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Mickey Huff  in studio with  Project Censored affiliate professor Nolan Higdon talks to Dr. Keith Kilty, professor eneritus at Ohio State College of Social Work, regarding poverty in America fifty years after the War on Poverty; then a  Project Censored Validated Independent News update concerning new attacks on academic freedom in TX at the bottom of the hour; and  return to the conversation on poverty with a focus on Northern CA with Ginny Browne and Marty Bennett; and Sarah van Gelder of YES!Magazine joins us for a looks at co-ops and gives us economic solutions to round out the show.

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Project Censored - 04/23/13

Project Censored Associate Director  Andy Roth Ph.D.  discusses the emerging evidence with health risks from cell phone and wireless radiation with Dr. Devra Davis, and electronics engineer Lloyd Morgan. During the 2nd half of the program Roth talks to Dr. Keith Kilty, professor eneritus at  Ohio State College of Social Work, who has put a human face on poverty in his eye-opening documentary, Ain’t I A Person. Roth also interviews Carl Patrick and Ruth Bird activists with the Sonoma County Solidarity Network who has been working with long term residents in Hotel Petaluma who are being forced out by a new Marin County landlord.

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Project Censored - 04/16/13

Today on the program we look at why people in the US continue to pay more for health care that any other industrialized county. Annually tens of thousands die from lack of care and Obama is now proposing cuts in Medicare. We first interview Dr. David Himmelstein is professor in the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College and co-founder of Physicians for a National Health Program. During the second half of the show we will talk to Dr. Margaret Flowers is a pediatrician from Baltimore who served as congressional fellow for PNHP

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Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips  interview Northern California journalists John Jensen and Elizabeth Larson who recently won a law suit against a Lake Country sheriff after he attempted to manipulate and censor their news reports about his activities. Near the bottom of the hour we speak with David Cobb of Move to Amend with an update on how big media censor challenges to corproate personhood; and we finish the hour speaking with Acacia O’Connor of the National Coalition Against Censorship about a recent case of book banning in Chicago Schools.

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Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips  interview Northern California journalists John Jensen and Elizabeth Larson who recently won a law suit against a Lake Country sheriff after he attempted to manipulate and censor their news reports about his activities. Near the bottom of the hour we speak with David Cobb of Move to Amend with an update on how big media censor challenges to corproate personhood; and we finish the hour speaking with Acacia O’Connor of the National Coalition Against Censorship about a recent case of book banning in Chicago Schools.

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