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Top 25 of 1999

10. Environmental Student Activists Gunned Down On Chevron Oil Facility in Nigeria

Sources: AINFO NEWS SERVICE, Title: “Chevron in Nigeria—ERA Environmental Testimonies,” Date: July 10, 1998, Authors: Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria; PACIFICA RADIO—DEMOCRACY NOW, Title: “Drilling and Killing: Chevron and Nigeria’s Oil Dictatorship,” Date: Summer 1998, Authors: Amy Goodman and Jeremy Scahill SSU Censored Researchers: Michael McMurtrey and Craig Chapman SSU Faculty Evaluator: Les […]

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9. U.S. Tax Dollars Support Death Squads in Chiapas

Sources: SLINGSHOT, Title: “Mexico’s Military: Made in the USA,” Date: Summer 1998, Authors: Slingshot collective; DARK NIGHT FIELD NOTES, Title: “Bury My Heart At Acteal,” Author: Darrin Wood SSU Censored Researchers: Travis Duncan and Jason Gunnarson SSU Faculty Evaluators: Carol Tremmel and Francisco Vasquez On December 22, 1997, in the village of Acteal, in the […]

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8. Catholic Hospital Threaten Mergers Reproductive Rights for Women

Source: Ms., Title: “Women’s Health: A Casualty of Hospital Merger Mania,” Date: July/August 1998, Author: Christine Dinsmore SSU Censored Researchers: Jennifer Mintz and Yuki Ishizaki SSU Faculty Evaluators: Cindy Steams and Jeanette Koshar Nationwide hospital mergers with Roman Catholic Church medical facilities are threatening women’s access to abortions, sterilization, birth control, in vitro fertilization, fetal […]

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7. Gene Transfers Linked to Dangerous New Diseases

Sources: THIRD WORLD RESURGENCE, #92, Title: “Sowing Diseases, New and Old,” Authors: Mae-Wan Ho and Terje Traavik; THE ECOLOGIST, Title: “The Biotechnology Bubble,” Date: May/June 1998, Vol. 28, No. 3, Authors: Mae-Wan Ho, Hartmut Meyer, and Joe Cummins SSU Censored Researchers: Jennifer Mintz and Amber Manfree SSU Faculty Evaluator: Tom Lough The world is heading […]

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6. U.S. Nuclear Subverts U.N.’s Comprehensive Test Ban Treat

Source: THE NATION, Title: “Virtual Nukes—When is a Test Not a Test?,” Date: June 15, 1998, Author: Bill Mesler SSU Censored Researchers: Kelly Dahlstrom and Tom Ladegaard SSU Faculty Evaluator: Sue Garfin When scientists in India conducted a deep underground test on May 11, it was seen as a violation of the United Nation’s Comprehensive […]

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