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Fair Share of the Common Heritage on Project Censored

First up, Project Censored News, by Abby Martin of Media Roots – Background News on the Fair Share of the Common Heritage. Then, Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips from Project Censored interview Mary Lia, coordinator: Fair Share of the Common Heritage project, and Cliff Cobb, Co-editor: The Path to Justice: Following in the Footsteps of […]

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The Framing of Education Reform and the Status of Reporter Shield Laws on Project Censored

This week’s topics are the Framing of Educational Reform and the status of reporter shield laws. Plus, Project Censored News, by Abby Martin of Media Roots and Labor News with Steve Zeltzer. Broadcast from Berkeley–Hard hitting News and Public Affairs with rotating hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips of Project Censored on KPFA’s morning show. […]

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No Nukes Summer, Torture Flights, Discrimination at the Bohemian Club Camp, and more! on Project Censored

Project Censored News, by Abby Martin of Media Roots- Background News Global Wars. Then, Abby Martin and Peter Phillips interview in studio Sharat G. Lin and Charlotte Casey from the San Jose Peace and Justice Center: Topics: No Nukes Summer, Economic Crisis Series, Jeppersen Torture Flights. Next, Peter and Abby interview Debra Saunders —Gender Discrimination […]

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Censorship of the Cuban Five and the truth behind so-called Tort Reform on Project Censored

Project Censored News, by Abby Martin of Media Roots. Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips from Project Censored interview Alicia Jrapko—US Coordinator for the International Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban Five; Elizabeth Dalneiro; Susan Saladoff, director of film “Hot Coffee;” and attorney Richard Phelps. Also the labor news report from long time labor/community activist […]

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Fukushima, Media Spin, and the Politics of Nuclear Energy and Public Health on Project Censored

Project Censored News, by Abby Martin of Media Roots. Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips from Project Censored interview Anne Landman of PR Watch and independent journalist Dahr Jamail on media failures to cover seriousness of global impacts of Fukushima. Then an interview with W. David Kubiak and Steven Hoffman on potential consequences from Fukushima for […]

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