climate change

  • Stormy with a Chance of Denial:

        Written by: Nichole Bonsteel Diablo Valley College? Edited by: Aimee Casey (Diablo Valley College) Faculty Advisor: Nolan Higdon (California State University, East Bay)   According to Dr. Carl Jensen, the founder of Project Censored, the term “Junk Food News” refers to the news stories covered extensively by...
  • Extreme Weather and Global Warming

    Written by: Ruben Saucedo (California Maritime Academy) Edited by: Aimee Casey (Diablo Valley College) Faculty Advisor: Nolan Higdon (California State University, East Bay)   In the United States, the corporate media dictates public information which heavily impacts the public opinion.  Stories of little importance permeate coverage and relegate relevant...
  • Global Epidemic of Electronic Waste

      Written by: Steven McCombs (California Maritime Academy) Edited by: Aimee Casey (Diablo Valley College) Faculty Advisor: Nolan Higdon (California State University, East Bay) Many stories go unreported by corporate news outlets. The issue of electronic waste was ranked the nineteenth most censored story according Project Censored’s annual publication...
  • No Smiles in Marrakech

    Written by Taylor Campbell (California Maritime Academy) Edited by Aimee Casey (Diablo Valley College) Faculty Advisor: Nolan Higdon (California State University, East Bay)   In ­­­November 2016, the corporate media covered the junk food news story “Young fan has adorable reaction to getting Steph Curry’s autograph” while the independent...
  • Kim Kardasian is Not the Bees Knees

      Written by Ruben Saucedo (California Maritime Academy) Edited by Aimee Casey (Diablo Valley College) Faculty Advisor: Nolan Higdon (California State University, East Bay)   News media articles can demonstrate very important events. However, some articles are shown to take away the spot light of the more important issues...