Mickey Huff Speaker Event for "Project Censored"

Mickey Huff Speaker Event

“Tell a story that someone else isn’t telling,” Mickey Huff, director of Project Censored and president of the Media Freedom Foundation, told a packed room of students, faculty, and visitors in the Von der Ahe Family suite at LMU’s William H. Hannon Library March 22. The Diablo Valley College professor touched on a multitude of topics such as junk food news, critical media literacy, and how everyone should read many news sources but especially independent sources. “We interrogate power systems,” Huff said of Project Censored’s books, podcasts, movies, and educational programs. The talk and workshop afterward were attended by a mix of journalism and communication studies classes and sponsored by both of those departments, as well as by the Center for Media Arts and a Just Society, the Dean of the Library, Phi Beta Kappa, the Global Policy Institute, and the Fletcher Jones Chair for Literature and Writing. Visit https://www.projectcensored.org/ to find out more about Project Censored.

Reported by Dakayla Hawkins