Awards from Project Censored
Project Censored educates students and the public about the importance of a truly free press for democratic self-government. They expose and oppose news censorship, and promote independent investigative journalism, media literacy, and critical thinking. Dollars & Sense is proud to have been named to Project Censored's Top 25 Most Censored Stories lists for the following articles:
- Jamie Court, "Supremes Limit Punitive Damages", March/April 2004.
- Bob Feldman, "War on the Earth", March/April 2003.
- Arthur Stamoulis, "Slamming Shut Open Access", September/October 2002.
- Heather Boushey, "Good Times, Bad Times: Recession and the Welfare Debate," September/October 2002.
- Dena Montague and Frida Berrigan, "The Business of War in the Democratic Republic Of Congo: Who benefits?", July/August 2001.
- Danielle Knight, "United McNations", July/August 2000.
- Arvind Ganesan, "Corporation Crackdowns: Business Backs Brutality", May/June 1999.