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Project Censored Book Release Party!

Saturday–November 3rd–7:30PM  Moe’s Books 2476 Telegraph Avenue Berkeley, CA 94704 Join Project Censored and contributors to the 2013 edition of Censored: Dispatches from the Media Revolution in celebrating the new book’s publication.  The event is free and open to the public. From signs of an emerging police state, to NATO war crimes in Libya, and education “reform” as […]

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Colonel Ann Wright

Breaking the Israeli Naval Blockade by Sailing with Gaza’s exports  Wednesday—October 10—7:00 PM Cross & Crown Lutheran Church 5475 Snyder Ln., Rohnert Park, CA 94928  $10.00 donation:  Students, Seniors, and Occupiers $5— No one turned away Colonel Ann Wright is a former United States Army colonel and a U.S. diplomat who resigned in opposition to the Iraq War; one […]

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Greg Palast Returns to San Francisco Bay Area Sept. 24 & 25

with his new book Billionaires and Ballot Bandits     Berkeley                                         Santa Rosa Monday—September 24                    Tuesday—September 25 7:30 PM                                          7:00 PM St John’s Presbyterian Church            Glaser Center, UU Congregation 2727 College Avenue                        547 Mendocino Ave $10.00 donation at the door—no one turned away—Wheel chair Accessible   Benefit for Project Censored, Media Freedom Foundation, Flashpoints, KPFA in Berkeley and KRCB in Santa […]

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David Barsarmian: Author/Editor of Occupy the Economy: Challenging Capitalism

Speaking Wednesday September 19, 2012 —7:00 PM Cross & Crown Lutheran Church 5475 Snyder Ln., Rohnert Park, CA 94928 $10.00 donation:  Students, Seniors, and Occupiers $5— No one turned away Sponsored by Project Censored and Media Freedom Foundation in cooperation with SSU Sociology of Social Movements class David Barsamian is founder and director of Alternative Radio and […]

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The 15th Annual Progressive Festival

Sunday, July 22, 1:00 – 5:30 pm Walnut Park, Petaluma Blvd. No. and D Street, downtown Petaluma.  Every year the Progressive Festival is the premier political gathering in the North Bay and this year is co-hosted by The Petaluma Progressives and Occupy Petaluma. Always free to the public, the Festival will feature: A brand-new performance by the SAN FRANCISCO MIME […]

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Project Censored 2014
Receive a Free Project Censored "Top 25 Censored Stories" Book For Being a Member
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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