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Social-Justice and Environmental Issues

Mickey and guest co-host Michael Levitin address four social-justice and environmental issues:
With a measure to legalize recreation marijuna use on November’s California ballot, Mark Armstrong explains how creating a state bank — among other benefits — could aid the financial side of marijuana growing. Adam Carpinelli looks at what’s behind the recent prison-work strikes, and summarizes the cases of some US political prisoners. Sarah van Gelder discusses the historic Standing Rock resistance to the Dakota-Access Pipeline. Finally, David Reed explains some of the regulatory complexities surrounding fracking in California.
Mark Armstrong is co-founder of the Public Banking Institute.
Adam Carpinelli is with the Jericho Movement; he also hosts a KBOO-FM program that focuses on prison issues.
Sarah van Gelder is cofounder and editor of YES Magazine.
David Reed is managing director of the Environmental Action Center in Washington, DC.

Broadcast from Berkeley–Hard hitting News and Public Affairs with hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips of Project Censored. Producer: Anthony Fest. Engineer: Erica Bridgeman. The mission of Project Censored is to teach students and the public about the role of a free press in a free society and to tell the News that Didn’t Make the News and Why. This show was broadcast Live on KPFA last Friday.


This show was broadcast on November 1, 2016.

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