Committee to Protect Journalists

Friday, September 13, 2002

Since the so-called "War on Terror" began, journalists in this country have watched as basic press freedoms have been curbed in the name of national security. But according to the Committee to Protect Journalists the situation is even worse for journalists working within already authoritarian regimes like Zimbabwe and Nepal. Host Bob Garfield talks to CPJ's deputy director, Joel Simon.
    Music Playlist
  • Peace Pipe
    Artist: Ben Allison

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