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text Stop Wooster Ohio pig torture PETA 2007-07-09 2:17 PM
Wooster is the most industry and medical establishment oriented community in Ohio. Malpractice attorneys hate to go there. Certified Angus Beef reigns seemingly supreme there. Nevertheless help the winds of change blow, and ask the judge not to enable animal torture. (text/plain + 1 comment)

audio Rustbelt Radio for June 25, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-06-26 1:12 AM
On this week's show... * From the Allied Media Conference in Detroit, Aishah Shahidah Simmons, speaks about her experience making No!, a documentary about Black women and rape. * SEIU protests on behalf of local janitors * Bicyclists, along with Mayor Luke Ravenstahl and local cyling advocacy organization Bike-Pittsburgh celebrate Pittsburgh's second-ever bike lane * and an update on the cases of the 8 former Black Panther Party members on trial in San Francisco for the 1971 murder of a police officer * and more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

image Geiger Counter Shootout At the OK Corral Bob Nichols, Project Censored Award Winner 2007-06-15 9:24 PM
Geiger Counter Shootout At the OK Corral
"I told General Lee on March 19 to stop lying to the [Hawaiian] Legislature. And, I told him I would get him and I did on April 21 in south Kona with those high radiation monitor readings from Pohakaloa. And it wasn't just me, the citizens who have supported and followed through are the real strength of all of this. The media has to deal with these global voices now because they are the 'shot heard round the world.'" (image/jpeg)

text (audio) unions and cittizens rally to save pittsburgh transit v incent / blast furnace radio 2007-06-02 5:44 AM
audio location http://www.jerryapp.com/arcv2/ja-t089.jpg (text/plain)

image The Unanimous Opinion. posted by F Espinoza 2007-05-18 6:45 PM
The Unanimous Opinion.
At the 6th Hemispheric Meeting in Havana, when the discussion turned to the subject of production of biofuels from foodstuffs, which are constantly getting more expensive, the huge majority voiced their opposition with indignation... (image/jpeg)

text How to get out of Iraq for just $450 million ThinkPeace 2007-05-04 9:47 PM
If Nancy Pelosi and Congress really want the war to end and U.S. personnel to leave Iraq, it doesn't have to cost $100 billion or even $1 billion. For just $450 million, Congress could hire U.S. airlines to fly all U.S. troops (and contractors) home for good, in time to enjoy summer with their families. (text/plain)

text Denver to DC Brother Elliott 2007-04-27 7:22 PM
Beit Shalom Ministries is leading the walk form Denver, Colorado to Washington D.C. Currently, they are in Manhattan, Kansas and have been sharing information at Kansas State University. Watch their video updates on Google video and witness the police state in America. They have produced two powerful new documentary films on the war in Iraq and 9/11 truth available for FREE. (text/plain)

video Continental Tire's Attack on Retired Union Workers in the US United Steelworkers 2007-04-20 9:39 PM
After stopping tire production at its two remaining unionized facilities in the United States in 2006, Continental Tire of North America has dramatically reduced payments for retiree health care in the United States. The following is a brief description of the impact these cuts are having on retirees. (video/x-ms-wmv)

text Femicide in the Aftermath of Guatemalan Civil War Samantha Mathis 2007-04-17 7:38 PM
Actress Samantha Mathis discusses violence against women in Guatemala, including the recent increase of murders. This article is adapted from her testimony before the Congressional Human Rights Caucus on September 13, 2006. (text/plain)

audio Rustbelt Radio for April 9, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-04-10 12:45 AM
On this week's show... * Author Ben Dangl examines the Price of Fire, resource wars and social movements in Bolivia * St. Vincent College students protest their school's decision to let George Bush speak at graduation * The Pittsburgh Organizing Group is confronted by police harassment once again * An excerpt from the documentary Watts Riots 1965: The Fire This Time * plus we'll have Word on the Street, and more, in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

text Prisons in Venezuela: Extreme Violence, Extreme Indifference Rodolfo - ABC/CNA Venezuela 2007-03-27 10:41 PM
° Abolitionist text about the facts of three Venezuelan prisons: Uribana, Guanare and Sabaneta. Traslated from El Libertario (# 49, 2007), the voice of the Comision de Relaciones Anarquistas www.nodo50.org/ellibertario. (text/plain)

audio Rustbelt Radio for March 26, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-03-27 1:24 AM
On this week's show... * Over 1000 people march in Pittsburgh to demand "Education not Occupation, Healthcare not Warfare, Buses not Bombs," and "Bring the Troops Home Now." * Steelworkers Lawyer Dan Kovalik speaks about the connections between the Chiquita Fruit Company, Drummond Mining, Paramilitaries and Human Rights Abuses in Colombia * New anti-immigration legislation is introduced into the Pennsylvania house * And, a court decision in Arizona sets a precedent for Native americans' rights to protect sacred sites. * and more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for March 19, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-03-20 1:20 AM
On this week's show... * immigrant workers on the gulf coast are speaking up about slavery-like working conditions * a sit-in by residents upset about a coal silo in their town occupied the office of the governor of West Virginia * and we'll be marking the 4th anniversary of the war in Iraq, with reports from protests in Washington DC and from the National Conference on Organized Resistance (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for March 12, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-03-13 2:08 AM
On this week's show... * Plans for the City of Pittsburgh to divest from Sudan * Interviews from Copenhagen, Denmark, where an autonomous social center was raided and demolished. * An interview with Faith Pennick, the director of the film "Silent Choices," on Black Women and Reproductive Justice * More local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

text Big Oil Rips-Off Americans Louise Torbin 2007-03-04 2:43 AM
Big Oil is stealing our oil and is refusing to pay their fair share of royalties on oil removed from USA Public Lands. Bush has already given Big Oil over $15 billion in tax breaks and other subsidies; while working Americans struggle to pay their income taxes. This is another Slap to American Families. (text/plain)

text Blockade at National Robotics Engineering Center right now! anonymous 2007-03-02 12:00 PM
There is currently a blockade at the National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC), a branch of Carnegie Mellon University that develops robotic vehicles and weapons delivery systems for the U.S. Army and Marines. This blockade is happening as a part of the Pittsburgh Organizing Group's Barricade the War Machine call to action; for more information, please see http://organizepittsburgh.org/m2/ . (text/plain + 38 comments)

text Green? My ass! stephen donahue 2007-03-01 2:22 AM
Its too easy being green (text/plain + 22 comments)

audio Rustbelt Radio for February 26, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-02-26 9:26 PM
On this week's show... * Word on the Street visits the Northside, to hear opinons on the sale of the Garden theater * An interview with Gerardo Reyes Chavez, of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers * An interview with Jonas Moffat, co-founder of the Tel Rumeida Circus * Part Two of the James Yee lecture on Guantanamo * and more from our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for February 19, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-02-19 9:43 PM
On this week's show... * Former US Military Chaplain James Yee speaks about the abuses he witnessed while on duty in Guantanamo Bay * Mumia Abu Jamal's lawyer explains the current status of his case in Federal Appeals Court * The FCC is set to gather in Pennsylvania to review media ownership policies * A Canadian farmer takes on Monsanto * plus more in our global headlines (audio/mpeg)

text (mp3) pittsburgh: "save our transit invades re-election party vincent / blast furnace radio 2007-02-11 2:55 PM
audio location: http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=21743 (text/plain)

text The irish down-under jimtravers 2007-02-08 3:56 PM
Can we ignore the signals that are as relevant in Ireland as anywhere else. As two countries enter the EU in 2007 are we nuturing the seeds of racial tension by opening our borders to people who wish to import their ways and culture into our society.Are we ignoring the threat of Islamic terrorism by endeavouring to be politically correct when dealing with asylum seekers, refugees and others entering this country. Is it time for change and a time to take stock of the ways in which we allow people freely enter this country? (text/plain)

image IWW Infiltrates Pirates Fest 2007 Bret Grote 2007-02-07 4:02 PM
IWW Infiltrates Pirates Fest 2007
Pittsburgh Wobblies infiltrated the Convention Center floor last week during Pirates Fest 2007 to conduct direct action anti-sweatshop education and announce April 14th as Union Solidarity Night @ PNC Park. (image/jpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for February 5, 2007 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-02-05 10:44 PM
On this week's show... * We explore Fair Trade goods and their implications for farmers in developing countries * We examine a new government proposal to remove the grey wolf from the endangered species list. * A state of emergency is declared in Somalia following the US-backed Ethiopian invasion last month. * local activists submit a request to re-open the cases of Jerry Jackson and Charles Dixon. * the word on the street about police violence in Pittsburgh * and more local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

image Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab's 200 Executioners Ready Bob Nichols, Project Censored Award Winner 2007-02-01 9:06 PM
Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab's 200 Executioners Ready
Gay or straight, bisexual or transgender, black or white or Asian, it makes no difference to the cold blooded murderers at Livermore as the employees mindlessly carry out their proscribed "tests" and "detonations." After all, the money's good, why would they ever ask anything? (image/jpeg)

audio Mumia Abu-Jamal's Speech to Anti-War Demo & more Mumia Abu-Jamal 2007-01-30 2:51 AM
While Mumia Abu-Jamal’s court case heats up (oral arguments expected this winter: http://www.indymedia.org/en/2006/12/876386.shtml ) he continues to report on world-events from his death-row cell. Beginning with the audio from Mumia’s recent speech to this weekend’s massive anti-war demonstrations in San Francisco and Washington DC ( http://www.prisonradio.org/audio/mumia/2007MAJ/jan07/1-23-07WarSpeech.mp3 ), Mumia has also recently written essays about President Bush’s “new strategy” for Iraq, US corporate profits in Iraq, global warming, Martin Luther King Day, and the death of Gerald Ford. (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for January 29, 2007 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-01-29 9:35 PM
On this week's show... * Lawyers and Black Panthers discuss the recent arrests of former Black Panthers in a thirty-six year-old murder case * from the World Social Forum, a Kenyan grassroots activist describes the connection between the HIV/Aids Pandemic and gender inequality * in global news, an Armenian journalist and activist was murdered in Turkey, and federal agents began a new wave of raids against immigrants last week * the word on the street about President Bush's State of the Union Address * and more local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

video Rustbelt TV for December 2006 Rustbelt TV - Pittsburgh Indymedia 2007-01-28 6:18 PM
On this show... * anti-nuclear activists denounce military contractor Bechtel's local operations * participants in the wheels of justice tour speak in Pittsburgh about their recent trips to Iraq and Palestine * the student-farmworker alliance protests McDonald's in Oakland * Tazers and Lies * the struggle to rebuild New Orleans East * taking back the media in Oaxaca * and a preview of the upcoming film Slingshot Hip Hop also, see downloadable MPEG versions from: http://www.archive.org/details/rustbelt-tv-2006-12 (video/x-ogg)

image Livermore Pro-Nukers Move to Kill More in San Francisco Area Bob Nichols, Project Censored Award Winner 2007-01-26 11:21 PM
Livermore Pro-Nukers Move to Kill More in San Francisco Area
Normally, the weaponized radioactive poison gas munitions are to be used on America's many "terrorists" enemies around the globe. The battlefield product has no "turn off" switch and is deadly forever. Apparently, the rogue Livermore Nuker Lab has declared war on San Francisco. (image/jpeg)

image Livermore Pro-Nukers Move to Kill More in San Francisco Area Bob Nichols, Project Censored Award Winner 2007-01-25 9:03 PM
Livermore Pro-Nukers Move to Kill More in San Francisco Area
Livermore Lab has continuously contaminated the region for decades. San Francisco residents are reporting the presence of cancer causing uranium in hair samples. (image/jpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for January 22, 2007 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-01-23 12:20 AM
On this week's show... * Organizers and members of SEIU Local 3 describe the role they played in the recent Houston SEIU victory. * Local artists dialogue with community members on racism, history, memory, and social justice. * Reports by human rights groups detail the trafficking of Asian workers by US contractors in Iraq. * Word on the Street: mass transit cuts * and more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

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