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Live Video-Cast from Berkeley, California: Project Censored ‘Berkeley Roundtable’ Discussion

Coming Up Sat Mar 5th – 7:00 pm Pacific * 10:00 pm Eastern * 03:00 GMT

This event was live video-casted on March 5, 2011. The video archive is below.

LIVE VIDEO CAST from Berkeley, California –
Project Censored ‘Berkeley Roundtable’ Discussion!
projectcensoredlogo Live Video Cast from Berkeley, California: Project Censored ‘Berkeley Roundtable’ Discussion

LIVE VIDEO-CAST FROM BERKELEY —
Project Censored ‘Berkeley Roundtable’ Discussion!

Mickey Huff, director of Project Censored leads an impromptu discussion about a return to truthful reporting and communication in our troubled times. A dozen or more activists and concerned citizens came to participate in open dialogue about taking power away from the plutocracy and placing it back to the people whether in local banking, being the media, supporting each other, and not shying away from the most crucial issues we face as a society that now constitute a literal truth emergency. From 9/11 and election fraud to the private plunder of the commonwealth, all topics were on the table and people offered ideas for solutions for the issues we face.

If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area please attend in person to support Project Censored. When: Saturday, March 5, 2011 7:00PM Pacific Where: BFUU, Fireside Room, upstairs in the back, past the courtyard, 1606 Bonita, Berkeley, CA 94709 Admission: Free. Donations appreciated. The room is part of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalist complex that has held many outstanding social justice forums. Sorry, it is not wheel chair accessible, however you may watch the Live Video-Cast Here. There are many buses (the 15 runs on MLKJr.) and on Shattuck. Get off near Cedar (Bonita runs parallel to Shattuck and MLKJr.) It is between the North Berkeley and Downtown Berkeley BART Stations- about a 12 to 15 minute flat easy walk from those stations.


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