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Rustbelt Radio for Oct. 11, 2010
10/11/2010

On today's show...

  • FBI Harrasment of Anti-War Activists Continues In the Twin Cities
  • A look at the first Latino mural in Pittsburgh
  • The Rachel Carson Homestead challenges Marcellus Shale drilling in its 2010 legacy conference
  • Appalachia Rising converges on Washington to demand an end to mountaintop removal coal mining
  • And more in our local and global headlines
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Rustbelt Radio for Sept. 27, 2010
09/27/2010

On today's show...

  • FBI raids and subpoenas target peace activists around the country
  • Lawrenceville residents organize a block party to prevent their library from closing
  • Voices from the Justice for Jordan March
  • More environmental insights from the Green Compass
  • A report back from the Community and Resistance Tour
  • And more in our local and global headlines
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Rustbelt Radio for Sept. 13, 2010
09/13/2010

On today's show...

  • Local Imam discusses how Pittsburgh's media & interfaith leaders have rejected fear-mongering rheteroric
  • Federal appeals court declares anti-immigrant ordinance in Hazelton, PA unconstitutional
  • Three days of protests ensue in LA after police officer kills indigenous Guatemalan man
  • Pennsylvania authorities respond to Marcellus drilling opposition
  • And more in our local and global headlines
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Rustbelt Radio for Aug. 30, 2010
08/30/2010

On today's show...

  • The debate about Marcellus Shale drilling heats up around Pittsburgh
  • The School Board votes 8-0 on a controversial East End Plan
  • Mountain Top Removal activists block entrance of DEP headquarters in West Virginia
  • A jury finds David Japenga guilty of vandalism during the G20 Summit
  • And more in our local and global headlines
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Rustbelt Radio for August 16, 2010
08/16/2010

On today's show...

  • We'll hear about local efforts to hold police accountable for abuses against citizens, including incidents during the G20 summit, the beating of Jordan Miles, and the case of Terrell Johnson
  • Green Party candidate for Senate Mel Packer is knocked off the ballot by Democratic candidate Joe Sestak
  • Google and Verizon form a pact that threatens net neutrality
  • Pittsburgh high school students report on the gulf oil spill
  • And more in our local and global headlines
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