Bryce Greene

Bryce Greene is a student at Indiana University/Bloomington.

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"If the Times is concerned about the health and well-being of Venezuelans, the paper should focus its reporting on the U.S. government’s campaign to crush the Venezuelan economy and shatter its political system," writes Greene. Views
Sunday, December 20, 2020
NYT Erases US Economic War Against Venezuela
Last week, Venezuela held elections for the national assembly, the country’s main legislative body. Though turnout was at a historic low, President Nicolás Maduro’s United Socialist Party won a resounding victory. In the runup to the election, the New York Times ( 5/12/20 ) published a piece titled...
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Sunday, October 25, 2020
After Socialist Victory in Bolivia, Media Still Whitewash Coup
Bolivia’s Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) party won a decisive victory in the country’s presidential elections on Sunday, with its candidate Luis Arce apparently winning by a large enough margin to avoid a runoff, likely achieving an absolute majority. The leading opposing candidate, neoliberal...
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Supporters of Evo Morales demonstrate in Cochabamba, Bolivia in November of 2019. (Photo: RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP via Getty Images) Views
Thursday, August 06, 2020
As Bolivian Regime Delays Elections a Third Time, Media Continue to Ignore Coup
In the Bolivian elections last October 20, incumbent President Evo Morales of the Movement Toward Socialism party (MAS in Spanish) won a 10-point victory over his nearest challenger, as pre-election polls predicted . The next day, the Organization of American States issued a statement challenging...
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Though the first weekend of the protests saw fires, looting and unruly activism, media coverage generally lacked any serious analysis of the abusive police conduct. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images) Views
Tuesday, June 09, 2020
Media Are Slowly Starting to Be Serious About Police Violence
As the George Floyd protests against police violence erupted around the nation, a massive amount of evidence of police brutality was widely captured through social media. Unfortunately, very little of it made it to mainstream outlets until much later. For days, Twitter and Facebook were filled with...
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