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Project Censored - 10.27.20

How does the constant presence of smart phones and other digital devices affect the developing brains of young children? 
Media scholar Mary Rothschild has investigated this question, and offers her surprising conclusions, as well as suggested 
strategies for parents and teachers to manage children's use of these devices.
Mary Rothschild has taught at Fordham and Adelphi Universities, and now offers consultations for parents and educators 
on managing children's media usage. 

This is a rebroadcast of a previously-aired Project Censored program.
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Music-break Information: 
1) "Pipeline" by the Alan Parsons Project
2) "L'Enfant" by Vangelis
3) "Simmer" by Lisa Hilton

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Project Censored - 10.21.20

Abby Martin returns to the program, to list the many ways Trump and Biden agree about foreign policy.
She also explains her battle against a Georgia law under which she was prevented from speaking at a public university there.
In the second half-hour, Eleanor Goldfield revisits the program and shares her observations about the US elections,
and what social justice advocates must do to foster genuine progress.



Abby Martin is an independent journalist, and the creator of "The Empire Files."
Previously, she hosted "Breaking the Set" on RT Television. Her web site is
Eleanor Goldfield is a journalist, artist and organizer; she recently produced "Hard Road of Hope,"
an award-winning documentary about peoples' resistance in West Virginia coal country.
Her web site is www.artkillingapathy.com

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Project Censored - 10.14.20

On this week's program, we hear a speech by the legendary political activist and consumer-rights advocate
Ralph Nader. Nader outlines some of the most critical problems facing Americans, including exorbitant military spending,
out-of-control corporations, and thousands of annual deaths in the workplace, or from lack of health care coverage.
But then he names some individuals who've made a difference in recent U.S. history, explains what students
can accomplish on campus, and how voters can hold legislators accountable. Nader spoke on March 5, 2018 at
Sonoma State University in northern California, as part of the campus's annual Social Justice Week Lecture Series.


This is a rebroadcast of a previously-aired Project Censored Show.

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the Project Censored Show:


Host: Mickey Huff

Producers: Anthony Fest and Dennis Murphy

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Project Censored - 10.06.20

With the November election drawing near, media analyst Nolan Higdon returns to the Project Censored Show
to explain how fake news and biased media undermine democracy, and why individuals should be "media citizens"
rather than "media consumers."
Then in the second half-hour, Nico Perrino joins the program to explain the results of a new study of freedom-of-speech
on US college campuses, based on a survey of 20,000 students at 55 schools. At which schools is freedom of speech most respected, and what policies should every college follow to protect it?
Nolan Higdon teaches history and media studies at California State University, East Bay, and writes extensively
for Project Censored. He is the author of "The Anatomy of Fake News" from the University of California Press.
Nico Perrino is vice-president for communications at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (www.thefire.org).
He also helped produce a forthcoming documentary "Mighty Ira," on the accomplishments of Ira Glasser at
the American Civil Liberties Union (www.mightyira.com).

Music-break information:

“L'Enfant” by Vangelis

“Blasting Cap” by Preston Reed
“Wasn't Born To Follow” by the Byrds

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