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Nafeez Ahmed and Kevin Gosztola of Firedoglake

Nafeez Ahmed and Kevin Gosztola of Firedoglake

The program begins with a conversation with Kevin Gosztola, who writes for Firedoglake.com; Gosztola recounts his experiences in Ferguson, Missouri, in the days after the killing of black teen Michael Brown. Then Sunsara Taylor of Stoppatriarchy.org speaks from Texas about the continuing closures there of clinics offering abortions; Dennis Trainor of Acronym TV asks why even left-leaning media outlets […]

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Carl Dix

Carl Dix

Civil rights activist Carl Dix joins the program from Ferguson, Missouri, to discuss the police killing of black teen Michael Brown, and why Dix himself was singled out for arrest at one of the protests in Ferguson. The segment on police violence continues with an interview with Criminal Justice Professor Diana Grant of Sonoma State […]

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Nora-Barrows Friedman

Nora-Barrows Friedman

Why are thousands of Central American children and youth migrating to the U.S.? We get a look beyond the headlines with Vicki Cervantes of the Honduras Solidarity Network, and Arturo Vicsarra of School of the Americas Watch. Then long-time Mideast reporter Nora-Barrows Friedman discusses the Israeli attack on Gaza and what’s behind it. Listen to […]

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Peter at the Fellowship of Reconciliation

Peter at the Fellowship of Reconciliation

This week’s Project Censored Show presents a speech given by Peter Phillips at the Fellowship of Reconciliation’s annual conference on July 4, 2014. Peter spoke on “the Transnational Corporate Class, U-S NATO Empire, and Corporate Media Propaganda.” Listen here: Peter at the Fellowship of Reconciliation  

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Nolan Higdon and David Rovics

Nolan Higdon and David Rovics

Peter Phillips hosts with Project Censored Affiliate Faculty member Nolan Higdon. Mickey Huff had just returned from the National Whistle Blower Conference in Washington DC and joins by phone later in the show.  The  shows acknowledges the importance of protest songs in the struggle for human rights and social justice. David Rovics joins us for the airing […]

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