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Project Censored - 2016-04-05 - Original post - cached version

In his article for Truthout, journalist Mario Vasquez showcases the struggle taking place in Spokane, WA between big business, with support of local politicians, against workers concerning minimum wage issues. He notes how state legislatures were being lobbied to restrict what local governments...

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On July 8th, 2015, Alex Nussbaum and David Wethe, writing for Bloomberg Business, published, “California Farms Are Using Drilling Waste Water to Grow Crops.” Nussbaum and Wethe’s article focused on the relationship between oil drilling and wastewater in California. It is significant because of...

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In November 2015, Abby Zimet, writing for Common Dreams, published “Sleeping Outside is Not Voluntary Conduct: The Homeless Fight Back.” Zimet’s article focused on the topic of the criminalization of homelessness. The criminalization of homelessness is significant, as it relates to police...

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On February 23rd, 2016, a journalist for Russia Today published an article titled “Bernie Sanders ‘censored’ by MSNBC while criticizing trade deal.” RT’s article focused on the topic of corporate censorship concerning both Senator Sanders’ campaign and that of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP...

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On October 30, 2015 David Sirota and Andrew Perez writing for the International Business Times published “Hillary Clinton Demands Probe of Exxon After Oil Giant Stops Funding Clinton Foundation”. Perez and Sirota’s article focused on the influence of money on the 2016 Presidential elections. It...

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On January 17th, 2016, Matt Cagel writing for the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California (ACLU) published “Dirtbox Over Disneyland? New Docs Reveal Anaheim’s Cellular Surveillance Arsenal”. Cagels’s article focused on the topic of cellular surveillance equipment being used to spy...

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In September 2015, Alexander Main writing for The Center for Economic and Policy Research published “Hillary Clinton’s Emails and the Honduras Coup.” Main’s article focused on Hillary Clinton’s emails surrounding the Coup in Honduras. The topic of these emails is important because they have...

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On September 15th, 2015, David Sirota and Matthew Cunningham-Cook writing for the International Business Times (IBT) released an article titled “Joe Biden Backed Bills to Make It Harder for Americans to Reduce Their Student Debt.” According to this article, Biden made it more challenging for...

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In August 2015, Cecily Hilleary writing for Voice of America News published “Native Americans Most Likely Victims of Deadly Police Force.” Hilleary’s article focused on the topic of police discrimination and violence against Native American populations. The topic of police discrimination and...

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On June 3, 2015 The Guardian staff published, “California Oil Spill Pipeline Had Been Left to Rust Paper-Thin.” The article focused on how the malpractices of the oil company lead to the oil spill in Santa Barbra and the impact that this had on the environment. This is significant because it...

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On December 22, 2015, Amy Goodman, of the independent news outlet Democracy Now!, published a story called “Pete Seeger, Folk Legend & FBI Target: Declassified Docs Show Iconic Singer Was Spied on for Decades.” Goodman’s article focused on the surveillance Seeger and its potential...

Project Censored - 2016-04-04 - Original post - cached version

Private Military and Security Contractors (PMSCs) are further criminalizing the strategically-failed wars on drugs and terror in: Afghanistan, Colombia, Iraq, and elsewhere in the Middle East and Africa — by engaging in business fraud, prosecutorial immunity, child rape, and even murder. On...

Project Censored - 2016-04-04 - Original post - cached version

Though many living in the U.S. have a vague conception that the U.S. is intervening to terminate ISIS terrorist forces in Syria today, mainstream media severely downplays the extent to which the U.S. is fighting, and the impacts that these attacks are having on civilians. U.S. military...

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As world newspapers are creating a climate of fear surrounding the Zika virus, they are ignoring a much larger issue. Zika, although in the early stages of research, has been linked to microcephaly. This condition causes a smaller than average head size in infants, which is often caused by...

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In 2010, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Citizens United, setting the precedent that the first amendment prohibited government regulation of independent political expenditure, granting individuals and corporations unlimited private election spending. The court case has significantly...

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The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) was approved on October 27, 2015, as a provision of an Omnibus bill that largely deals with federal spending. CISA opens up the ability for Internet surveillance by the Internet providers. The purpose is to “improve cybersecurity in the United...

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South Africa is currently one of the highest reported country with rape in the world. Rape culture in South Africa includes child and infant rape, corrective rape, homosexual rape, and prison rape. Beginning from the roots of their history post-apartheid, rape had become most popular and grew...

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This year a nuclear plant in Piketon, Ohio, which has been operating since 1954, was decommissioned and environmental clean up is underway. Despite the government’s continued efforts to deny former employees assistance there are countless individuals who are being effected by the plant...

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Hospitals have always been safe havens, a place one can go to be healed and protected, but the safe status of hospitals has been declining over the years do to the increased hiring of armed guards and off-duty police officers. Twenty-six year-old Alan Pean discovered the devastating effects of...

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In Ecuador, small-scale banana farmers are struggling to adapt to the supply and demand of international trade. In Ecuador, farmers are seeing the roles of consumers effect the flow of production going through their plantations. In the turn of the 20th century, so-called “banana republics” were...

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Berta Caceres was a hugely influential and high-profile activist against land dispossession of the Honduran government.  She lived everyday of her later life fighting for human rights and protecting the land that she and her fellow neighbors lived and survived off of.  In 2013 Caceres led a...

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Since 2007, the UK has deported thousands of child refugees back to war torn countries in the Middle East. These nations include Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Libya, and Syria. These children are deported once they turn 18. The children fled homelands that were ravaged by war. Fleeing the turmoil of...

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In 2003, the Pennsylvania State Correctional Institute (SCI) at Fayette was opened next to a toxic waste dump. A little more than a decade later, the Abolitionist Law Center found that most of SCI Fayette’s prisoners suffer from some combination of breathing-related, gastrointestinal, and skin...

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In the 2016 election, about 80 percent of the US national vote will take place on outdated electronic voting machines that rely on proprietary software from private corporations, according to a September 2015 study by the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law. For voters, this means...

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In September 2015, PBS, Public Broadcast Service, reported that there are over 65,000 green card holders that serve in the military, and hundreds of them are being deported after their service because of petty crimes. Even though these men and women make up 5% of our military and are serving...

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Remember in Rocky 4, when Rocky fights Ivan Drago, that Russian boxer who was so strong and pumped full of steroids that he killed Apollo Creed in the ring? What if I told you that an Ivan Drago-esque athlete could in fact exist in Russia for real? After a lengthy investigation conducted by Dick...

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With Pentagon approval, the military for years now has been responsible for burning garbage in the U.S./Middle Eastern war zones, rather than burying it, causing a plethora of deadly toxins to be realized poisoning our American soldiers, civilians, and the environment. If that wasn’t concerning...

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In 2011 the Supreme Court ruled that overcrowded prisons in California violated the Eighth Amendment. The Supreme Court ordered the State of California to lower the prison population to 110,000. According to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s (CDCR) weekly population...

Project Censored - 2016-03-31 - Original post - cached version

Many of us identify with the growing movement to better understand our collective and individual impact on the environment and one another. We can look to our own communities for working examples of regulations, initiatives, and programs that have been developed to tackle the growing problem of...

Project Censored - 2016-03-31 - Original post - cached version

International Women’s Day falls on March 8. One day later, on March 9, 2016, the state legislature of Florida approved sweeping restrictions on women’s access to abortion providers, contraceptives, and STI treatment, reports Amanda Marcotte of Salon. The bill, HB 1411, is similar to a Texas law...

Project Censored - 2016-03-31 - Original post - cached version

In late 2015, the international community agreed upon the United Nation’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals, which include ending world hunger and poverty as well as achieving gender equality, and adopting sustainable energy, among others. At the World Future Energy Summit in January 2016, U.N....

Project Censored - 2016-03-31 - Original post - cached version

Since the 1970s, the US has waged an ongoing “war on drugs.” It has been one of the nation’s most costly battles. Hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent, not only to prosecute drug dealers but also to rehabilitate drug addicts. In a statement from 1994, a former Nixon policy adviser,...

Project Censored - 2016-03-31 - Original post - cached version

In much of the media, sexual professions are portrayed negatively. Not all of “sex work” is coercive, exploitative or defined as human trafficking. Our society has a narrow view of sex work that assumes women could not possibly make an informed decision about entering into sex work. This...

Project Censored - 2016-03-31 - Original post - cached version

The School of the Americas (SOA), also known informally among its critics as the “School of Dictators,” is a school funded by the US Army that has given birth to numerous Latin American dictators and war criminals. Founded in 1946 in Fort Benning, Georgia, this school has trained leaders who are...

Project Censored - 2016-03-30 - Original post - cached version

Peter and Mickey open the program with a wide-ranging conversation with long-time social justice activist Medea Benjamin; the discussion covers topics from trade deals to drone warfare, as well as her latest project of trying to alert Americans about the human rights abuses committed by US ally...

Project Censored - 2016-03-29 - Original post - cached version

The Department of Education and school districts throughout the United States are working with billionaire families such as the Waltons and Hastings to undermine public education, Dustin Bielke reports. Instead of defending public education in pursuit of equity for all students, the Department...

Project Censored - 2016-03-29 - Original post - cached version

Describing an agreement between Turkey and the European Union to keep millions of refugees from entering Europe as “a deal between devils,” Glen Ford reports that Turkey has “cashed in on the people it has helped make homeless.” As Al Jazeera reported, Turkey accepted $3.3 billion from the...

Project Censored - 2016-03-29 - Original post - cached version

On March 3, 2016, Berta Isabel Cáceres Flores—a Honduran environmental activist, indigenous leader of the Lenca people, and co­founder and coordinator of the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH)—was assassinated. Cáceres was an internationally-known leader in the...

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College students with depression who feel isolated and reluctant to talk about their condition now have a platform where they can openly speak about eliminating the stigma associated with mental health problems. As George White reports, at Pierce College in Los Angeles students are sharing their...

Project Censored - 2016-03-25 - Original post - cached version

In Fort Davis, Texas, the Davis Mountains are home to the McDonald Observatory, a “multi-million dollar facility” (Santoro) where significant ongoing research is being threatened by light pollution from hydraulic fracturing and fossil fuels exploration, which has resulted in a 30% increase in...

Project Censored - 2016-03-25 - Original post - cached version

The major industrial enterprise E. I. du Pont de Nemours has been hiding studies on the deleterious effects the chemical C8 has on health for decades. C8 is a major surfactant component of Teflon, used in hundreds of different products including clothing, and furniture. C8 and other...

Project Censored - 2016-03-25 - Original post - cached version

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) celebrated its 50th birthday at the end of February and has pledged to try to eliminate extreme poverty as well as world hunger by 2030. The UNDP works in almost 170 different countries around the world. The UNDP is the primary UN agency focused on...

Project Censored - 2016-03-25 - Original post - cached version

In recent years the US has quietly ramped up its military presence across the African continent, even though “officially” the US has only one permanent base, Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti. Since the US opened that base, shortly after September 11, 2001, it has grown from 88 acres with 900 military...

Project Censored - 2016-03-25 - Original post - cached version

Monsanto’s use of a toxic pesticide, glyphosate, has been linked to rampant kidney disease in farmers and, according to a Vice News article, the death toll “has reached the tens of thousands.” Glyphosate, commonly known as RoundUp, is a weed killer that is made and used by Monsanto that “can...

Project Censored - 2016-03-22 - Original post - cached version

Contrary to the stereotype of apolitical Millenials, students at Sonoma State University in Northern California have organized a Social Justice Week, addressing issues from US foreign policy to local police-brutality cases. Today’s guests are student organizers or guests taking part in Social...

Project Censored - 2016-03-15 - Original post - cached version

Cuban diplomat Miguel Farga discusses Cuban society and government, and makes the case for Congress to end the US trade embargo against Cuba. Miguel Farga is First Secretary of the Cuban embassy in Washington, DC. Listen to this radio show here

The post Cuban diplomat Miguel Farga...

Project Censored - 2016-03-10 - Original post - cached version

Project Censored cordially invites you to attend the Media Freedom Summit: Celebrating 40 Years of Project Censored, to be held at Sonoma State University (SSU) in scenic Northern California on October 21-22, 2016. The Summit will be an opportunity for journalists, students, faculty, activists,...

Project Censored - 2016-03-06 - Original post - cached version

Check out the Event Poster and Schedule Here Social Justice Week Kick Off: Monday March 21st 11am to 1pm – Sponsors and Organizations Tabling in Seawolf Plaza (outside of Student Center) Police Brutality Coalition Demonstration: Re-enactment of jail beatings Monday Events: Ballroom B 1:00-2:00pm...

Project Censored - 2016-03-04 - Original post - cached version

2nd TUESDAY NIGHTS @ Aqus Café, 189 H St. at 2nd Petaluma, CA Tuesday, March 8th, 6:30pm – Free! FACING FUKUSHIMA Five Years Later John Bertucci of Fukushima Response will join Professor Mickey Huff, Director of Project Censored, in conversation with SSU student researchers What’s happening with...

Project Censored - 2016-02-22 - Original post - cached version

Peter and Mickey spend the hour in conversation with author/educator Henry Giroux. Giroux explains the concept of ‘critical pedagogy,’ and the pivotal role that education plays for the whole of society. He warns of the increasing domination of the world by the ultra-rich, and a new form of anti-...

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