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My reaction to this is twofold.  On 
the one hand it is definitely of 
interest to me, because i am 
concerned about repression, 
suppression and violence in any 
country against various social 
categories including Journalists..  
On the other hand i'm accustomed to 
be informed of such things through 
the organizations or list serves etc 
that serve those various social 
categories, or through internet 
sources that are concerned about 
repression, suppression and violence 
in general.  For example, this list 
serve is supposed to serve the 
critical scientist and technical 
community on issues that directly 
impact it in reference to their 
roles as scientists etc.  Among the 
kinds of things that get posted, for 
example, are criticisms of those in 
the scientific community whose words 
or deeds besmirch the general 
reputation of scientists as positive 
contributors to society.  I'd like 
to know if there is a list serve or 
whatever that deals with Journalism 
for the People where not only could 
this url be posted but also the 
following:
<http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/393042/july-25-2011/norwegian-muslish-gunman-s-islam-esque-atrocity> 


    http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/393042/july-25-2011/norwegian-muslish-gunman-s-islam-esque-atrocity

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On 7/28/2011 3:26 PM, Michael Balter 
wrote:
> A new report from the Committee to 
> Protect Journalists.
>
> MB
>
> http://cpj.org/reports/2011/07/after-the-black-spring-cubas-new-repression.php
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> Adjunct Professor of Journalism,
> New York University
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>
> “Faced with the choice between 
> changing one’s mind and proving 
> that there is no need to do so, 
> almost everyone gets busy on the 
> proof."
>                                   
>                 --John Kenneth 
> Galbraith
>