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Rustbelt Radio for March 15, 2010
03/15/2010

On today's show...

  • 1960's radical Mark Rudd speaks in Pittsburgh
  • Trials of those arrested during the G20 continue
  • Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh [PRONOUNCE: MAH - zin kum SEE yeh] on the history of Palestinian nonviolent activism
  • News from the canada-us border
  • And more in our local and global headlines
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Rustbelt Radio for March 01, 2010
03/01/2010
On today's show:
  • The Pittsburgh Public Schools are proposing more building closures and consolidations. We'll bring you voices of concerned residents and parents, as well as school representatives.
  • Local music artist Jasiri X uses hip-hop as an organizing tool.
  • And more in our local and global headlines.
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Rustbelt Radio for Feb. 15, 2010
02/15/2010

On today's show...

  • Marcellus Shale Gas Drilling may take place minutes from downtown Pittsburgh
  • UPMC Braddock has officially closed. We'll bring you a local reporter's insight into what's next for the facility
  • A prominent and contentious far right Israeli general and politician speaks at the Hillel Jewish University Center
  • The Olympics kick off in Vancouver to protests, increased border controls at both sides of the border, and the independent media finds itself under an uncomfortable spotlight.
  • And more in our local and global headlines
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Rustbelt Radio for Feb. 01, 2010
02/02/2010

On today's show...

  • Israel issued its response to the UN Goldstone Report on Operation Cast Lead in Gaza this week.
  • Tree sitters halt mountaintop removal mining operations in West Virginia
  • New details emerge in the october FBI killing of Detroit Imam Luqman Abdullah
  • A feature length 2.3 Million and Rising interview with Linn Washington about the new developments in Mumia Abu-Jamal's case
  • And more in our local and global headlines.
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Rustbelt Radio for January 18, 2010
01/18/2010

On today's show...

  • UPMC Braddock's closure looms on the horizon
  • Queer activists target a local donut shop owner who made homophobic remarks online
  • A look at the healthcare debate and what it will mean for Pennsylvanians
  • One year after Israel's attack on Gaza, aid and solidarity convoys find Egypt barring access to the region
  • And more in our local and global headlines
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