The Annual Book
Published each year by Seven Stories Press, featuring dispatches from the ongoing revolution in independent journalism, each book reports the year’s top-25 independent news stories, which corporate media have ignored, misrepresented, or censored; analyzes corporate “junk food” news and “news abuse;” highlights organizations that exemplify media democracy in action; and investigates hot topics in journalism and politics.
Education and Research
Project Censored educates students and the public about the crucial role of a free press for democratic self-government. Over the past three decades, more than 2,500 college students have developed their critical thinking and media literacy skills by conducting investigative research in Project Censored programs. Our affiliates program links together teachers and students from dozens of college and university campuses across the country and around the world.
The Project Censored Show airs as part of the Morning Mix on KPFA Pacifica Radio, 94.1 FM, live from Berkeley, CA Friday mornings, 8 A.M. Pacific time. Born in 2010, this public affairs program is co-hosted by Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips and rebroadcasts on several stations around the US, including the Progressive Radio Network and No Lies Radio, and is archived here and at KPFA.org.
Project Censored The Movie: Ending the Reign of Junk Food News
The award-winning documentary examines what’s wrong with today’s US news media and highlights the work of Project Censored, including its commitment to media literacy education as an antidote to top-down, managed news, propaganda, and censorship. You can see a trailer for the movie here.