From Global Research:

Not only does the absence of media help to maintain a climate of impunity for those who would seek to harm, undermine or even annihilate Indigenous Peoples, it offers a platform of consent that perpetrators—including corporations, right-wing militias, NGOs and governments – can use to justify morally reprehensible acts.” Introduction to People Land Truth 2014, a publication of Intercontinental Cry


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This episode of the Global Research News Hour is dedicated to the memory of Carl Jensen (1929-2015), founder of Project Censored. .

On this week’s Global Research News Hour, the last regular program of 2015, we go over some of the major under-reported stories of the year.

We speak with John Ahniwanika Schertow, founder and editor of the on-line magazine about the major stories affecting the world’s Indigenous peoples and why even progressive alternative media often fail to report on them.

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Andy Lee Roth is an editor with Project Censored. He discusses significant stories from 2014-2015 that got significantly omitted or downplayed, such as the ongoing poisoning of the Pacific ocean by the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plants, and the global impacts…

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