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Diane Bailey of the Natural Resources Defense Council

Diane Bailey of the Natural Resources Defense Council

For the July 18th  Project Censored Program on Pacifica co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips look at news that didn’t make the news, They  begin in discussion with president of the Society of Professional Journalists Dave Cuillier, who talks about the petition sent to President Obama last week, endorsed by over 40 media organizations, that calls for […]

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Ken Walden of What the World Could Be

Ken Walden of What the World Could Be

The Project Censored Show on Pacifica Radio, this week, Mickey Huff is joined by special guest host Ken Walden of What the World Could Be to discuss public banking for the 99%. Usual co-host Peter Phillips joins the program from Chile, where he is for National Journalism Day. Peter is traveling there for the week giving talks. They’ll […]

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4th of July Special

4th of July Special

For the July 4 Project Censored Show on Pacifica Radio,  Mickey Huff and  Peter Phillips pre-recorded a special program in honor of the 4th of July and American Independence. They examine the history of American Free Thought and the importance of Freedom of Inquiry to American Society.  Their guests include: Roderick Bradford producer of the four-hour documentary […]

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Mark Crispin Miller and Dave Lindorff

Mark Crispin Miller and Dave Lindorff

On the June 20 Project Censored Show on Pacifica Radio, Mickey Huff with Peter Phillips discuss the importance of challenging dominant establishment narratives in the US- Hidden History, the Forbidden Bookshelf, and the war on journalism continues at the Dept. of Homeland Security. We begin the conversation with activist and author Jon Gold about the […]

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Marty Bennett

Marty Bennett

Peter Phillips with guest host Marty Bennett Co-Chair, North Bay Jobs with Justice, examine the significance of the $15 an hour city-wide minimum wage recently approved by the City of Seattle and we will discuss the minimum wage and living wage campaigns across the SF Bay Area that are part of the national “Fight for […]

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