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The vital work of whistleblowers, and the dangers they face _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT This week’s program focuses on whistleblowers — their contributions to society, the retaliation they often endure, and the legal protections they need. Mickey’s guests are three whistleblowers, and a leader from an organization that supports whistleblowers. We learn… »»»

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Take Back Pride _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT June is LGBTQ Pride Month, but what remains today of Pride’s radical roots? Eleanor Goldfield hosts this week’s show, beginning with a summary of Pride, and noting its essential links with other liberation struggles. Then Jen Deerinwater joins… »»»

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Going Remote: A Teacher’s Journey _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Mickey’s guests for the hour are the creators of a forthcoming graphic book that explores the far-reaching consequences of replacing classroom teaching with remote instruction during the coronavirus pandemic. Author Adam Bessie and illustrator Peter Glanting collaborated on… »»»

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Living Earth Movement / Making A Life At The End Of The World _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Mickey’s guest for the first half of the program is the theologian and philosopher John Cobb. Their topic is the Living Earth Movement. Cobb explains the need for humanity to change its behavior so as to live in… »»»

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Abortion rights and access — what’s next? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT On May 2, 2022, a rare leak from the US Supreme Court revealed that the court was likely to reverse its historic 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision, which established a legal right to abortion. On this week’s Project… »»»

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Not-so-neutral Sweden / Follow the Pipelines _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT With Sweden seeking membership in NATO, a former party leader there says that beneath the country’s professed “neutrality” lies a pro-U.S. tilt, as well as a lucrative armaments industry. Farida al-Abani speaks with Eleanor Goldfield. In the second… »»»

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Global Civil War: Capitalism Post-Pandemic _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Mickey is joined by former co-host Peter Phillips and UCSB professor William Robinson; they discuss Robinson’s new book “Global Civil War.” Robinson says that the many types of digital technologies developed, enhanced and expanded in recent years have… »»»

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Fresh tech attacks on dissent / Corporate media weak on womens’ issues _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Mickey’s first guest, Alan MacLeod of Mint Press News, speaks about Pay Pal’s sudden cutoff of service to Mint Press, Consortium News, and other journalism sites that publish antiwar opinions and analysis; Mickey and Alan also discuss the… »»»

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The Importance of Resisting Book Banning _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT This week’s show rebroadcasts a recent online panel discussion about efforts to keep certain books away from children or youth, by removing the books from libraries. The panelists explore the possible motives for book bans, and why it’s… »»»

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Fighting wrongful convictions in court and in the press / Single-payer movement update _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT In the first half-hour of this week’s program, Mickey’s two guests explain the widespread problem of wrongful criminal convictions, and the obstacles that both legal investigators and journalists encounter when they try to uncover information. Then in the… »»»

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Big Tech shutting out voices of dissent _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT The subject of this week’s show is censorship by the giant online-media platforms. Author Chris Hedges speaks about Youtube deleting the entire catalog of his RT America program, “On Contact,” as well as other moves by corporate media… »»»

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Forest defenders in Atlanta / Corporate media failures on climate change _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Although there are no old-growth trees involved (as in some Western regions), Atlanta now has its own forest-protection organization. In the first segment of this week’s show, Eleanor speaks with a member of Defend the Atlanta Forest about… »»»

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Future of Public Media / Pauli Murray’s Revolutionary Life _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Looking ahead to the upcoming annual conference of the Alliance for Community Media West, Mickey speaks with two long-time activists in the community-media movement; they discuss the future of public-access cable channels and associated public / local media…. »»»

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Chris Hedges – Our Class: Trauma and Transformation in an American Prison _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Author Chris Hedges also teaches college-level courses for New Jersey state prison inmates. His new book, “Our Class,” explains what happened when Hedges taught a dramatic-literature course to inmates, then helped them write a play of their own… »»»

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Russian invades Ukraine, U.S. censors media _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT This week, Eleanor Goldfield hosts both segments of the show. Her first guest is Lee Camp, comedian and political writer, whose TV program (Redacted Tonight) ended with the recent shutdown of the Russia-funded RT America network. They discuss… »»»

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Ukraine: Possible nuclear disaster / Past mistakes / Prospects for peace _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Mickey and his guests examine the Russian invasion of Ukraine. First, Harvey Wasserman warns of the dangers of catastrophic radioactive contamination if one of Ukraine’s decrepit nuclear power plants is damaged in combat, or abandoned by its crews…. »»»

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Biden, Immigration and Intervention / Racism at Home, Colonialism Abroad _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT New co-host Eleanor Goldfield speaks first with Benjamin Norton, to learn how President Biden is “out-Trumping Trump” on immigration. Norton also offers an update on political conditions in Latin America. In the second half of the show, Eugene… »»»

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Ukraine: the Present Crisis and the History _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Mickey spends the hour with historian Peter Kuznick, who examines the current U.S. confrontation with Russia over Ukraine, summarizes the recent history of Ukraine, and emphasizes the urgency of settling the crisis peacefully. Peter Kuznick is Professor of… »»»

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Assange Update / Future of the Gulf / Fake Watchdog _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT After several interviews as a guest, Eleanor Goldfield joins the program as co-host with Mickey Huff. In the first segment of this week’s show, Kevin Gosztola delivers a brief update about Julian Assange’s case. Then Jayeesha Dutta speaks… »»»

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Assange update / Biden baiting Russia / tech giants sponsor media literacy?? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Assange update / Biden baiting Russia / tech giants sponsor media literacy?? Eleanor Goldfield returns to the program to address several topics in media and world events, including the ongoing scandal of Julian Assange’s imprisonment, the folly of… »»»

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Aviva Chomsky: Central America’s Forgotten History _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Aviva Chomsky: Central America’s Forgotten History Prof. Aviva Chomsky joined Mickey for a Zoom lecture in April 2021, an event presented by Project Censored and KPFA radio. The occasion was the release of her new book, which reexamines… »»»

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Pro-military Chinese movie irks NYT_on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Pro-military Chinese movie irks NYT Last year, Chinese producers released “The Battle at Lake Changjin,” a big-budget war movie celebrating a 1950 Chinese victory against US forces in the Korean War. A New York Times article criticized the… »»»

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American Exception / Brothers _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT American Exception / Brothers Mickey presents a discussion between political scientist Aaron Good and author David Talbot, on the subject of the JFK assassination. This conversation is excerpted from a recent interview Aaron Good did for his new… »»»

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Art Addressing Climate Change _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Art Addressing Climate Change How can the arts play a role in addressing the global warming crisis? A December 2021 exhibit at the Ceres Gallery in Manhattan featured the works of 12 artists on the subjects of climate… »»»

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Democracy Without Journalism? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Democracy Without Journalism? Mickey’s guest for the full hour is media scholar Victor Pickard of the University of Pennsylvania. They discuss Pickard’s latest book, “Democracy Without Journalism?” Pickard describes the dimensions of recent years’ precipitous drop in the… »»»

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Assange case update / Censorship by algorithm _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Assange case update / Censorship by algorithm Online journalist Kevin Gosztola returns to the program to deliver another update about the Julian Assange extradition case in the UK, and its disturbing implications for press freedom. Then we hear… »»»

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State of the Free Press 2022 _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT State of the Free Press 2022 Project Censored’s new annual volume will soon be available. “State of the Free Press 2022” includes the well-known ‘Top 25’ censored stories of the preceding year, as well as many more chapters… »»»

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Chris Hedges – Our Class: Trauma and Transformation in an American Prison _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Chris Hedges – Our Class: Trauma and Transformation in an American Prison Author Chris Hedges also teaches college-level courses for New Jersey state prison inmates. His new book, “Our Class,” explains what happened when Hedges taught a dramatic-literature… »»»

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How does digital media influence the young mind? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT How does digital media influence the young mind? How does the constant presence of smart phones and other digital devices affect the developing brains of young children? Media scholar Mary Rothschild has investigated this question, and offers her… »»»

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Lobbyist-Developer-Newspaper-Owner / Hidden Advertising _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Lobbyist-Developer-Newspaper-Owner / Hidden Advertising Should a political lobbyist and real estate investor also be the owner of a newspaper? Northern California’s Sonoma County provides a case study; lobbyist/investor Darius Anderson is also a principal owner of the county’s… »»»

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“The Culture of Despair” _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT “The Culture of Despair.” — Chris Hedges This week we present a rebroadcast of a speech delivered one year ago by journalist Chris Hedges. In a Zoom speech shortly after the 2020 election, Hedges spoke about the deeper… »»»

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The Assange Extradition Case, and Wikileaks’ Wide Impact _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT The Assange Extradition Case, and Wikileaks’ Wide Impact Online journalist Kevin Gosztola returns to the program to deliver an update about the Julian Assange extradition case in the UK, and its disturbing implications for press freedom. Then in… »»»

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Democracy Without Journalism? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Democracy Without Journalism? Mickey’s guest for the full hour is media scholar Victor Pickard of the University of Pennsylvania. They discuss Pickard’s latest book, “Democracy Without Journalism?” Pickard describes the dimensions of recent years’ precipitous drop in the… »»»

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Free-Assange Campaign / Whistleblowers _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Free-Assange Campaign / Whistleblowers With British courts nearing a possible decision on whether to extradite Julian Assange to the U.S., Jeff Mackler speaks about the campaign to free Assange. Then we hear a conversation with online journalist Kevin… »»»

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On its tenth anniversary, a look back at Occupy Wall Street _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT On its tenth anniversary, a look back at Occupy Wall Street September 17, 2021 was the tenth anniversary of the start of Occupy Wall Street. Journalist Michael Levitin was there at its beginning, and among other roles, edited… »»»

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Facebook whistleblower’s disclosures: what’s new, what isn’t, what’s next? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Facebook whistleblower’s disclosures: what’s new, what isn’t, what’s next? In the aftermath of Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen’s testimony to Congress, Mickey and his guests look at the ongoing issues of social media’s social responsibility, or lack of responsibility…. »»»

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Sept 11, 20 Years On – Peace Groups’ Seminar, Part II _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Sept 11, 20 Years On – Peace Groups’ Seminar, Part II On the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Code Pink, Massachusetts Peace Action, Project Censored and other organizations held an online seminar on the worldwide toll… »»»

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Banned-Books Week 2021 / Occupy Wall Street 10th Anniversary _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Banned-Books Week 2021 / Occupy Wall Street 10th Anniversary This week is Banned-Books Week 2021, an annual affirmation of Americans’ right to read. In the first half of the program, Mickey and his guests look at some recent… »»»

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Sept 11, 20 Years On – Peace Groups’ Seminar _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Sept 11, 20 Years On – Peace Groups’ Seminar On the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Code Pink, Massachusetts Peace Action, Project Censored and other organizations held an online seminar on the worldwide toll of the… »»»

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Questions the 9/11 Commission never asked / Avoiding logical fallacies in activism _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Questions the 9/11 Commission never asked / Avoiding logical fallacies in activism As the nation marks 20 years since the Sept 11 attacks, Mickey interviews Ray McGinnis, the author of a new book that looks at numerous questions… »»»

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Did a teenage spy save the world? / Scholars resisting Big Ag _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Did a teenage spy save the world? / Scholars resisting Big Ag In the first segment, journalist Dave Lindorff shares the little-known story of Ted Hall (1925-1999), a teenage science prodigy who worked on the WWII Manhattan Project,… »»»

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Kucinich’s landmark battle / Making A Life At the End of the World _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Kucinich’s landmark battle / Making A Life At the End of the World Former Congressman and presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich is Mickey’s first guest; he’s written a new book (“The Division of Light and Power”) about a lonely… »»»

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Innovative new online literature, for a time of crisis _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Innovative new online literature, for a time of crisis Mickey’s guests for the hour are Susan Zakin and Steve Erickson. Zakin created the online journal www.JournalOfThePlagueYears.ink as a place for new literature and new kinds of literature, especially… »»»

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Adbusters update / Credder.com _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Adbusters update / Credder.com Mickey’s first guest is long-time media activist and “culture jammer” Kalle Lasn, the founder of Adbusters magazine,He summarizes the history of Adbusters, and explains some recent developments, including a decision by Canada’s dominant drug-store… »»»

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Examining post-WWII US history & deep state via a critique of a BBC show _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Examining post-WWII US history & deep state via a critique of a BBC show Mickey’s guest for the hour is political scientist Aaron Good. Good recently completed writing a critique of the latest BBC documentary from Adam Curtis… »»»

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Cancel This Book: The Progressive Case Against Cancel Culture _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Cancel This Book: The Progressive Case Against Cancel Culture This week’s program presents edited audio of a July 13, 2021 Zoom conversation in which Mickey hosted author Dan Kovalik. Kovalik spoke about his latest work, “Cancel This Book:… »»»

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Coverage of Biden’s 100 Days / Scholar examines left-populist media _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Coverage of Biden’s 100 Days / Scholar examines left-populist media How did the dominant corporate media cover Joe Biden’s first 100 days as President? And how has the media coverage of Biden differed from that given to Donald… »»»

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The Free Thought Movement in U.S. History _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT The Free Thought Movement in U.S. History This week’s program takes a look at the history of the Free Thought movement in the U-S, from its roots in the time of independence to its resurgence during the post-Civil… »»»

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Ralph Nader: “One Person CAN Make A Difference” _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Ralph Nader: “One Person CAN Make A Difference” On this week’s program, we hear a speech by the legendary political activist and consumer-rights advocate Ralph Nader. Nader outlines some of the most critical problems facing Americans, including exorbitant… »»»

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Aviva Chomsky: Central America’s Forgotten History _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Aviva Chomsky: Central America’s Forgotten History Prof. Aviva Chomsky joined Mickey for a Zoom lecture on April 29, an event presented by Project Censored and KPFA radio. The occasion was the release of her new book, which revisits… »»»

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What could life & media be without surveillance capitalism? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT What could life & media be without surveillance capitalism? This week’s program presents excerpts from a live online discussion co-produced by Project Censored and the Real News Network. The third and final episode in the series examining media… »»»

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Gaza massacre, truth massacre / New book on gig workers’ struggles _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Gaza massacre, truth massacre / New book on gig workers’ struggles Mickey’s first guest, independent journalist Abby Martin, provides background to the Israeli bombardments of Gaza, and explains how big U.S. media strenuously avoid presenting the truth about… »»»

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Can Democracy Exist in the Digital Era? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Can Democracy Exist in the Digital Era? This week’s program presents excerpts from a live online discussion co-produced by Project Censored and the Real News Network. The second in a series of three programs examining media and society… »»»

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Is Freedom Possible In The Digital Era? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Is Freedom Possible In The Digital Era? This week’s program presents excerpts from a live online discussion co-produced by Project Censored and the Real News Network. The first in a series of three programs examining life and media… »»»

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Cold War Truth Commission (part 2) _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Cold War Truth Commission (part 2) On March 21st, 2021, an alliance of peace organizations presented the Cold War Truth Commission, a day of online lectures and discussion about the origins of the Cold War, and the millions… »»»

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Cold War Truth Commission (part 1) _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Cold War Truth Commission (part 1) On March 21st, 2021, an alliance of peace organizations presented the Cold War Truth Commission, a day of online lectures and discussion about the origins of the Cold War, and the millions… »»»

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Unworthy Republic: The Dispossession of Native Americans _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Unworthy Republic: The Dispossession of Native Americans Historian Claudio Saunt joins the program for the hour to discuss the mass expulsion of American Indians from the southern US, an event that would later be remembered as the “trail… »»»

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the value of Critical Media Literacy, in the classroom and in the world _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT the value of Critical Media Literacy, in the classroom and in the world Today’s program focuses on the value of Critical Media Literacy, both to students and youth, and in wider public discourse. Mickey’s first guest, Alison Trope… »»»

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Grassroots Congressional candidate looks at 2021 / Perils of _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Grassroots Congressional candidate looks at 2021 / Perils of Mickey’s first guest is Shahid Buttar, who in 2020 ran against Speaker Nancy Pelosi for her seat in the House of Representatives; he speaks about prospects for progressive change… »»»

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Introducing the Markaz Review / New Gatekeepers: Algorithms _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Introducing the Markaz Review / New Gatekeepers: Algorithms Mickey’s guest for the first half of this week’s show is journalist Jordan Elgrably, editor of the new publication “the Markaz Review” www.themarkaz.org. They explore some of the subjects of… »»»

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Biden foreign policy 2 / videos promote fairer sentences _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Biden foreign policy 2 / videos promote fairer sentences In the first half of the program, peace organizer Medea Benjamin looks at the Biden Administration’s foreign policy, and finds mainly a series of disappointments. Then Rebecca Grace and… »»»

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A Tribute to Daniel Ellsberg _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT A Tribute to Daniel Ellsberg Aaron Good teaches at a Quaker school in Pennsylvania. He invited Daniel Ellsberg to speak to his class via Zoom, and also secretly invited several of Ellsberg’s fellow authors or whistleblowers, making the… »»»

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the National Park Service is betraying its mission_on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT the National Park Service is betraying its mission Today’s guests say that the National Park Service is betraying its mission at California’s Point Reyes National Seashore by favoring legacy cattle ranches and dairies over preservation of the land… »»»

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Limbaugh’s Legacy / Biden’s Foreign Policy _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Limbaugh’s Legacy / Biden’s Foreign Policy In light of the recent death of conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh, media scholar John K. Wilson rejoins the Project Censored Show to examine how Limbaugh changed US media and politics. Then… »»»

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Carol Anderson on “White Rage” _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Carol Anderson on “White Rage” Peter and Mickey spend the hour in conversation with Carol Anderson. Her book, “White Rage,” chronicles the history of white resistance and obstruction to African-American equality, from the Reconstruction period to modern times…. »»»

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Freedom of the Press on Campus… and more _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Freedom of the Press on Campus… and more Mickey’s guest for the hour is John K. Wilson, author of a recent report about freedom of the press on US college campuses. They speak about the findings of Wilson’s… »»»

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Tech Giant Censorship Reaches Project Censored _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT “Tech Giant Censorship Reaches” Last October, Project Censored cosponsored an online academic conference examining content censorship by tech giants, among other media issues. The proceedings of the conference were uploaded to You Tube and utilized by scholars and… »»»

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“Giants: The Global Power Elite”_on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT “Giants: The Global Power Elite”_ Although a new administration has taken office in Washington, the administrators of the world’s wealth have not changed. Project Censored presents a rebroadcast of “Giants: The Global Power Elite.” Project Censored Show cofounder… »»»

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The Coup d’Trump and the Corporate Media _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT The Coup d’Trump and the Corporate Media On January 6, 2021, mobs of violent right-wingers invaded the U.S. Capitol building, some of them threatening the lives of members of Congress. On January 13, Mickey Huff hosted an online… »»»

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Free is Bad / Implications of the Capitol Invasion _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Free is Bad / Implications of the Capitol Invasion Mickey’s first guest is veteran technology entrepreneur John Marshall. In his new book “Free is Bad,” he contends that internet users’ expectation that everything online should be provided free… »»»

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Julian Assange Court Rulings / U.S. Peace Memorial Foundation _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Julian Assange Court Rulings / U.S. Peace Memorial Foundation This week’s program begins with Kevin Gosztola’s analysis of the recent UK court rulings about Julian Assange; although the judge refused to allow Assange’s extradition to the U.S., Gosztola… »»»

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A Sept 9 murder and the Sept 11 attacks // Implications of remote college instruction_on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT A Sept 9 murder and the Sept 11 attacks // Implications of remote college instruction In the first half of the program, Aaron Good summarizes an article he co-wrote, about the September 9, 2001 murder of Afghan militia… »»»

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State of the Free Press 2021_on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT State of the Free Press 2021 Project Censored’s new annual volume is now available. “State of the Free Press 2021” includes the well-known ‘Top 25’ censored stories, as well as many additional chapters of media analysis. Mickey Huff… »»»

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“Slanted” / Coronavirus and Journalism _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT “Slanted” / Coronavirus and Journalism In the first half of the show, Sharyl Attkisson shares ideas from her new book Slanted. She contends that in recent years corporate and government forces have dramatically expanded their intervention into the… »»»

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Chris Hedges: The Culture of Despair. _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Chris Hedges: The Culture of Despair. In a Zoom speech delivered one week after the election, journalist Chris Hedges spoke about the much deeper forces of political and economic decay afflicting the US. This week’s Project Censored Show… »»»

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State of the Free Press 2021 _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT State of the Free Press 2021 Project Censored’s new annual volume is now available. “State of the Free Press 2021” includes the well-known ‘Top 25’ censored stories, as well as many additional chapters of media analysis. Mickey Huff… »»»

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The Other Slavery _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT The Other Slavery Author and history professor Andres Resendez speaks about “the other slavery” — the enslavement of millions of Native Americans from the time of Columbus to the 1900s, a subject often overlooked in history curricula. Resendez… »»»

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The Underside of 5G Wireless_on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT The Underside of 5G Wireless Technology companies are enthusiastically promoting the consumer benefits of fifth-generation (5G) wireless technology. But today’s guests say 5G will also bring an array of dangers — to human health and the world environment…. »»»

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Legacy of Ira Glasser / Lessons of the Holocaust _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Legacy of Ira Glasser / Lessons of the Holocaust Nico Perrino is the first guest on this week’s program; the topic is “Mighty Ira,” Perrino’s new documentary on the life and times of Ira Glasser. Glasser led the… »»»

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Election 2020, History, and Media _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Election 2020, History, and Media Historian Peter Kuznick is the first guest; he makes the case for Americans to ‘hold their noses’ and vote for Joe Biden, while also expressing pessimism about the direction a Biden administration is… »»»

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The Importance of Critical Media Literacy _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT The Importance of Critical Media Literacy October 26 through 30 was Media Literacy Week. Media scholar Nolan Higdon joined Mickey to explain why critical media literacy is an essential component of media education. Note: this program was recorded… »»»

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How does digital media influence the young mind? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT How does digital media influence the young mind? How does the constant presence of smart phones and other digital devices affect the developing brains of young children? Media scholar Mary Rothschild has investigated this question, and offers her… »»»

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Election won’t change violent foreign policy / How to make grassroots change _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Election won’t change violent foreign policy / How to make grassroots change Abby Martin returns to the program, to list the many ways Trump and Biden agree about foreign policy. She also explains her battle against a Georgia… »»»

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Ralph Nader: “One Person Can Make A Difference” _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Ralph Nader: “One Person Can Make A Difference” On this week’s program, we hear a speech by the legendary political activist and consumer-rights advocate Ralph Nader. Nader outlines some of the most critical problems facing Americans, including exorbitant… »»»

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Democracy Needs Journalism / Free Speech on Campus _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Democracy Needs Journalism / Free Speech on Campus With the November election drawing near, media analyst Nolan Higdon returns to the Project Censored Show to explain how fake news and biased media undermine democracy, and why individuals should… »»»

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Mickey Huff: Make America Think Again _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Mickey Huff: Make America Think Again As well as being director of Project Censored, Mickey Huff is a faculty member at California’s Diablo Valley College. This past April, he was invited to deliver the annual Faculty Lecture (via… »»»

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Assange extradition trial / Banned Books Week _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Assange extradition trial / Banned Books Week Mickey’s guest for the first half of the program is Kevin Gosztola, who is covering the UK extradition trial of Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange. The Trump Administration wants to prosecute… »»»

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September 11, nineteen years on _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT September 11, nineteen years on With the September 11, 2001 attacks now nineteen years past, Mickey hosts two truth-and-accountability activists still at work on unresolved issues. Jon Gold reviews the many failures of the 9/11 Commission and notes… »»»

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Sue Wilson on enforcing broadcasters’ public-interest obligations _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Sue Wilson on enforcing broadcasters’ public-interest obligations Reporter-turned-media-reformer Sue Wilson joins the program to remind listeners that in spite of extensive and destructive media deregulation, radio and TV stations still have a legal obligation to serve the public… »»»

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the conventions and the corporate media _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT the conventions and the corporate media With the Democratic and Republican conventions recently concluded, Mickey is joined by two media analysts to examine the substance and the coverage of those events, and to take note of other stories… »»»

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“White Rage”_on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT How does digital media influence the young mind? Peter and Mickey spend the hour in conversation with Carol Anderson. Her book, “White Rage,” chronicles the history of white resistance and obstruction to African-American equality, from the Reconstruction period… »»»

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How does digital media influence the young mind? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT How does digital media influence the young mind? How does the constant presence of smart phones and other digital devices affect the developing brains of young children? Media scholar Mary Rothschild has investigated this question, and offers her… »»»

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the Global Police State _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT the Global Police State Sociologist and author William I. Robinson returns to the program to speak about his forthcoming book, “The Global Police State,” from Pluto Press. Also on the program is sociologist and author Peter Phillips. For… »»»

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Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 75 years on _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Hiroshima and Nagasaki, 75 years on August 6th and 9th, 2020 mark the 75th anniversaries of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by U.S. forces. U.S. politicians and media personalities often claim that the bombings were the… »»»

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Private Interests on Public Land: the Case of Point Reyes _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Private Interests on Public Land: the Case of Point Reyes How do private interests maintain control over public land? Mickey and his guests explore the example of Point Reyes National Seashore in California, where commercial ranches and dairies… »»»

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Greg Palast on Stolen Elections / Ted Rall on the Democratic Party _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Greg Palast on Stolen Elections / Ted Rall on the Democratic Party Mickey welcomes two frequent guests back to the program, each with a new book on electoral politics. Greg Palast explains how biased politicians and election officials… »»»

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“American Nightmare: Facing the Challenge of Fascism” _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT “American Nightmare: Facing the Challenge of Fascism” Author and public intellectual Henry Giroux returns to the program to discuss his 2018 book, “American Nightmare: Facing the Challenge of Fascism.” Among his observations, he explains why the rise of… »»»

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American Exceptionalism and American Innocence _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT American Exceptionalism and American Innocence Mickey and Chase spend the hour in conversation with Danny Haiphong, co-author of the new book”American Exceptionalism and American Innocence.” He explains his thesis that, throughout U.S. history, “fake news has been the… »»»

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The Anatomy of Fake News_on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT The Anatomy of Fake News Mickey’s guest for the hour is Nolan Higdon; their subject is fake news, and Higdon’s forthcoming book “The Anatomy of Fake News.” Their discussion includes a look at the long history of fake… »»»

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Alternatives to policing — in the schools _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Alternatives to policing — in the schools As the concept of “defunding the police” is discussed nationwide, this week’s program offers an example of how to replace policing and discipline with community-based approaches. Mickey’s guests explain the theory,… »»»

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False “humanitarian” interventions / Police attacking journalists _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT False “humanitarian” interventions / Police attacking journalists Author Dan Kovalik joins the program to explain why the “humanitarian” wars of the U.S. and its allies only make life even worse for the people they ostensibly protect. Then free-press… »»»

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David Talbot: “Between Heaven and Hell” _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT David Talbot: “Between Heaven and Hell” Political / historical writer David Talbot’s latest book is also his first work of biography. “Between Heaven and Hell” is an account of the stroke he suffered, and its aftermath. This Project… »»»

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misleading _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT misleading Mickey’s first guest this week is Robin Andersen, who explains the misleading consequences of portraying the coronavirus crisis as a “war;” she and Mickey also review the media treatment of the police murder of George Floyd. Then… »»»

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Ralph Nader: “One Person Can Make A Difference” _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Ralph Nader: “One Person Can Make A Difference” On this week’s program, we hear a speech by the legendary political activist and consumer-rights advocate Ralph Nader. Nader outlines some of the most critical problems facing Americans, including exorbitant… »»»

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the Kent State Shootings, 50 Years Later (Part II) _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT the Kent State Shootings, 50 Years Later (Part II) 50 years have passed since Ohio National Guard troops opened fire on Kent State University students protesting the Vietnam War. Four students were killed and nine wounded. On this… »»»

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The Kent State Shootings, 50 Years Later _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT The Kent State Shootings, 50 Years Later 50 years have passed since Ohio National Guard troops opened fire on Kent State University students protesting the Vietnam War. Four students were killed and nine wounded. On this week’s program,… »»»

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Coronavirus and Media: Whose Stories Are Reported? _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Coronavirus and Media: Whose Stories Are Reported? This week’s program focuses on the media’s response to the Coronavirus epidemic. Mickey’s first guest, Nicholas Baham, outlines his “Covid Chronicles,” a continuing collection of interviews from people around the US… »»»

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The Coronavirus Crisis as a Signal to Change Global Priorities _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT The Coronavirus Crisis as a Signal to Change Global Priorities Historian Peter Kuznick returns to the Project Censored Show to discuss his latest project: working with a team of other scholars and activists tocreate and publicize a “Covid… »»»

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Queer Erasure / lawsuit says Youtube discriminates _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Queer Erasure / lawsuit says Youtube discriminates For the first half of the program, Andy Lee Roth describes his research indicating that Google and other internet giants are filtering out material from LGBT publications while allowing anti-gay hate… »»»

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Media Democracy In Action _on Project Censored

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Coming up every Tuesday and Saturday at 8 am Pacific * 11 am Eastern * 16:00 GMT Media Democracy In Action Mickey’s guest for the hour is media scholar Steve Macek of North Central College in suburban Chicago. Macek also compiled Chapter 2 of Censored 2020, “Media Democracy In Action.” He summarizes some of the… »»»

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