbirths,...

Project Censored - 2019-03-08 - Original post - cached version

Andy Lee Roth

Author’s Note, March 7, 2019: This article was originally published as Chapter 12 in Censored 2013: Dispatches From the Media Revolution (Seven Stories Press, 2012). Although some of its data and citations are now dated, its primary argument—that the...

Project Censored - 2019-03-01 - Original post - cached version

Mexicali, the capital city of Baja California, has some of the highest levels of air pollution measured in all of the Americas, Ian James reported for the Desert Sun. As part of a multi-story investigative series, “Poisoned Cities: Deadly Border,” James reported that air pollution in Mexicali...

Project Censored - 2019-02-19 - Original post - cached version

Kenn Burrows of San Francisco State University returns to the program to talk about SFSU’s annual Gandhi-King Season of Nonviolence. Then Neal Gorenflo of Shareable.net explains how his website aims to facilitate cooperative problem-solving around the world. Finally, historian Michael Morey...

Project Censored - 2019-02-13 - Original post - cached version

Mickey interviews two activists who work at the local and global levels, respectively. High School student Lucia Garay explains how she became motivated to work for social justice, and the challenges that young people face even in a “liberal” region. Then Steven Jay returns to the show to...

Project Censored - 2019-02-08 - Original post - cached version

By Peter Phillips

This article appeared originally as Chapter 8 in Censored 2019: Fighting the Fake News Invasion

Historically the term “mainstream media” referred to the largest media outlets in the United States. Numbering in the hundreds, these...

Project Censored - 2019-02-05 - Original post - cached version

Mnar Muhawesh of MintPress News explains the recent US Senate bill aimed at suppressing the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement; she also looks at a new far-reaching establishment and corporate-media-backed initiative called NewsGuard that would “rate” websites for accuracy. Many...

Project Censored - 2019-01-30 - Original post - cached version

On this very special episode of Along the Line, the listeners control the show. Listen as Nicholas “Dr Dredlocks” Baham and Dr. Nolan Higdon respond to listener questions about identity politics; Smedley Butler; and stand up comedy. ATL’s editor and sound Engineer is Janice Domingo....

Project Censored - 2019-01-30 - Original post - cached version

This episode is a Nick’s Flix, which is where we use film to help us understand contemporaneous issues, examining the 1967 film The Manchurian Candidate.  Nicholas “Dr Dredlocks” Baham and Dr. Nolan Higdon use the film to analyze Trump’s behavior in office. ATL’s editor and sound...

Project Censored - 2019-01-30 - Original post - cached version

Nicholas “Dr Dredlocks” Baham and Dr. Nolan Higdon explain the politics of the 2019 government shutdown as well as the racial and political history of the wall. ATL’s editor and sound Engineer is Janice Domingo. ATL’s Creative Director is Jorge Ayala. Mickey Huff is ATL’s producer....

Project Censored - 2019-01-30 - Original post - cached version

This episode of Along the Line analyzes the history and impact of government shutdowns. Starting with their 1980 origin, Nicholas “Dr Dredlocks” Baham and Dr. Nolan Higdon breakdown the destructive past of government shutdowns. ATL’s editor and sound Engineer is Janice Domingo. ATL’s...

Project Censored - 2019-01-29 - Original post - cached version
Author and editorial cartoonist Ted Rall is the first guest; he explains the latest developments in his legal battle with the Los Angeles Times, and the wider problem of how big corporations now use anti-SLAPP statues to stop less-powerful plaintiffs from having their cases heard by juries....
Project Censored - 2019-01-23 - Original post - cached version

Amid the ongoing corporate-media hue and cry about ‘Russian interference’ in the 2016 US election,
media scholar Rob Williams reviews the evidence, and the unexamined assumptions made by promoters of
the ‘Russian hacking’ position. Some of the discussion on the show revolves around...

Project Censored - 2019-01-15 - Original post - cached version

A 2018 report shows that American citizens are actively being stripped of their First Amendment rights. As Glenn Greenwald, reported, 26 states have enacted Israel loyalty oath requirements for contract workers, and 13 other US states have similar bills pending. Greenwald’s reported cited...

Project Censored - 2019-01-09 - Original post - cached version

By Rob Williams for Project Censored

The following is a critical book review of Kathleen Hall Jamieson’s Cyberwar: How Russian Hackers and Trolls Helped Elect A President – What We Don’t, Can’t, And Do Know (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018).

“...

Project Censored - 2019-01-08 - Original post - cached version

by Susan Maret for Project Censored

As I write, the 24th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP24) to the United Nations Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) has concluded. COP24 was held at Katowice, Poland from December 3-17, 2018 and brought together...

Project Censored - 2019-01-08 - Original post - cached version

This week’s show presents speeches and conversation from Project Censored’s 2018 Media Freedom Summit 2.0
The first 2/3 of the show is from the keynote panel, then we hear part of the “News Abuse” discussion.

The panelists heard on the program are Abby Martin, Nora Barrows-Friedman...

Project Censored - 2019-01-08 - Original post - cached version

A 2015 study found that the threat of plastic pollution to seabirds is “global, pervasive, and increasing.” As Lorraine Chow reported for Truthout in September 2018, the researchers estimated that ninety percent of seabirds have ingested some form of plastic, which birds mistake for food. If...

Project Censored - 2019-01-08 - Original post - cached version

A September 2018 poll of 1,006 randomly selected 22-37-year-olds found that nearly half of millennial Democrats identified as “socialist” or “democratic socialist,” The Hill reported.

The poll was conducted by Maru/Blue and Buzzfeed, and the millennials surveyed were all members of Maru/...

Project Censored - 2019-01-08 - Original post - cached version

Since 2012 farmers from a small, rural community in the mountains of eastern El Salvador have generated their own electricity, the Inter Press Service reported. For generations, the only light sources available to the people of La Joya de Talchiga were candles or wood fires. As IPS reported,...

Project Censored - 2019-01-08 - Original post - cached version

Esther Ngumbi, a researcher in entomology at the University of Illinois, writes that, “in the race to beat food insecurity, achieve zero hunger, and address climate change, we must look down—to the soil.”

Noting that the director-general of the United Nations Food and Agriculture...

Project Censored - 2019-01-08 - Original post - cached version

In October 2018, Greg Palast reported that as many as 20,000 voters may have been purged from Indiana’s electoral roles, “some apparently in violation of a federal court order.” According to the Palast Investigative Fund, “thousands of voters” were purged, in violation of a June 2018 federal...

Project Censored - 2019-01-08 - Original post - cached version

A November 2018 study found that the number of Sunni militants has increased by 270% since the September 11, 2001, despite the US-led campaign to combat Al Qaeda and ISIS, the Independent and RT News reported.

The study, conducted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies in...

Project Censored - 2019-01-05 - Original post - cached version

On this episode of Along The Line, Nicholas “Dr. Dredlocks” Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon and Aimee Casey answer listener questions about California wild fires and an Ohio politicians assessment of them, Hillary Clinton’s recent comments about Monica Lewinsky, the 2nd Amendment and its...

Project Censored - 2019-01-05 - Original post - cached version

On this episode of Along The Line, Nicholas “Dr. Dredlocks” Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon and Aimee Casey breakdown the timeline of events of Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference during the 2016 election from its start through December of 2018

The post Episode...

Project Censored - 2019-01-05 - Original post - cached version

On this episode of Along The Line, Nicholas “Dr. Dredlocks” Baham III, Dr. Nolan Higdon and Aimee Casey bring listeners a Nick’s Flix. Nick’s Flix episodes analyze a film to help assess contemporaneous issues. This episode is based on the 1964 Stanley Kubrick film: Dr. Strangelove or...

Project Censored - 2019-01-05 - Original post - cached version

Private data brokers are selling the personal information of 150 million Americans that could be used to predict health care costs. Companies such as LexisNexis Risk Solutions, IBM Watson Health, and Optum have collected over 78 billion records of personal data—including race, education level,...

Project Censored - 2019-01-05 - Original post - cached version

Drawing on data from the Fatal Encounters project, in May, 2018, the Intercept reported that despite being only a small fraction of the New York Police Department (NYPD) force, on-duty officers who are not wearing uniforms are responsible for many police killings in New York. Plainclothes police...

Project Censored - 2019-01-05 - Original post - cached version

In 2018, BGR and New Scientist reported on a scientific effort using electrical currents to stimulate regrowth of damaged coral reefs. As is generally known, coral reefs, which are crucial components of ocean ecosystems around the world, have been dying off due to climate change and destructive...

Project Censored - 2019-01-05 - Original post - cached version

One of the UK’s leading scientists has called for organizations that fund medical research to acknowledge that genetic tests developed using samples from white Europeans do not necessarily provide accurate results when applied to other ethnic groups, the Guardian reported in October, 2018.

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