The George W. Bush Administration has cast doubt on the widely acclaimed
fairness of the Public Broadcasting System and supports stripping it of federal
funding. Increasing concentration of private ownership of commercial media has
reduced the objectivity and diversity of public information, and the reputation
and credibility of the Public Broadcasting System have become more important in
Therefore, the delegates to the 2005 General Assembly call upon the member
congregations of the Unitarian Universalist Association, their individual
members and friends, and affiliate organizations to pledge themselves to protect
the integrity and independence of our public airwaves by working to:
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Last updated on Wednesday, August 24, 2011.
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