October 20, 2005

Fitrakis and Wasserman to be Honored by "Project Censored" for Coverage of 2004 Election

Free Press Publisher/Editor Bob Fitrakis and Senior Editor/Columnist
Harvey Wasserman have been cited by "Project Censored" for their
coverage of the theft of the 2004 election as writers of one of the
Most Censored stories of the year.
The Fitrakis/Wasserman by-line has become the leading indicator of
coverage of the theft, fraud and intimidation surrounding the Ohio
vote.  Rev. Jesse Jackson has called them "the Woodward and
Bernstein of the 2004 Election."
At a ceremony Saturday night, October 21, at California's Sonoma
State University, Fitrakis and Wasserman will be joined by columnists
and reporters such as Norman Solomon, Greg Palast and others. 
Each will speak on the need for true media scrutiny of how the GOP
stole yet another national election, with horrific results for America
and the world.
The Project Censored URL for the Fitrakis/Wasserman coverage is: 

The award ceremony is open to all for a $10 admission. 

For details, contact: Suze Cribbs; Project Censored; 707-664-3166.

Project Censored 2006 Book Release Celebration:
Sonoma State University’s Project Censored will celebrate the release
of Censored 2006, the annual issue of the most significant
undercovered news stories of the year. The Book Release Celebration
will be held in the Cooperage at Sonoma State University, 1801 East
Cotati Ave, Rohnert Park, CA, October 22, at 7:00pm.

The evening will include a pre-event reception with authors,
journalists, publishers, and Project Censored, including a book signing,

This event will be televised and is cosponsored by Media Alliance,
the San Francisco Bay Guardian, and the Nation Institute.
Admission $10.In peace...

Their book: Did George W. Bush Steal America's 2004 Election? (Paperback) By Bob Fitrakis, Steve Rosenfeld, Harvey Wasserman

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