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audio Rustbelt Radio for February 11, 2013 Pittsburgh Indymedia: Rustbelt Radio 2013-02-12 4:11 AM
Occupy Pittsburgh now celebrates one year in publication; Ujamaa collective hosts a discussion on the new book "We Have Not Been Moved", essays on race and political struggle in America; Lockdown at a shell fracking pad near Maggie's farm; Continued Coverage of the Steubenville Case. (audio/mpeg)

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 Four Climate Ground Zero Activists Arrested in their homes, still jailed Climate Ground Zero 2009-12-30 5:38 PM
Four Climate Ground Zero activist arrested in their homes in Rock Creek, WV Tuesday (text/plain)

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)

image On the Labor Day Bus with Beaver County Steelworkers Carl Davidson 2009-09-09 4:03 PM
On the Labor Day Bus with Beaver County Steelworkers
First-hand diary of this year's Labor Day Parade (image/jpeg)

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)

image No Shame: Aliquippa Hospital Workers Robbed in Court Carl Davidson 2009-01-12 3:06 PM
No Shame: Aliquippa Hospital Workers Robbed in Court
Aliquippa workers rally to fight for their pay, planning further actions at Pittsburgh bankruptcy court (image/jpeg)

image SteelBlitz: AFL-CIO and Steelers Going All Out for Obama in Western PA Carl Davidson 2008-10-27 4:50 AM
SteelBlitz: AFL-CIO and Steelers Going All Out for Obama in Western PA
Firsthand report on blue-collar labor and its allies carrying out electoral work their way. (image/jpeg)

image Beaver County Battleground: 'Time to Give the Black Guy a Chance' Carl Davidson 2008-10-13 4:55 PM
Beaver County Battleground: 'Time to Give the Black Guy a Chance'
First hand account of union workers going door-to-door for Obama around stopping war, green jobs and health care (image/jpeg)

image W PA Obama 'Labor Walks' -Defeating McCain is Just 'Step One' Repost by CarlD 2008-10-05 1:47 AM
W PA Obama 'Labor Walks' -Defeating McCain is Just 'Step One'
A report from the 4th CD Progressive Democrats of America on the local working class and the election. (image/jpeg)

image Debate 'Watching Party,' Beaver County-Style Carl Davidson 2008-09-28 12:30 AM
Debate 'Watching Party,' Beaver County-Style
A Report on the Obama Campaign, workers and youth in Western PA (image/jpeg + 8 comments)

image Battleground Report: Aliquippa Fired Up for Obama Carl Davidson 2008-07-04 3:46 AM
Battleground  Report: Aliquippa Fired Up for Obama
[Carl Davidson is webmaster for 'Progressives for Obama' at http://progressivesforobama.blogspot.com , and also helps with the new local 4th CD Progressive Democrats of America blog, http://beavercountyblue.org. ] (image/jpeg + 2 comments)

image Battleground Report: Tractors, Tilt-a-Whirls and Obama Carl Davidson 2008-06-27 2:09 AM
Battleground  Report: Tractors, Tilt-a-Whirls and Obama
[The 4th CD Progressive Democrats of America, mostly workers from steel and related industries, are strong on Single Payer health care and opposing the war,and were Kucinich champions, until he dropped out. Now Obama is seen as their 'best option' in November.] (image/jpeg)

image Bitterness, Hope and Obama in Western PA Carl Davidson 2008-04-16 12:48 AM
Bitterness, Hope and Obama in Western PA
[Commentary on the Phoney Anti-Elitism Campaign Against the Least Elitist of the Three Main Candidates, by Carl Davidson, Beaver County resident, Solidarity Economy Organizer, and Antiwar Activist.] Photo: Obama at October 2002 Antiwar Rally . (image/jpeg)

image Taking the War into the Election: Obama in Beaver County Carl Davidson 2008-03-18 12:40 AM
Taking the War into the Election: Obama in Beaver County
My take and the AP take on Obama at Beaver County Community College today, March 17. (image/jpeg + 1 comment)

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)

image Aliquippa Workers Hit the Streets Repost by CarlD 2008-01-18 1:31 PM
Aliquippa Workers Hit the Streets
Class struggle around worker rights and community health care in Beaver County, Kudos to SEIU 1199! . (image/jpeg)

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 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)

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)

audio Rustbelt Radio for May 22, 2005 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio collective 2006-05-22 10:50 PM
On this week's show... * We'll hear more on a proposal to build a new waste-coal fired power plant in Robinson Township, Washington County * In Dublin, Ireland, a group of 41 Afghanis occupied St. Patricks Cathedral seeking asylum * local news on a funding crisis for needle exchange, solitary confinement in Pennsylvania prisons, and single payer health care reform * and global news on an anti-Halliburton protest in Oklahoma, the Sri Lankan civil war, and more (audio/mpeg)

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)

audio Rustbelt Radio for June 13, 2005 Rusbelt Radio Collective 2005-06-14 5:40 PM
On today's show... * We speak with the local group 'RESYST' about the upcoming pridefest and the radical queer movement * And we present the final piece in our three part series on Coal and its effects in the community. We will hear from organizers who are fighting to promote clean energy and what the possibilities are for sustainable alternative energy sources in the United States .... but first, these local headlines. (audio/mpeg)

text For the sake of the kids; West VIrginia residents confront Massey Energy Co. mountain justice summer 2005-05-24 8:09 PM
<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="3"> <tr> <td width=50px><img src="http://www.mountainjusticesummer.org/massy/wed.jpg"></td> <td>While Massey Energy stockholders met at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City, parents, grandparents, and other residents of Coal River Valley, West Virginia rallied to oppose Massey's operations adjacent to Marsh Fork Elementary School. Two grandmothers and a third resident of the valley attempted to deliver a list of demands. The residents were met by the plant's head of security who refused to allow them to present their demands. When the residents again attempted to present their demands, they were arrested in a moving and dramatic act of civil conscience. </td> </tr> </table> (text/html)

audio Rustbelt Radio for May 2, 2005 Pittsburgh Indymedia 2005-05-03 3:42 PM
<p> On today's show... <ul> <li> As spring arrives, students across the US are engaging in nonviolent direct action to force change on their campuses. Rustbelt Radio has updates on the sit-ins, protests and more going on this month.</li> <li> We hear from Terry Composte, forest defense activist who won a major court victory in a civil suit concerning police abuse of pepper spray.</li> <li> And we speak to this week's featured grassroots group, Ohio Valley Peace in the Wheeling West Virginia and South Eastern Ohio area.</li> </ul></p> (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for April 18, 2005 Pittsburgh IMC Radio Collective 2005-04-18 7:59 PM
# Tax Day was last week. Members of the war tax resisters group tell us why they didn't pay # We talk to voices for animals of western pennsylvania # and activists staged an all-day picket at the Sky Bank headquarters in Downtown Pittsburgh, stepping up their campaign against what they're calling a union-busting company. But first, these local and global headlines. (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for April 11, 2005 Pittsburgh IMC Radio Collective 2005-04-11 7:50 PM
55 Minutes in Ogg and MP3 formats, and webcast at http://www.wrct.org (higher quality archive at audioport.org) * a report from Charleston's West Virginia Capitol building where Mountain Justice activists from around Appalachia gathered for the Mountain Justice Summer Kickoff event. * An interview with a Nepali man about the recent coup in his country. * And our weekly interview with a local grassroots organization, the Pittsburgh Transportation Equity Project. (audio/mpeg)

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