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Slowing Cargo Ships Helps Save Ozone Layer

This story is about cargo ships slowing down to enter ports to cut down on pollution. According to the University of California, if a cargo ship goes from 25 to 30 miles an hour to just around fifteen mile an hour, it would cut down on nitrogen oxides which is the main ingredient in smog by […]

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Persons with Low Level HIV, No Duty to Disclose to Sex Partners

The Supreme Court in Ottawa ruled that as long people living with HIV have low levels of the virus and use a condom they do not have to report their viral status to the people with whom they are sexually active. The court believes that since the medical treatment has improved since 1998 there really […]

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Ethiopian Soldiers Commit Torture, Rape

On the east coast of Africa lies Ethiopia, a country that has recently suffered new villagization abuses. On April 2012, an attack occurred by unidentified armed men on the Saudi Star Agricultural Development Plc. The gunmen killed one Pakistani and four Ethiopian employees. The Ethiopian military responded to the attack with arbitrary arrest, rape, forced […]

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Resisting the Cancervative Agenda

This story is about how last spring the conservative Canadian government started denying chemotherapy to immigrants; not only that, they are forcing native Canadian communities to live amid carcinogenic tar sands. Chemotherapy uses chemical agents to treat diseases, infections, and other disorders, especially cancer. Carcinogenic Tar sands oil is a high carbon fuel strip- mined […]

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Saudi Arabia unsolicited monitoring of women’s travels

In Saudi Arabia there has been unsolicited monitoring of women during their travels. Word had gotten out that the women were being monitored electronically as they left the country. The women of Saudi Arabia are already some of the most oppressed and restricted in the world. With that said, in past years there has been […]

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Needy Airmen to Receive Free ‘Turkeys for Christ’ from Law-Breaking Evangelical Slaughterhouse

During Thanksgiving many organizations sent out turkey donations to help our troops, mostly to help the young enlisted service members who have family to support. Now, many of these organizations do this to help; however there are others that have the wrong intentions. One company in question is HOUSE OF RAEFORD which is one of […]

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US Government Medicates Citizens without Consent

This story examines the ethical issues of water fluoridation. Fluoridation in the United State began in the early 1945. Grand Rapids, Michigan became the first city to implement community water fluoridation. By 2008, more than 72 percent of the U.S water supplies have been fluoridated (CDC, 2010). While claims have been made that fluoride added […]

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Opposition to U.S. Bases (in Okinawa) Reaches Turning Point

US Military bases have exceeded their welcome in Japan. Our country has placed themselves on Japanese soil in the year 1945 towards the end of World War II; which of course was against more than 1 million Okinawan people’s wishes. Throughout the years the main issue the Okinawan people had was their alarming concern over […]

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The Toxic Truth

The people of Abidjan in Côte d’Ivoire are suffering. On August 20, 2006 the people of Abidjan woke up to a foul-smell: a company called Trafigura had dumped toxic waste off their boat, the Probo Kola, around numerous places in their city. More than 100,000 people of Abidjan have been affected, but it’s likely that […]

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Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Los Angeles, California: A Latino teen from East Lost Angeles, Mario Rocha, was convicted of first-degree murder and attempted murder. Rocha was tried as an adult and was sentenced to life in prison. But was he actually guilty? He attended a party in Holland Park, California where a young man was shot and killed, another, […]

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Greed’s Contamination

High levels of arsenic have been found in the soil and ground water near a gold mine in the south Indian state of Karnataka. Arsenic is defined as “a grayish-white element having a metallic luster, vaporizing when heated and forming poisonous compounds.” Arsenic cannot be boiled out of the contaminated water supply since it will […]

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Flaws in the System

David Kwiatkowski a traveling medical technician is accused of contaminating possibly dozens of patients with the Hepatitis C virus. This could have easily been avoided had there been a national database for all healthcare workers. This story begins as 33 year old traveling Radiology technician began a temporary job at the University of Pittsburg Medical […]

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Corporate Mainstream Media Stigmatizes Hispanics

The United States of America is an ever-growing country with people of divers backgrounds. Latinos are one of the more abundant groups of people with different racial backgrounds. Latin American numbers in the U.S are ever increasing . They are becoming a driving force in labor and are beginning to become more active in politics […]

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Grieving family wins right to harvest eggs from daughter who died in car crash

If a woman does not reproduce when she is alive then she shall never reproduce, or shall she? Scientific studies have proven that collection of a woman’s egg or a man’s semen can be used to reproduce even after death. This story is regarding the case of Chen Aida Ayash, a young seventeen year old […]

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Uganda’s Anti-Gay Bill: No Death Penalty, Life in Prison Still Possible

For the past few years, Uganda has been making news around the world for a steady and unsettling increase in homophobia and hatred directed at homosexuals. In 2009, a homosexuality conference took place, and among the speakers condemning homosexuality were three American Evangelical speakers. About a month later, a now-infamous bill was introduced to legislation […]

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UN Troops, To Blame for Cholera Epidemic in Haiti

In October 2010, the United Nations brought an epidemic to the already unstable nation of Haiti. This epidemic is referred to as the cholera epidemic which struck Haiti over two years ago. The epidemic was caused by UN troops dumping human waste into Haiti’s main drinking water supply. More than 7,600 Haitians have died, and […]

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Americans Consume Nearly 200 Pounds of GMOs Each Year

Lisa Garber, a researcher from the Natural Society, found that, each year, average Americans eat more than their body weight in genetically modified food. Some foods found in the store that are genetically modified are apples, corn, coffee, strawberries, and sugar cane. Some of these products are used to feed animals in order for them […]

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Google report reveals sharp increase in government requests for users’ data

On Tuesday November 13th, 2012 at 11 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, The website of the London newspaper, The Guardian, posted an article titled “Google report reveals sharp increase in government requests for users’ data”. The article was written by Dominic Rushe of New York, who is a US business correspondent for the Guardian. In the […]

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Live Video Stream from Santa Rosa California Censored 2013 Book Release

For those whom didn’t get a chance to see the Dec 1rst Book Release Party event live here you go!

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Project Censored Book Release Celebration Party December 1, 2012

7:00 P.M. Social Hour 8:00 P.M. Program $15 Suggested Donation No one turned away Arlene Francis Center for Spirit, Art, and Politics 99 6th Street, Santa Rosa, California Please join Mickey Huff, Andy Roth, Peter Phillips, and many other writers and researchers who contributed to the new Censored 2013 yearbook. From signs of an emerging […]

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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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Project Censored 2013 is Now Available!

Censored 2013 acclaims the importance of independent journalism for democratic self-government, and it holds to account the corporate media for their failure to provide the public with complete, relevant news coverage. The book’s additional chapters include original analysis on drones and targeted killing, “GuatánamoSpeak,” the democracy movement in Kashmir, corporate education “reform,” the status of Iraqi […]

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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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Elite Class Folly in Sonoma County California

By Peter Phillips The September 29, 2012 opening of the Green Music Center (GMC) at Sonoma State University (SSU) was nothing less than a grand celebration of wealth and privilege. Beaded dresses, tuxedos, and political elites blended in a glorious aristocratic coming out. The ceremonious inauguration was a joining of the regional symphonic upper elites in […]

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Our Pitilessly Intoxicating Drones

By Andy Lee Roth The initial US response to the deadly attack on the nation’s Libyan embassy includes deploying spies, Marines, and drones. Current reports indicate that US drones operating in Libyan airspace will be limited to surveillance. But the decision to deploy them in this highly volatile situation ought to force American citizens to […]

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