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Features

  • Edward S. Herman, assessing the relevance of the Herman-Chomsky “propaganda model” on its thirtieth anniversary
  • Ralph Nader, on citizen action and mass media censorship
  • Rachael Jolley, editor of the Index on Censorship
  • Gennie Gebhart of the Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • The new American authoritarianism, by Nolan Higdon and Nicholas L. Baham III
  • Defamation law and free speech, by Elizabeth Blakey
  • An original comic by Adam Bessie and Peter Glanting on “Trump Universe.”
  • The Top 25 Censored news stories of 2016-2017
  • Rundown on the Junk Food News and News Abuse that diverted public attention from real and vital reporting
  • A foreword by Deepa Kumar, author of Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire, and recipient of the 2016 Dallas Smythe Award.
 

Project Censored 2018: Book Launch

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 Censored 2018
Press Freedoms in a "Post-Truth" Society:

The Top Censored Stories and Media Analysis of 2016-2017

Susan Rahman, Professor of Behavioral Sciences
with Student Panelists:
Caitlin McCoy   Zeinab Benchakroun   Bri Silva   Liliana Valdez Madera   Joselyne Quiroz
October 24, 2017
College of Marin Library, Kentfield

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