Bleeped Media

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Imagine being arrested for taking pictures of a farm, harassed for reading a storybook to children, or jailed for displaying a photograph in a museum. Censorship like this seems unimaginable, but it’s real and happens every day. Bleeped tells these s...Show More

30:04 | Jul 30th

Before a jury convicted Alfonzo Tucker of a felony, he had never voted in an election. Then, while incarcerated, he read books about civil rights leaders who lost their lives fighting for the rights of African American's to vote and became inspired. ...Show More

25:22 | Jul 16th

John Palmer bought a Christmas gift for his wife Jen from, but the gifts never arrived. So the Palmers left the company a bad review. KlearGear then fined them $3,500. That's how everything started.
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30:04 | Aug 27th

One day, Amy Meyer went to see a slaughter-house near where she lived, and she ended up becoming the United States' first ag-gag criminal.

31:28 | Aug 13th

When Santana Pilar Andrews was asked to read at Lafayette, Louisiana's first-ever Drag Queen Story Time, Santana thought it would be an excellent opportunity to help children learn to accept others for who they are. But many in Lafayette didn't agree...Show More

29:16 | Jul 2nd

Cincinnati prided itself on being a clean town that's free of pornography and vice, but in 1990, a museum tried to exhibit a collection of Robert Mapplethorpe photographs depicting homoerotic S&M. The city wanted to stop them.
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