GCMLP Writing Team

Academic professionals and student writers
  • Sonoma County Climate Change Activists Summit

    No one has come up with the answer to climate change. That’s because there is no one answer. Climate change solutions are a gumbo with lots of chefs contributing to the stew. On the last day of July, Occupy Sonoma County hosted a gathering of local activists at the...
  • Understanding Social Media & Privacy

    Developed by University of Massachusetts Communication majors Molly McKinney, Allison Levin, Annamarie Wadiak, and Benjamin Mancall, under the guidance of Professor Allison Butler, these lesson plans are designed to teach pre-teens and teenagers how to make sense of social media and privacy. Each lesson has age-appropriate lessons and activities that...
  • FREE Resource for Educators and Consumers

    Dr. Allison Butler of Mass Media Literacy (MML) shares “Post-Election, Post-Truth : Using    Comprehensive Media Literacy to Assess and Evaluate News and Current Events.” The guide offers concepts and understandings using critical media literacy skills to evaluate the current, post-election news environment, including fake news, satire, and propaganda. The...
  • The Best Defense Against So-Called “Fake News” is Critical Media Literacy Education

    Dr. Susan Maret, Lecturer at the School of Information, San Jose State University, and Project Censored contributor to Censored 2017, is coeditor of several books on government secrecy, intelligence and information policy. In the wake of the recent outbreak of concern regarding so-called “fake news,” Dr. Maret shares this checklist...
  • VIDEO: Project Censored Director Mickey Huff at Ralph Nader’s historic Breaking Through Power event in Washington D.C., May 24th 2016

    Watch Project Censored Director Mickey Huff speak at Ralph Nader’s historic Breaking Through Power event in Washington D.C. on May 24th 2016, at Constitution Hall. The talk focuses on Huff’s research and publications with Project Censored and the importance of critical media literacy and civic engagement in education as...
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    Stealing the Election

    How can the party of rich white men who represent 21% of the electorate, the Republicans, win? What they can’t buy, they steal. One of the first moves to disenfranchise the American people in this century occurred after the 2000 election. It was Karl Rove’s Help America Vote Act...
  • The Media Freedom Summit: Celebrating 40 Years of Project Censored October 21-22, 2016 at Sonoma State University

    Please register for the Media Freedom Summit: Celebrating 40 Years of Project Censored, to be held at Sonoma State University (SSU) in scenic Northern California on October 21-22, 2016. The Summit will witness the official launch of the Global Critical Media Literacy Project (GCMLP at www.gcml.org ). The summit will include...
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    “Most Comprehensive” Assessment Yet Warns against Geoengineering Risks: Déjà vu Censored 2016

    Censored 2016 argued that the story of the “ ‘Most Comprehensive’ Assessment Yet Warns against Geoengineering Risks” was ignored by the corporate press. The story came from articles published in February and March 2015 by Tim McDonnell of Mother Jones, Robinson Meyer of the Atlantic, and Jeremy Schulman, of Mother...
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    ICREACH: The NSA’s Secret Search Engine: Déjà vu Censored 2016

    Censored 2016 argued that the story “ICREACH: The NSA’s Secret Search Engine” was ignored by the corporate press. The story was originally published in August 2014 by Ryan Gallagher of the Intercept, and Jack Crone of the Daily Mail (UK). The story focused on how the US Government’s National Security Administration...