Critical Media Literacy Education is a Peaceful Means to Humanitarian Ends

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Critical Media Literacy Education is a Peaceful Means to Humanitarian Ends
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The 2022 Critical Media Literacy Conference of the Americas took place in Oakland, CA in late October. This week’s Project Censored Show presents excerpts from the plenary roundtable that addressed shortcomings of corporate media, each from a different perspective, and explained how a more critically media literate public and robust independent press could foster real humanitarian progress as we face multiple existential crises. Mickey Huff moderated the roundtable discussion which included Robin Anderson, who writes the media watch group FAIR, and for Project Censored; she is professor emerita at Fordham University; Maximilian Alvarez, editor-in-chief at The Real News Network; Eduardo Garcia; a freelance environmental journalist who writes on the climate crisis; and Mnar Adley, CEO and editor-in-chief at MintPress News

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“The Resistance” by 2 Cellos

The Project Censored Show:

Hosts: Mickey Huff & Eleanor Goldfield

Producers: Anthony Fest & Eleanor Goldfield