Project Censored, Part 2: The New Normal Is More Normalized Censorship

Project Censored’s State of the Free Press 2022, edited by Andy Lee Roth and Mickey Huff, is available for preorder now. Published in collaboration with Random Lengths News, this is the second of two parts. Read the first five stories on the list here. 
6. Canary Mission Blacklists Pro-Palestinian Activists, Chilling Free-Speech Rights
Before the “critical race theory” moral panic fueled a nationwide uprising to censor discussions of race in education, there was an opposite moral panic decrying “cancel culture” stifling certain people—especially in education.

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Black Feminist Ayaan Hirsi Ali Raises The Alarm Over Importing Muslim Migrants To The West

As Americans worked around the clock to evacuate soldiers, diplomats, and allies earlier this year, hundreds of thousands of Afghans rushed to flee their war-torn country. Some drove to the nearest land borders in Pakistan, Turkmenistan, and Iran. The lucky ones found refuge in a handful of Western countries, while other countries strengthened border security measures to prevent any immigration whatsoever.
It is at this inauspicious moment that Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s latest book, “Prey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women’s Rights,” is remarkably prescient.

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In the Summer, Three Workplace Activists Were Making Waves at Apple. All Three Are Now Gone.

Last week, software engineer Cher Scarlett left Apple upon reaching a settlement with the company following months of workplace activism. Scarlett, who worked at Apple for a year and a half, is perhaps best known for her work with #AppleToo, an employee activist movement that seeks to collect and publicize concerns about pay equity, harassment, and other issues at the company. “I didn’t feel like I could feasibly continue to work and also advocate for others publicly,” Scarlett told me. “I felt like there was no place for me there.

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In the Summer, Three Workplace Activists Were Making Waves at Apple. All Three Are Now Gone.

Last week, software engineer Cher Scarlett left Apple upon reaching a settlement with the company following months of workplace activism. Scarlett, who worked at Apple for a year and a half, is perhaps best known for her work with #AppleToo, an employee activist movement that seeks to collect and publicize concerns about pay equity, harassment, and other issues at the company. “I didn’t feel like I could feasibly continue to work and also advocate for others publicly,” Scarlett told me. “I felt like there was no place for me there.

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In the Summer, Three Workplace Activists Were Making Waves at Apple. All Three Are Now Gone.

Last week, software engineer Cher Scarlett left Apple upon reaching a settlement with the company following months of workplace activism. Scarlett, who worked at Apple for a year and a half, is perhaps best known for her work with #AppleToo, an employee activist movement that seeks to collect and publicize concerns about pay equity, harassment, and other issues at the company. “I didn’t feel like I could feasibly continue to work and also advocate for others publicly,” Scarlett told me. “I felt like there was no place for me there.

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In the Summer, Three Workplace Activists Were Making Waves at Apple. All Three Are Now Gone.

Last week, software engineer Cher Scarlett left Apple upon reaching a settlement with the company following months of workplace activism. Scarlett, who worked at Apple for a year and a half, is perhaps best known for her work with #AppleToo, an employee activist movement that seeks to collect and publicize concerns about pay equity, harassment, and other issues at the company. “I didn’t feel like I could feasibly continue to work and also advocate for others publicly,” Scarlett told me. “I felt like there was no place for me there.

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Women still have to worry speaking up about their abusers will cost them their lives | Arwa Mahdawi

Women still have to worry speaking up about abuse will cost them their lives

Arwa Mahdawi

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai’s story is a chilling reminder when women speak up about sexual misconduct they tend to be punished for it

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai is missing after posting a statement about sexual assault. Photograph: Francis Malasig/EPA

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai is missing after posting a statement about sexual assault.

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Women still have to worry speaking up about their abusers will cost them their lives | Arwa Mahdawi

Women still have to worry speaking up about abuse will cost them their lives

Arwa Mahdawi

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai’s story is a chilling reminder when women speak up about sexual misconduct they tend to be punished for it

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai is missing after posting a statement about sexual assault. Photograph: Francis Malasig/EPA

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai is missing after posting a statement about sexual assault.

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Women still have to worry speaking up about their abusers will cost them their lives | Arwa Mahdawi

Women still have to worry speaking up about abuse will cost them their lives

Arwa Mahdawi

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai’s story is a chilling reminder when women speak up about sexual misconduct they tend to be punished for it

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai is missing after posting a statement about sexual assault. Photograph: Francis Malasig/EPA

Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai is missing after posting a statement about sexual assault.

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Kamala Harris’ low poll numbers reinforce her perceived incompetence

OPINION:
Former President Barack Obama’s closing argument to voters in Virginia last month was to ignore the phony outrage over the “trumped-up culture war.” Fortunately, Virginians ignored him instead. Radical societal transformation through social engineering is a leading goal of the far Left. Cultural Marxism requires dramatic shifts in societal norms to divide and shift power to institutions run by elites. 
One of the components of this “woke revolution” is embedding the philosophy of intersectionality into all aspects of American life.

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