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Dec
03
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

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Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence. Subscribe today!

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

Extra! receives no money from advertisers or corporate underwriters, and depends on subscribers for its existence.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism.

Sep
27
2012

Extra! is FAIR's hard-hitting monthly magazine of well-documented media criticism

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Nov
21
2014

Mariame Kaba on Ferguson, Daphne Wysham on US/China Climate Deal

This week on CounterSpin: The imminent ruling by a St. Louis County grand jury about whether to indict Darren Wilson, the police officer who killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, has media focused on the possibility of violent demonstrations. But the issues raised by Brown's killing won't disappear no matter what the jury decides. We'll talk with educator and organizer Mariame Kaba about the bigger story.

Also this week: The White House's climate emissions deal with China was praised throughout the media as a big step in the right direction. One liberal columnist told readers not to listen to the 'yes but' naysayers. But critics of the deal are worth listening to; we'll speak with one, Daphne Wysham of the Center for Sustainable Economy.