Posted by PR Watch Admin on May 14, 2015

If you're a regular on the protest circuit, there's a pretty good chance that you've been sized up in what the cops call "threat assessment."

Posted by Rebekah Wilce on March 10, 2015

High school and middle school students walked out of class in Madison, Wisconsin on Monday and marched on the state capitol to demand justice for Tony Robinson, the young black man who was shot to death by Madison Police Officer Matthew Kenny on Friday evening, March 6.

Posted by Brendan Fischer on January 05, 2015

“You look out your window and see people protesting, and then look at ‘Selma,’ and it looks similar”

Posted by Jonas Persson on December 17, 2014

In a landmark decision, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced that his administration will ban fracking in the state.

Posted by PR Watch Admin on December 09, 2014

In the latest example of how consumers can pressure food companies to do the right thing, Stonyfield Farm became the second organic dairy company in five months to resign from the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA).

Posted by PR Watch Admin on November 25, 2014

With Black Friday days away, Walmart workers and their allies are gearing up for what they predict will be the largest strike in the retailer's history.

Posted by Rebekah Wilce on November 19, 2014

Monarch butterfly populations have declined over the last ten years. CMD joined scientists and other groups in calling for their protection.

Posted by Mary Bottari on November 07, 2014

In Richmond, CA, three seats on the City Council were up for election; the city also stood to elect a new mayor. Nothing unusual in this, perhaps, was it not for Chevron's $3.1 million dollar campaign to highjack the elections, which was first revealed by journalism student and former Center for Media and Democracy reporter, Harriet Rowan in the Berkeley publication Richmond Confidential.


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