Nolan and Nicholas spend this week’s show in conversation with author and historian Katherine Olmstead; their topic is “conspiracy culture in media.” Katherine Olmstead teaches History at the University of California Davis campus. She has written several books about 20th-Century US history, including “Real Enemies: Conspiracy Theories and American Democracy.”
In the first half of the show Mickey and Peter speak with three student researchers and their advisors at San Francisco State University about their current Project Censored research, and innovative new approaches to journalism. Then Chase Palmieri of Tribeworthy.com makes a return visit to the show, to offer an update on Tribeworthy’s progress.
Peter and Mickey speak with attorney Caitlin Henry and sociologist Laleh Behbehanian about the rise in state legislative efforts to suppress or punish political protest. At the end of the program, we hear an update about the Golden Rule, a historic sailboat used in anti-nuclear and pro-peace actions. The crew members of the Golden Rule, […]
In this week on the Project Censored Show we discuss sexism in U.S. society, the health care system, and how the media has impacted these topics. We then speak with Julie Frechette of Worchester State University about sexism and sexual harassment within media organizations, especially Fox News.
In this week’s Project Censored Show Program we examine some of the most recent news stories. We begin with the untimely death of Chris Cornell, and how corporate media frames individuals’ drug problems. We then discuss the multiple grounds for the impeachment of Donald Trump.