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February 21, 2013The Untold History of the United States! Project Censored and KPFA present Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick in conversation with historic whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg. Don’t miss this one night only event at the Grand Lake Theater in Oakland, CA. Thursday, February 21, 7 P.M. only $10 at the door or buy tickets online at http://www.
renaissancerialto.com. This event will screen the 3rd episode, “The Bomb,” of the 10 part Showtime series Untold History of the United States followed by a discussion with Stone and Kuznick led by Daniel Ellsberg. Screening, conversation, Q&A, book signing…don’t miss this ONE NIGHT ONLY event! This is a benefit for Project Censored/Media Freedom Foundation and KPFA Free Speech Radio. Hosted by professors Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips of Project Censored. Challenge official narratives. Expose censored interpretations of the past. Invite dialogue. Spread the word. We hope to see you there! This event will also be streamed live online and archived at NoLiesRadio.org.
Tags: daniel ellsberg, KPFA Free Speech Radio, Media Freedom Foundation, mickey huff, NoLiesRadio.org, Oliver Stone, Peter Kuznick, peter phillips, project censored, The Untold History of the United States
January 29, 2010From Daniel Ellsberg's article at Consortiumnews.com in memory of Howard Zinn: A day later, Howard Zinn was the last speaker at a large rally in Boston Common. I was at the back of a huge crowd, listening to him over loudspeakers. Twenty-seven years later, I can remember some of what he said. “On May Day in Washington, thousands of us were arrested for disturbing the peace. But there is no peace. We were really arrested because we were disturbing the war.” ... At the end of his comments, he said: “I want to speak now to some of the members of this audience, the plainclothes policemen among us, the military intelligence agents who are assigned to do surveillance. You are taking the part of secret police, spying on your fellow Americans. You should not be doing what you are doing. You should rethink it, and stop. You do not have to carry out orders that go against the grain of what it means to be an American.”