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text Caligula Game jacinto 2013-09-15 6:18 PM
Was Warhol another Hitler? (text/plain)

audio Rustbelt Radio for May 20, 2013 Pittsburgh Indymedia: Rustbelt Radio 2013-05-19 9:23 PM
Pittsburgh's Ride of Silence memorializes bicyclists injured on the roads; Cindy Sheehan interviews Margaret Kimberly of Black Agenda Report about the Obama administration's renewed pursuit of Assata Shakur; and the growth of bike sharing programs - Radio Ecoshock looks at the worldwide picture, and we bring you an update on Pittsburgh's new program. (audio/mpeg)

image Russell ‘Maroon’ Shoatz Files Lawsuit Protesting 22 Straight Years in Solitary Confine Angola 3 News 2013-05-11 6:23 PM
Russell ‘Maroon’ Shoatz Files Lawsuit Protesting 22 Straight Years in Solitary Confine
Earlier this week, on Wednesday, May 8, lawyers for Russell ‘Maroon’ Shoatz filed a federal lawsuit regarding his placement in solitary confinement for over 22 consecutive years. Last month, when a 30-day action campaign was launched, lawyers promised to file this litigation if Maroon had not been transferred into general population by the morning of May 8. (image/jpeg)

image Why Russell ‘Maroon’ Shoatz Must Be Released From Solitary Confinement Interview by Angola 3 News 2013-04-24 6:19 AM
Why Russell ‘Maroon’ Shoatz Must Be Released From Solitary Confinement
This month, a 30-day action campaign was launched demanding the release of Russell ‘Maroon’ Shoatz from solitary confinement, where he has been held for over 23 consecutive years, and 28 of the last 30 years, in Pennsylvania prisons. (image/jpeg)

image Author Nancy Kurshan: Strategizing to Defeat Control Unit Prisons and Solitary Confinement Interview by Angola 3 News 2013-02-16 12:02 AM
Author Nancy Kurshan: Strategizing to Defeat Control Unit Prisons and Solitary Confinement
Author and longtime activist Nancy Kurshan’s new book, entitled Out of Control: A Fifteen Year Battle Against Control Unit Prisons, has just been released by the Freedom Archives. Kurshan’s book documents the work of The Committee to End the Marion Lockdown (CEML), which she co-founded in 1985. (image/jpeg)

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)

image Reforming Prison’s Harshest Tactic –The Angola 3 case may help change the... Katti Gray, The Root (reprinted by A3 News) 2013-02-09 6:28 PM
Reforming Prison’s Harshest Tactic –The Angola 3 case may help change the...
The Angola 3 case may help change the arbitrary and sometimes abusive use of solitary confinement. "It's exactly the kind of movement on this issue that we've been pushing for," said attorney and law professor Angela Allen-Bell of Southern University Law Center. Allen-Bell is a member of the International Coalition to Free the Angola 3. (image/jpeg)

text The Argument for Amnesty: An Immigration Policy That Works for All Mark Vorpahl 2013-02-06 9:53 PM
Millions experience the repressive nature of the U.S. immigration system on a daily basis, lifting its need for reform to a level of urgency. And fixing this broken program is integral to building the unity among U.S. workers that is required to challenge corporate America’s attacks on our wages, rights, public social services, and living conditions. (text/html)

image Freedom for Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3, After 40 Years in Solitary Confinement? Katti Gray, The Root (reprinted by A3 News) 2013-02-05 12:17 AM
Freedom for Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3, After 40 Years in Solitary Confinement?
After four decades of solitary confinement in the nation's most populated maximum-security prison -- and one of its most historically brutal -- a member of the internationally known "Angola 3" has reasonable cause to expect that he will soon be released, his attorneys and supporters say. The request to set free Albert Woodfox, 65, is being heard by the same federal judge who in 2008 ordered that Woodfox be released, a ruling that Louisiana prosecutors successfully appealed and blocked. (image/jpeg)

image The Black Panther Party’s Living Legacy --Touring Oakland and Berkeley w/ Billy X Jennin Angola 3 News 2013-02-04 8:46 PM
The Black Panther Party’s Living Legacy --Touring Oakland and Berkeley w/ Billy X Jennin
Last week, the "Dismantling Racism" class from St. Catherine University in Minnesota was taken on a Black Panther History Tour in Oakland and Berkeley, California, led by Billy X Jennings from It's AboutTime BPP Alumni & Legacy. Angola 3 News came along and filmed the tour. This is part one. (image/jpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for January 28, 2013 Pittsburgh Indymedia: Rustbelt Radio Collecti 2013-01-29 12:46 AM
On today's show... One Pittsburgh holds rally calling for UPMC to treat it's employees fairly Two vigils were held in honor of intimate Partner and Gun violence victim Ka'Sandra Wade Civil rights activist and scholar Angela Davis speaks as part of MLK day commemorations Rally against hate crimes based on queer and trans identity in the South Side After twelve years in solitary confinement Paul Rogers may be released to general population And more in our local and global headlines... (audio/mpeg)

text Seeing bias but supporting the architect of bias: We have a long way yet to go Systemic Disorder 2013-01-24 7:27 PM
The wealth and power gained by Europe during the ascendancy of capitalism was built on slavery. Capitalism continues to be based on massive inequalities, which requires strong social divisions in order to be maintained. Divide-and-conquer is an old technique. (text/plain)

text Campaign organizes to push back against Obama provision to arrest Americans Bob Unruh 2013-01-15 10:20 AM
Detention prevention strategy goes national (text/plain)

text a symptom of a broken mental health system. Bill Evins 2013-01-08 10:34 AM
a symptom of a broken mental health system. (text/plain)

image Feb. 2: Michigan Journal of Race and Law hosts Robert King, John Conyers, James Forman, Jr Angola 3 News 2013-01-04 2:55 AM
Feb. 2: Michigan Journal of Race and Law hosts Robert King, John Conyers, James Forman, Jr
On February 2, 2013, the Michigan Journal of Race and Law is hosting a symposium at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. As described by the flyer posted below and the Journal's website, the all-day event will be held on campus in Room 1225, South Hall. The keynote address will be given by James Forman, Jr. (image/jpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for December 31, 2012 Pittsburgh Indymedia: Rustbelt Radio Collecti 2013-01-02 12:24 AM
On today's show... A look back at some of our stories from 2012 (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for December 17, 2012 Pittsburgh Indymedia: Rustbelt Radio Collecti 2012-12-17 11:38 PM
On today's show... A look at the formation of the USW's Fight Back Pittsburgh We catch up with Action United and learn about their work in Pittsburgh and elsewhere in Pennsylvania A report on the Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Boards's look into the use of undercover officers and 99 cars in Pittsburgh and we take a look back at the first Jordan Miles Civil Trial (audio/mpeg)

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image Stop H.I.G. Owned EVoting Machines From Giving Romney The White House FreePressDotOrg 2012-10-26 9:28 PM
Stop H.I.G. Owned EVoting Machines From Giving Romney The White House
Republicans control over 81% of the U.S. voting machines. Through these machines George W Bush was installed twice though not elected. Election Systems and Software (ESS), Dominion, owned by a conservative Canadian corporation, and H.I.G. are 3 of the culprits. (image/jpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for October 5, 2012 Pittsburgh Indymedia: Rustbelt Radio Collecti 2012-10-09 1:48 AM
On today's show... Political analyst Laura Carlsen describes the US's war on drugs in Mexico, and its devastating consequences A Look at a Controversy Rising Between East End Developers, and the Shadow Lounge. The Pennsylvania Prison Report and an update on Juvenile Lifers Without Parole in the state. And more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

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www.lacivertcar.com (audio/mpeg)

text The mainstreaming of anti-semitism: Salon partners with Mondoweiss E of Z 2012-07-17 3:57 AM
Mondoweiss is not simply a far leftist site. It is not simply a hate site. Mondweiss is a virulent pusher of anti-semitic tropes. (text/plain)

text Write The FCC To Oppose Warhawk Radio Like WNIR Take Back Our Airwaves 2012-07-10 3:16 PM
End the domination of 95% of our airwaves by warhawk sportsjock white male racists. (text/plain + 1 comment)

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text 4 Warmonger Zionists Are Attempting A Yahoo Takeover Please Stop Them Media Democracy 2012-03-19 6:38 PM
please roll back concentration of the media ... reclaim your airwaves, internet etc. from warmongers (text/plain)

text Ed Fails Sudhama Ranganathan 2012-03-10 8:26 PM
When I was a student at the University of Connecticut between the years of 2003 and 2006, I experienced harassment due to a combination of my race and my involvement in a violent student protest thirteen years prior to my attending UConn. The time of my enrollment at UConn put me at the school two years after the occurrence of the attacks of September 11, 2001. Tensions were high and I had already dealt with plenty of harassment because of my race alone as a result. Though I didn't agree with it, I let it roll off my back up to a point – anyone that looked in any way as though they could have been from the Middle East had to deal with it to a certain extent following the attacks if they were living in this country knows exactly what I mean. It was to an extent the reality and had to live in it. (text/html)

image Lindsay/Osorio Campaign Announces 10-point Program Party for Socialism and Liberation 2012-02-24 4:57 AM
Lindsay/Osorio Campaign Announces 10-point Program
The Party for Socialism and Liberation is running Peta Lindsay for President and Yari Osorio for Vice-President in the 2012 election. The campaign recently released a 10-point program. (image/jpeg)

text The Image of Black Women Brittany McBryde 2012-02-14 7:30 PM
Independent documentary called "The Image of Black Women" will be premiering at The August Wilson Center Saturday, March 17th at 6p. This film deals with diversity, stereotypes and how everyday people are affected by them. (text/plain)

audio Rustbelt Radio for January 30, 2012 Pittsburgh Indymedia: Rustbelt Radio Collecti 2012-01-31 12:29 AM
On today's show... * a report back from the 14th annual Summit Against Racism * "Occupy Your Mind" brings together protestors, artists and intellectuals to discuss the Occupy movement * violence provoked by a Canadian mining company results in death in Oaxaca, Mexico * the Human Rights Coalitions Prison Radio report * we investigate the idea of a 20 hour work week * And more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

image 2012 Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival: Faces of Others Cynthia Tam 2012-01-28 4:37 AM
2012 Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival: Faces of Others
March 22 - April 15. Carnegie Mellon's sixth annual International Film Festival presents a series of award-winning, independent films and documentaries from all around the world, accompanied by receptions with food and drink, expert panels, and live performances! This year's Faces of Others Festival will give life to questions surrounding the concept of Otherness. The festival will also include an International Student Short Film Competition! (image/jpeg)

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