Hey Internet!

So, I’ve been away for a while. A long while. I’m currently wrapping up my junior year of college, and actually preparing for another move this summer! I am transferring schools and leaving Vermont! For those of you reading this who have experienced a New England winter- you understand why.

I have an exciting year ahead of me. I will be working on a documentary this summer, living in LA, and starting my senior year at a new school this coming Fall. I am looking forward to writing again, working on my book, and soaking up some West Coast sun!

One of my classes this semester partnered up with the amazing uncensored news site Project Censored. Each year the organization, currently run by Andy Roth and Mickey Huff, publish a book of the top 25 censored news stories in the country (U.S) – as well as many special reports from respected reporters, historians, scientists, and even political figure heads. Before the top 25 stories are selected college students all over the world dig for stories no one in mainstream media is discussing, and then research and write what Project Censored calls Validated Independent News stories. This class helped me become an even more critically engaged citizen – the scope of what isn’t talked about truly shocked me. Please see their website and check in daily!

I had two VINS published on the website, which are now up for vote to be placed in the yearly book. These are issues I think are extremely important that the US corporate news have completely dropped the ball on.

Greenland’s Meltwater: Europe’s Next Little Ice Age?

Fukushima’s Solution to Potential Melt Down? Frozen Ice Walls.

One Reply to “Published on Project Censored”

  1. Hello, my name is Miranda, I’m an eighth grade student and I’m doing a Proteus report on animal testing. I would be very grateful if you would allow me to interview you via email. I don’t know if you will get this in time but please email me at mirandakindoppmk@gmail.com at your earliest convenience.

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