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(Michael Welch)

2017 Year in Review: The Most Censored International, Indigenous, and Canadian Stories

Three observers comment on the most under-reported relevant stories of the past year


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Length: 0:59:16
Uploaded: 5 Jan, 2018

Recording Date: 5 Jan, 2018
Recording Location: CKUW 95.9FM in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Language: English
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Status: Complete, Ready to Air

Program Title: 2017 Year in Review: The Most Censored International, Indigenous, and Canadian Stories
Description: The Global Research News Hour opens the new year with a review of some of the stories that went under-reported or under-examined in 2017. We first hear from Andy Lee Roth, Associate Director of Project Censored about the media project's list of the Most Censored stories of 2017, and about their Censored 2018 publication. We next hear from John Schertow, Editor in Chief of Intercontinental Cry about the most suppressed stories involving Indigenous peoples and Indigenous struggle around the world. Finally, Patricia Elliott, Associate Professor at the University of Regina's School of Journalism, and a faculty advisor with Project Censored, examines two Canadian stories that went under-reported, and about the factors contibuting to suppression of relevant stories north of the 49th parallel.

Host(s): Michael Welch
Featured Speakers/Guests: Andy Lee Roth, Patricia Elliott, John Schertow

Credits: interviews by Michael Welch


Environment > Climate Change
Politics > Activism
Regional > United States
Regional > Canada > Saskatchewan
Society and Culture > Racism
Environment > Pollution
Regional > Latin America
Type: Weekly Program

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