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text FCGOA Defeats UGSOA at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Headquarters in Wash DC FCGOA NEWS 2010-08-29 12:23 AM
"Today's VICTORY by FCGOA against UGSOA and it's UGSOA Local 44 sends a clear message to UGSOA President Desiree Sullivan that all is NOT Well at UGSOA" Stated FCGOA President Guy James. (text/html)

text Over 300 Homeless People Expected to Participate: Informational Picketing @ Rivers Casino Rivers Casino News 2009-11-13 7:42 PM
Ed Fasulo, President and COO of Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, Explain To Me, Your Customers, Your Workers and the Rest of the Pittsburgh Community on HOW The Workers at RIVERS CASINO Can Afford to Support Their Families on Poverty Wages Ranging From $8.00 to $9.50 Per Hour? (text/html)

text Rivers Casino's Union Busting FEAR Tactics Rivers Casino Union Busting News 2009-11-11 7:15 PM
Did Rivers Casino Security Officers vote against unionization or did they Fall Victim to Jackson & Lewis Union-Busting FEAR and Intimidation Tactics? (text/html)

text Rivers Casino Supervisor Physically Assaults Casino Security Officer during Union Campaign Rivers Casino Union Busting News 2009-11-06 5:40 AM
Rivers Casino nightshift supervisor John Kovach had demanded that the 22 plus casino security professionals working on that shift remove their SPFPA Union RESPECT pins from their jackets. When they refused their supervisor John Kovach then Physically Assaulted at least one of the officers by Physically Removing his SPFPA RESPECT Button from his jacket. (text/html + 1 comment)

text Phil Africa's Art! BE47 2009-08-18 3:35 AM
Video and website of innocent human rights activist and environmentalist Phil Africa. Phil and the other 7 surviving "MOVE 9" are imprisoned in Pennsylvania. They are now eligible for parole. (text/plain + 1 comment)

text Specter Staff Threatens to Trash Letters in Support of Employee Free Choice Pennsylvania Worker News 2009-04-20 8:30 PM
Hello? These are Pennsylvania residents whom the senator represents. This is the way you treat your constituents? (text/html)

text Free with 84 Lumber Wood Products: Controversy From Chile Tim Kingston 2008-06-05 12:26 AM
JUNE 5 Concert. One of Pittsburgh’s best known corporate citizens, 84 Lumber Company, is entangled in a furor over plans to dam two spectacular rivers in Patagonia. Satirical country singer Dana Lyons will bring the international campaign to stop the dams to 84 Lumber’s hometown with a concert at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills in Pittsburgh. (text/plain)

audio A Lady for President Donna Jean Young 2008-04-21 5:22 PM
HOT OFF THE PRESS!!! A FUN AND FUNKY RAP SONG A LADY FOR PRESIDENT? Donna Jean Young has decided to get into the hot election race with this quirky song. She has joined up with James – Dan, Eddy and Dave to rap, ‘A Lady for President?’ 1: ‘A LADY FOR PRESIDENT?’ – 1 Minute 59 Seconds Duration (3 seconds silence at start and 7 seconds silence after finish) (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for February 11, 2008 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2008-02-12 6:56 PM
On this week's show... * In honor of Black History Month, we bring you voices and songs from black freedom fighters * Community leaders gather together at the Black and White reunion * Word on the Street on the new drink tax in Allegheny County * City Council in Berkeley, California condemns the local U.S. Marines Recruiting Center and * The Department of Labor announces intent to strip worker protections from its H two A guest worker program * and more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

image Rust to Renewal: Churches and 3rd Wave Change Carl Davidson 2008-01-23 3:27 AM
Rust to Renewal: Churches and 3rd Wave Change
Dig out your Gramsci and Toffler, folks, and put on your thinking caps... . (image/jpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for November 12, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-11-13 1:44 AM
On today's show... * voices from the No Borders camp on the US-Mexico border * Despite opposition, the House of Representatives passes the Peru Free Trade Agreement * Veterans for Peace hold a parade in Meadville, Pennsylvania * Selma James on sixties activism and the current struggle to free Mumia * and more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg + 1 comment)

text Magic Bus Trips at Indiana U. Chrissie 2007-09-11 10:31 PM
We want all local organizers to come help us engage students in discussions at Indiana University! (text/plain)

text VFA Wins Campaign Against Foie Gras at Giant Eagle! Voices for Animals of Western PA 2007-02-25 1:27 AM
VICTORY!!! Giant Eagle Stops Selling Foie Gras! (text/plain + 3 comments)

audio Rustbelt Radio for February 12, 2007 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-02-12 9:39 PM
On this week's show... * Leaders of the black community respond to a new report showing Pennsylvania has the highest rate of black homicide victims in the nation * We take a look at the case of Native American political prisoner Leonard Peltier on the 31st anniversary of his arrest * A New York City council member discusses racial profiling * The Coalition of Immokalee workers speak on the connections between Fast Food Corporations and Farmworkers wages (audio/mpeg)

image Intelligence Experts Scott Ritter and Ray McGovern are coming to Pittsburgh for Iraq Forum Kevin Caridad 2006-09-18 8:55 AM
Intelligence Experts Scott Ritter and Ray McGovern are coming to Pittsburgh for Iraq Forum
Scott Ritter was the the Chief United Nations Weapons Inspector in Iraq from 1991 to 1998. Ray McGover is a former CIA analyst who has accused the Bush administration of manipulating intelligence in its rush to invade Iraq. (image/jpeg)

text Pennsylvania to increase minimum wage statewide Rustbelt Radio 2006-07-09 1:05 PM
Recently passed state legislation will raise the minimum wage in Pennsylvania by $2 over the next year. Governor Rendell has pledged to sign the bill into law. (text/plain + 11 comments)

text Call-In Against Chrysler April 5th! Voices for Animals of Western Pennsylvania 2006-03-31 2:11 AM
Call Chrysler on Wednesday, April 5th, to express your opposition to their sponsorship of circus animal abuse and exploitation! (text/plain)

text ESPN Reality TV Show Pairs Army Drill Sergeant with Local High School Football Team John Tarleton 2005-10-08 10:14 PM
A new ESPN reality TV show features two former NFL stars and an Army drill sergeant coaching a local high school football team. Perhaps it’s just a coincidence, but the economically devastated town where the show takes place is fertile ground for military recruiters. (text/plain)

audio Rustbelt Radio for June 27, 2005 Indymedia Radio Collective 2005-06-29 3:50 PM
* A bill currently in Harrisburg could raise the minimum wage across the state of Pennsylvania to seven dollars and fifteen cents. * We talk with representatives of the Pittsburgh-based Just Health Care Campaign * the BioDemocracy conference in Philadelphia met in opposition to the Biotechnology Industry Orgranization's meetings; Rustbelt has a report. * and we hear from Iraqi Labor Leaders on their speaking tour stop last week in Pittsburgh (audio/mpeg)

text Healing the Health Care System Bret Grote 2005-05-29 12:24 AM
A brief 2000 word piece on the town hall meeting in Aliquippa last Saturday, dealing with health care, the crisis and proposed solution. (text/plain)

text Progressive Conference Directions Jeremy Baker 2005-04-05 7:58 PM
Directions to the Westminster College Green Party's Second Annual Progressive Conference (text/plain)

text Japanese sword and karate demo at the Northland Public Library Katerina Pavelle 2005-02-17 7:48 PM
The Shorin Karate Dojo will perform a japanese sword and Shoha Shorin Ryu Karate demonstration at the Northland Public Library on Monday, February 28, 2005, at 7pm. (text/plain)

text Speakers Needed Jeremy Baker 2005-02-08 6:13 PM
A call for speakers on April 10 (text/plain + 1 comment)

George W. Bush apparently is wearing a medical device for "persons at risk of cardiac arrest." It is a LifeVest wearable defibrillator, made by the LifeCor Co., 12 mi. NE of Pittsburgh, in the Ride Industrial Park off Route 28 in Blawnox. He started using it sometime after his January 2002 fainting spell, which was attributed to choking. Based on photos showing him wearing the device, one can conclude the fainting was due to atrial fibrillation (AF), which his father also had. (image/jpeg)

text Westminster Update Jeremy Baker 2004-11-18 1:49 PM
An Update from the resistance to the north (text/plain)

ON NOV 3 WALKOUT TO SAY NO TO THE BUSH AGENDA! (text/plain + 9 comments)

text Westminster November 3 Vigil Jeremy Baker 2004-10-29 5:21 PM
We, the Westminster College Green Party feel that no matter which part is elected to the presidency, many of the issues facing our country will continue to go unresolved. (text/plain + 1 comment)

audio Marakay Rogers, Green for attorney General Mike 2004-10-29 1:16 AM
Marakay Rogers' 30 second radio ad. 349Kb. (audio/mpeg)

text Voter Registration Rolls Swell in PA Quinten 2004-10-27 1:03 PM
Voter registration rolls increased across the state, but not in Allegheny County. Meanwhile, students may have fraudulently had their party enrollment changed in three local counties. (text/html)


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