DVC Faculty Lecture

Mickey HuffMake America Think Again:

How to Think Critically and Speak Civilly to Each Other in a Contentious Election Year (During a Pandemic)

Mickey Huff is director of Project Censored, founded in 1976, and the president of the nonprofit Media Freedom Foundation. Since 2009, has edited or coedited the annual volume of the Censored book series with Seven Stories Press in New York and has contributed numerous chapters to these works since 2008. His most recent books include United States of Distraction: Media Manipulation in Post-Truth America (and what we can do about it), co-authored with Nolan Higdon, published by City Lights Books in San Francisco (2019), and Censored 2020: Through the Looking Glass, co-edited with Andy Lee Roth (2019). In 2019, he was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists, NorCal Chapter, for their annual James Madison Freedom of Information, Beverly Kees Educator Award. He has co-authored essays on media and propaganda for several scholarly journals and news publications and helped script Project Censored’s latest documentary on fake news and critical media literacy, edited and narrated by Abby Martin (2020).

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Past Faculty Lecturers

  • 2019: Shelly Pierson
  • 2018 Toru Sugita, Art
  • 2017 Bruce Koller, Social Science
  • 2016 Laury Fischer, English
  • 2015 Marcia Goodman, English
  • 2014 Katrina Keating, Math
  • 2013 Glenn Appell, Music
  • 2012 Steve Johnson, Social Science
  • 2011 David Vela, English
  • 2010 Nancy Zink, English
  • 2009 Kathleen Costa, Counseling
  • 2007 Manuel Gonzales, History
  • 2006 Rick Gelinas, Biology
  • 2005 Ed Trujillo, Performing Arts
  • 2004 Tom Chatagnier, Phy. Science
  • 2003 Barbara Sawyer, English
  • 2002 Raymon Stansbury, Fine Arts
  • 2001 George Turner, Physical Science
  • 2000 Bruce Reeves, English
  • 1999 Joe Nystrom, Humanities
  • 1998 Suzanne Miller, Mathematics
  • 1997 Lynn MacMichael, Humanities
  • 1996 Glenn Onizuka, Counseling
  • 1995 Irene Menegas, English
  • 1994 Dan Martin, Admin of Justice
  • 1993 Gay Ostarello, Biology
  • 1992 Don Mahan, English
  • 1991 Richard Dudley, Political Science
  • 1990 Barbara Baldwin, Women's Studies
  • 1989 Richardson Wilbanks, Poli Sci
  • 1988 James Rawls, History
  • 1987 James Ardini, Physics
  • 1986 Ruth Bradley, English
  • 1985 Gerard Hurley, English, Films
  • 1984 William Niland, DVC President
  • 1983 Carol Johnson, Economics
  • 1982 William Harlan, English
  • 1978 Bruce Watson, Art History
  • 1977 John Shumway, History
  • 1976 Evelyn McCune, History
  • 1975 Clifford Nelson, Biology
  • 1974 Beatrice Taines, English
  • 1973 Thomas Steyaert, Biology
  • 1972 David Coleman, Architecture
  • 1971 John Porterfield, History
  • 1970 Lenard Grote, Political Science
  • 1969 Lee Armstrong, Biology
  • 1968 David Marin, Journalism
  • 1967 Jade Fon Woo, Art
  • 1966 Bess Whitcomb, Communications
  • 1965 Norris Pope, Inst. Services
  • 1964 Bill Plumb, English
  • 1963 John Kelly, Dean of Instruction
  • 1962 Bruce Watson, Sociology
  • 1961 Evelyn McCune, History