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Fukushima: An Update from Japan

by Brian Covert When International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) officials praised the authorities in Japan in October 2011 for their “efficient” handling of the Fukushima nuclear accident seven months after it occurred, perhaps the organization was speaking a little too soon or thinking too wishfully. Or perhaps it had something to do with the head […]

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Financial Core of the Transnational Corporate Class

Financial Core of the Transnational Corporate Class

The Following is a Chapter from the Newest Book Project Censored Project Censored 2014: Fearless Speech in Fateful Times By Peter Phillips and Brady Osborne Introduction In this study, we decided to identify in detail the people on the boards of directors of the top ten asset management firms and the top ten most centralized corporations […]

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Psychology and the Prevention of War Trauma: An Article Rejected by American Psychologist

Psychology and the Prevention of War Trauma: An Article Rejected by American Psychologist

Written by Marc Pilisuk and Ines-Lena Mahr Author Note Marc Pilisuk, emeritus professor, University of California; professor, Saybrook University. He is a past President of the Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict and Violence. His awards for teaching, research, and action in peace, justice and transformative change include the 2011 Howard Zinn award from the Peace […]

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Occupying the Merchants of Death

Occupying the Merchants of Death

By Marc Pilisuk The foundations of injustice favoring the 1% are everywhere and Occupy has found many suitable targets among the corporate elite. The financial and extraction sectors have been clearly located (Phillips and Soeiro, 2012).  One target hard to find is the force that propels us toward nuclear war. The potential persists for nuclear […]

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Kent State: Was It about Civil Rights or 
Murdering Student Protesters?

This article is from the forthcoming book Censored 2013: Dispatches from the Media Revolution and intends to expose the lies of American leadership in order to uncensor the “unhistory” of the Kent State massacre, while also aiming toward justice and healing, as censoring the past impacts American Occupy protesters today. by Laurel Krause with Mickey […]

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