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Public Good Project: Shining a Light on the Blind Spots that Aid Hate Groups

PUBLIC GOOD PROJECT NEEDS YOUR HELP

 

 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA October 8, 2015 – Public Good Project — an investigative research network in the US and Canada — has been defending democracy for 21 years. Our volunteer researchers, analysts and journalists have led the pack in fighting the fascism, racism and fraud that threaten both civil society and indigenous nations. To keep our free public service available, though, we need your help.

Collaborating with IC Magazine, Public Good Project has provided key information on the convergence of Wall Street, the Tea Party and CERA — the “Ku Klux Klan of Indian country” — constituting the industrial-sponsored terrorism called Wise Use. As IC Editor-in-Chief and Public Good correspondent John Schertow remarked, “Defending democracy isn’t something we do as a career; we do it as a duty.”

Public Good and IC Magazine have had a unique and productive relationship. For instance, our research published at IC in April 2013 was first in world media to expose a nationwide campaign by CERA to terminate American Indian tribes. In July 2013, we collaborated with IC Magazine and Wrong Kind of Green collective to publish Communications in Conflict, an introduction to the topic of netwar.

In the very near future Public Good and IC will team up again to produce Mandates from God, a groundbreaking documentary film about white power, Indigenous Peoples and fossil fuel export.

Help us continue our vital work. Make a donation today!

Link to fundraiser: http://igg.me/at/publicgood/

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Public Good Project: Intrepid and Indispensable

Intercontinental Cry

October 27, 2015

 by John Ahni Schertow

 

With Wise Use fascism on the rise, and both mainstream media and Wall Street-funded NGOs cowering in fear, Public Good Project has been indispensable in illuminating this urgent threat, and intrepid in demonstrating how to combat it. Our work as volunteer journalists at IC Magazine has benefited immeasurably from the penetrating insight of Public Good researchers and analysts.

Public Good has just eight days left to raise the funds it needs to continue helping us drive a stake through the heart of this public relations monster of the power elite.

Head over to Indiegogo now to pitch in http://igg.me/at/publicgood/

 

[John Ahniwanika Schertow is an internationally recognized editor and publisher, a self-taught web developer and an award winning journalist of Kanienkehaka and mixed-European descent. For the past nine years, Ahni has served as the driving force behind Intercontinental Cry, an online magazine which he also founded. As a poet and freelance journalist, Ahni has been featured in the Guardian, Toward Freedom, the Dominion, Madre, Earth First, Swerve Magazine and several other publications. In 2011, Ahni won a Project Censored Award for his coverage of a coordinated military attack on Samburu Pastoralists in north central Kenya. In addition to his work as a journalist, Ahni provides a wide range of support to individuals and organizations around the world. He is frequently approached for his opinion and extensive knowledge of Indigenous struggles. Ahni is a regular guest on CKUW’s weekly radio program Warning Shots; a correspondent for the Public Good Project; and the Coordinator of the IC Translation Project. Email: intercontinentalcry [at] gmail.com Twitter: @indigenous_news]

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