Project Censored Annual Awards – Top 25 Stories: 2009-2010
& Censored 2011 Book Celebration

Saturday, February 5, 2:30-9pm, Berkeley!

Please join the Project Censored team celebrating their 35th year and release of Censored 2011 book! Project Censored and Media Freedom Foundation Board members and student interns are gathering to acknowledge our collaborative work and past year’s top stories.

There will be a full day of events beginning with afternoon panels including the ongoing Truth Emergency with Peter Phillips, Mickey Huff, Cynthia Boaz, Robert Abele and other Project Censored authors and award winners; the Fair Share of the Common Heritage discussion with Kenn Burrows, James Boyce, Clifford Cobb, and Dorothy Andersen; followed by a reception with Censored 2011 authors and award winners; and an evening of celebrations emceed by Berkeley’s Nora Barrows-Friedman, investigative journalist, with keynote by Tracy Rosenberg of Media Alliance. Music provided by Vic Sadot and Kevin Glaz. * The Fair Share of the Common Heritage Award in Honor of Alfred F. Andersen.

Location: Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists @1924 Cedar (at Bonita), Berkeley, CA.

Schedule of the Day’s Events:

– 2:30-3:45 P.M- Truth Emergency Panel (Fireside Room, BFUU on Bonita, not wheel chair accessible) – free to the public

– 4-5:30 P.M- Fair Share of the Common Heritage Discussion (Fireside Room) – free to the public

* Note: the evening events beginning at 6 P.M. are sliding scale $5-20, no one turned away for lack of funds.

– 6-7 P.M.- Reception/Light Fare/Socializing/Music (iBFUU main hall, corner of Cedar and Bonita, is wheel chair accessible)

-7-9 P.M.- Project Censored Award Celebration – 7:15-9 P.M. (BFUU main hall, same as Reception), Emceed by Nora Barrows-Friedman, with Keynote: Tracy Rosenberg of Media Alliance, Project Censored authors, and more…

Come for part of the program or come for all!

Help celebrate media democracy in action with Project Censored!

Co-sponsored by Project Censored/Media Freedom Foundation, BFUU Social Justice Committee, Flashpoints at KPFA, No Lies Radio (streaming the evening events live at, Media Alliance, Seven Stories Press, and Justice in Nigeria Now.


One Comment to “Project Censored Annual Awards: Top 25 MOST CENSORED stories!”

  • take particular notice of the 14th and 1st. the one is about the coming of the much worse economic collapse pending… and the other on the suppressed findings about the explosives discovered in the few fragments left unmelted from 911…

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