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JR Valrey from Prisoners of Conscience Committee—Block Report Radio Speaking at:

JR Valrey from Prisoners of Conscience Committee—Block Report Radio Speaking at: Sonoma State University – Monday, May 9, Stevenson Hall 1002, 7:00 PM Free to Students—General Public Suggested Donation $5-10 All proceeds to Support Block Radio JR Valey radio commentator and Prisoners of Conscience Committee’s Minister of Information, will be speaking on his new book […]

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REAL NEWS TOP 10 STORIES – 2011 -

- PRESENTS - REAL NEWS TOP 10 STORIES – 2011 - SF State Student Research - Monday, May 2 7 – 9:40 PM – HSS 213 Project Censored is a national effort to restore the quality of news. PC educates students and the public about the role of a free press in a free society […]

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Taboo News and Corporate Media

A Presentation by Peter Phillips, PhD Professor Sociology at Sonoma State University, President of Media Freedom Foundation and the former director of Project Censored Friday, February 25, 2011, 7 PM in the meeting room at Sudwerk, 2001 2nd Street, Davis, CA Dr. Phillips has written: “The corporate media in the United States are ignoring valid […]

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Project Censored Annual Awards and Censored 2011 Book Celebration

Afternoon and Evening of Saturday February 5th in Berkeley! Please join the Project Censored team celebrating their 35th year and release of Censored 2011 book! There will be a full day of events beginning with afternoon panels including the ongoing Truth Emergency with Peter Phillips, Mickey Huff, Cynthia Boaz, Robert Abele and other Project Censored […]

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KPFA Set To Launch New Morning Show With Diverse All-Volunteer Staff

Daily One-Hour Program With Local Emphasis Will Join Al-Jazeera News and Democracy Now! In Revamped Drive-Time Lineup Berkeley-Radio station KPFA (94.1-FM), the Pacifica Foundation’s Northern California outlet, is bringing back its Morning Show next week, anchored by veteran programmers from the station’s unpaid staff together with other Bay Area progressive journalists. The restored one-hour Morning […]

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Become a $5 monthly subscriber to Project Censored and as long as you are a member, every year we will send you the newest Project Censored Top 25 Most Censored Stories of the Year book. You can choose paperback or e-book, you can cancel your monthly support at any time, and your support is tax deductible. 

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