GCMLP Writing Team

Academic professionals and student writers
  • Police Shootings

    Who Dies at the Hands of US Police – And How Often?: Déjà vu Censored 2016

    Censored 2016 argued that the corporate media ignored the story “Who Dies at the Hands of US Police – And How Often.” The story covered how often law enforcement in the US use lethal force compared to other nations. The story also examined compared the racial disparities of law...
  • Spy Plane

    Fear of Government Spying is “Chilling” Writers’ Freedom of Expression: Déjà vu Censored 2016

    Censored 2016 argued that the story “Fear of Government Spying is “Chilling” Writers’ Freedom of Expression” was ignored by the corporate press. The story was originally published on January 5, 2015, by Lauren McCauley in Common Dreams. The story focused on how domestic government spying is leading writers’ fear...
  • Oil Industry Illegally Dumps Fracking Wastewater: Déjà vu Censored 2016

    Censored 2016 argued that the story “Oil Industry Illegally Dumps Fracking Wastewater” was ignored by the corporate press. The story originated from two October 2014 articles published by Dan Bacher of IndyBay and Russia Today. The story focuses on how chemical filled industrial water is being dumped into California’s...
  • US Military

    US Military Sexual Assault of Colombian Children: Déjà vu Censored 2016

    Censored 2016 argued that the story “US Military Sexual Assault of Colombian Children” was ignored by the corporate press. The story originated from a March 2015 Colombia Reports article written by Adriaan Alsema titled “At Least 54 Colombian Girls Sexually Abused by Immune US Military: Report.” The story explained...
  • Torture Picture

    Media ‘Whitewash’ Senate CIA Torture Report: Déjà vu Censored 2016

    Censored 2016 argued that the corporate press had censored the story “Media ‘Whitewash’ Senate CIA Torture Report.” The story covered how the media ignored the US Senate’s conclusions about US involvement in torturing individual’s around the world. Since April 2015, the corporate media has provided little to no coverage...
  • Jared Fogel at Army Base

    Corporate Media’s Fogel Folly on Transgender Abuse

    The corporate press continues to distract from news worthy stories by feeding the public a hefty dose of junk food news. The corporate press oft distracts the newsworthy story of transgender abuse to cover celebrities such as Caitlyn Jenner and Jared Fogle. These diversion techniques serve to hide the...
  • Oil Pump

    Corporate Media and Big Oil Coup

    Mark Twain titled the late19th century as The Gilded Age. An age where industry giants, otherwise known as robber barons, such as Andrew Carnage, J. D. Rockefeller, and JP Morgan dominated commerce and politics. It was an age where violent working class altercations with authorities in conjunction with protests...
  • #blackhistorymonth

    #BlackHistoryMonth

    In the short yet powerful video #BlackHistoryMonth, Las Positas College Student Cameron Gazaway, provides a window into the young African American male perspective on Black History Month. #BlackHistoryMonth argues that Black History Month acts to teach black perspectives rather than the lessons of racism. This powerful video is available...
  • Unprocessed Rape Kits

    Unprocessed Rape Kits

    The 23rd most censored story in Censored 2016 was Unprocessed Rape Kits. In this video, Santa Rosa Junior College students Brendan Dorsey and Haley Bollinger examine the local implications of this national story. Student Film Makers: Brendan Dorsey and Haley Bollinger Faculty Evaluator: Brian Antonson GCMLP Advisers: Christopher Oscar...