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Bryce Greene

Bryce Greene is a student at Indiana University/Bloomington.

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No Excuse for NPR's Distorted History of US Invasion of Afghanistan

NPR should present a clearer picture of historical events to provide proper context for their listeners, and to avoid legitimizing the ongoing, massively destructive policies of the United States by promoting official state mythology.

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What's Missing From Corporate Media's Ukraine Coverage

Most reporting in the current conflict leaves out the crucial role the U.S. has played in escalating tensions in the region.

Bryce Greene ·


NYT Erases US Economic War Against Venezuela

The New York Times has long played a role in supporting U.S. attempts to dominate Latin America.

Bryce Greene ·


After Socialist Victory in Bolivia, Media Still Whitewash Coup

U.S. media have a long history of reporting on Latin America that does more to please the State Department than to inform readers.

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As Bolivian Regime Delays Elections a Third Time, Media Continue to Ignore Coup

US media have a well-documented history of supporting right-wing coups and regimes around the world, and not much seems to be changing.

Bryce Greene ·


Media Are Slowly Starting to Be Serious About Police Violence

Only sustained media attention to such abuses will create the conditions for ongoing calls for justice to be answered.

Bryce Greene ·

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