KPFA’s program Women at Risk with Carmen Reed March 8, 2011 covers Racial Harassment and Rape at SSU. Students tell their personal stories of racism and gang rape and the continuing lack of support on the Sonoma State University campus. The interviews can be heard in the archives of KPFA—link below. Interviews start at 1:17:22 […]
Dear Friends of Project Censored and KPFA, Mickey Huff and I have been volunteer hosts on the Thursday Morning Mix show on KPFA (8:00-9:00 AM) since late December. We have covered some very important topics including: US Economy and the Collapse of the Dollar, Immigrants Rights, Racism and White Privilege, Media as Entertainment, and the […]
By Brandon Fastman, 11/21/10 Wadner Pierre was studying Computer Science in 2004 when Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide was overthrown in a coup d’état. Soon after, Pierre’s step-father, a Catholic priest who protested Aristide’s overthrow, was thrown in jail. At that point Pierre decided he could no longer continue his studies without taking a stake in […]
The NSM rally is a huge provocation directed at the Latino, black, Asian and Arab communities of Los Angeles and the Southwest. The catchphrase of their name, “National Socialist,” is borrowed from the propaganda of the German Nazi Party which organized the racist subjugation and genocide of millions of Jews and other minorities before and during World War II. The NSM’s effort to organize a new campaign of racist propaganda and terror leading to another Holocaust cannot be tolerated in L.A., the birthplace of the immigrant rights movement. We must oppose them boldly, loudly and in large numbers.
Family Members Needed for Study on Law Enforcement Related Deaths The Investigative Sociology project at Sonoma State University (SSU) and Media Freedom Foundation are conducting a study on the commonalities of law enforcement related deaths in the United States. We are seeking to conduct telephone interviews with individuals in families of people who have died […]
United Nations special rapporteur Raquel Rolnik reports that the wealthy United States citizens are ignoring the ever growing homeless crisis while pumping billions in bank rescues. Rolick claims that instead of spending money on other expenses the United States should be putting more money into lifting its people out of homelessness and substandard, overcrowded housing. […]