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In the first half of the show, Mickey and Peter speak with three student researchers 
at San Francisco State University, and their faculty advisor, about their current Project Censored research, 
and about innovative new approaches to journalism itself.
 
Then Chase Palmieri of Tribeworthy.com makes a return visit to the show, to offer an update on Tribeworthy's progress. 
Tribeworthy's purpose is to offer news 'consumers' a site to collectively rate the quality of individual news stories.
 
 
 
Notes:
 
This is a rebroadcast of the Project Censored Show of June 11, 2017.
 
Bethany Surface, Malcolm Pinson and Audrey Johnson are students at San Francisco State University 
and members of the SFSU Project Censored Club; Kenn Burrows is faculty advisor to the club, 
and an lecturer in Holistic Health Studies.
 
Chase Palmieri is co-founder of Tribeworthy.com
 
Web site mentioned on this week's program:

www.tribeworthy.com

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On this special edition of the Project Censored Show, the co-editors of Poets Reading the News 
spend the hour looking back at some of the most important news stories of 2017, expressed via poetry. 
Elle Aviv Newton and Jenna Spagnolo present a dozen poems, each read by its author, addressing issues 
from gun violence to opiod deaths to global warming. 
 

Notes:
Web site mentioned on this program:

 
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This week, we present a speech delivered in April by the Project Censored Show's co-host Mickey Huff. 
His topic was "Critical Media Literacy: the Antidote to Fake News." He spoke at Sonoma State University, 
as one of the campus's Social Justice Week events.
Mickey Huff is director of Project Censored, co-host of the Project Censored radio program, and co-chair of 
the History department at Diablo Valley College in the San Francisco Bay area.
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Authors Peter Dale Scott and David Talbot join Mickey for a discussion of the now-popular phrase "deep state," 
and its implications. They also share their thoughts on the best way forward for the left in the Trump era.
Peter Dale Scott is a retired diplomat and prolific author on politics and history; among his books are "Deep Politics 
and the Death of JFK," and "Drugs, Oil and War." David Talbot is the founder of Salon.com, and now a columnist for 
the San Francisco Chronicle; his most recent book is "The Devil's Chessboard."  
 
This is a rebroadcast of the Project Censored program of March 13, 2017

Notes: 

Web sites mentioned on this program:
www.peterdalescott.net 
www.whowhatwhy.com
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Mickey's first guest is the multitalented Eleanor Goldfield. An artist, writer and social activist, 
she explains the connections between art and activism, as well as some of the many campaigns she's involved with, 
including net neutrality, pipeline safety, and alternative energy.
In the second half of the show, Project Censored associate director Andy Lee Roth joins Mickey for a discussion 
about the political history of "fake news." They also summarize some of the stories in Censored 2018, 
Project Censored's latest annual look at underreported stories and the state of journalism.

 

 
Program Notes:
 

Eleanor Goldfield is the creator of www.artkillingapathy.com

Andy Lee Roth teaches sociology at Citrus College in Southern California.
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For the first segment of the show, Mickey and Michael speak with independent journalist Dave Lindorff. 
In a recent Salon.com article, Lindorff contends that corporate-media denunciations of "fake news" 
are also intended to undermine the credibility of non-corporate alternative media.
Then Nolan Higdon joins the show as a guest, for a discussion of how to teach media literacy, 
despite neoliberal education doctines that deemphasize critical thinking and civic participation.
 
Program Notes:
 
Dave Lindorff is a widely-published independent journalist. His work is collected at www.thiscantbehappening.net
Nolan Higdon teaches communications and history at several colleges in the San Francisco Bay area.

Web sites mentioned in this week's show:
www.thiscantbehappening.net
www.salon.com
www.counterpunch.org
www.acmesmartmediaeducation.net
www.gcml.org
  

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As President Trump tries to undo the DACA program, Nolan and Nicholas 
speak with two young adults who were able to stay in the U.S. under DACA, 
but now face the possibility of deportation. Also on the show, a roundtable 
discussion about the FCC's plan to allow even more media-ownership consolidation.
 
the Project Censored Show:

 

Hosts: Nolan Higdon and Nicholas Baham
 

Originates at KPFA, 94.1 FM, Berkeley CA, Fridays 1-2 PM Pacific Time

Archives at 
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The first guest, documentary producer Robbie Leppzer, discusses his latest work, Power Struggle
It's an account of the grassroots campaign to shut down the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant, 
and the problems that remain after the plant's closure. Next, nuclear-power critics Arnie and 
Maggie Gunderson return to Project Censored to explain some of the continuing hazards facing 
Fukushima, Japan, years after the meltdown there. Finally, Poets Reading the News make 
a second appearance on the show.
 

Notes:
 

Robbie Leppzer is a film producer with over 30 documentaries to his credit.

Arnie and Maggie Gunderson left careers in the nuclear power industry to 
devote themselves to educating the public about nuclear power's hazards.

Elle Aviv Newton and Jenna Spagnolo are the co-editors of Poets Reading the News.

Web sites mentioned on this week's program:
www.turningtide.com
www.powerstrugglemovie.com
www.fairewinds.org

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Peter and Mickey spend the hour in conversation with author Carol Anderson. 
Her latest book, "White Rage," chronicles the history of white resistance and obstruction
to African-American equality, from the Reconstruction period to modern times.
 

Notes:
 
Carol Anderson is Professor of African-American Studies at Emory University in Atlanta. 
Her previous works include "Eyes Off the Prize" and "Bourgeois Radicals."  
 
This is a rebroadcast of the Project Censored Show of June 27, 2016. 
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For the first half of the show, Mickey's guests are Pratap Chatterjee and Khalil Bendib, co-authors of the new book Verax ('truth-teller'). A nonfiction graphic 'novel,' Verax examines the US electronic-surveillance programs, and the whistleblowers who exposed them.

Then, in the wake of the latest sexual-harassment scandals in Hollywood, media scholar Julie Frechette joins the show for a discussion of the #MeToo campaign, and how corporate media portrays issues of sexual harassment and violence, within and beyond the entertainment industry.
 
Notes:

Pratap Chatterjee is Executive Director of Corp Watch, and a veteran investigative journalist; 
his books include Halliburton's Army and Iraq, Inc.: A Profitable Occupation. 
Khalil Bendib is a political cartoonist and radio journalist.
Julie Frechette is Professor of Communication at Worcester State University in Massachusetts, 
and also co-president of the Action Coalition for Media Education.


Web sites mentioned on this week's program:
www.veraxcomic.net 
www.corpwatch.org
www.bendib.com 
www.acmesmartmediaeducation.net 

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