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Ethics Alerts (EAs) cover stories about serious ethical violations censored by corporate media–from fraud and embezzlement to willful endangerment of innocent lives, war crimes, and even mass murder. Written by students who have studied applied ethics at the university or college level, all EAs consist of two parts: (1) a synopsis of the story’s facts in the form of a Validated Independent News story (or VIN); and (2) an ethical analysis of the VIN, which reveals the seriousness of the ethical violation. This award-winning program adds a new analytic, editorial dimension to the citizen journalism that is emblematic of Project Censored.

What’s next for the United States?

Between the years of 1860 and 1861 eleven states in total decided to secede from the United States of America. After these states successfully seceded they became known as the Confederate states of America, and from this action sprung one of the most devastating wars this country has ever been a part of – the […]

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Saudi Deportation of Migrant Workers

In an effort to increase job opportunities for Saudi Arabian citizens, the Saudi government is detaining and deporting thousands of undocumented foreign migrant workers. Part of the deportation process includes detaining large populations in what has been described as “appalling” conditions. These detention centers have had reports of guard brutality, overcrowding, lack of food, and […]

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Just War Illusions

News outlets across America focus on issues pertaining to the American people such as universal health, gun control and same sex marriages. What about the humanitarian crises in Syria and across the globe? The United States and other superpowers have no interest in helping countries in turmoil. Instead they get involved only for economic and […]

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Journalist Calls for Accountability in Police Killings

When one thinks about law enforcement, it’s safe to assume that its purpose is to ensure the compliance of the law; its purpose is to serve the greater good of its people. If the law and government fail to give justice to its citizens, then what good is it? The government is meant to provide […]

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Is Making a Profit Worth Killing For?

There is a lot of hype within the media about wanting to find a cure for cancer. We all supposedly have a common commitment to the search for this cure. But is this true when large organizations are profiting from the non-existence of a cure? These industries such as the pharmaceutical companies, the healthcare companies, […]

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Nurses Accuse Hospital Giant of Pulling Billboards Exposing Price Gouging

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Law Enforcement Related Deaths in the US: “Justifiable Homicides” and the Impacts on Families

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