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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)

audio The Best of Rustbelt Radio for Spring 2007 (May 28, 2007) Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-05-29 1:09 AM
This week, we will be presenting highlights of Rustbelt Radio stories from the Winter and Spring of 2007 including... * Community activists speak out against violence * The movement for immigrants' rights * Wolves come off the endangered species list * Pittsburghers rally for action on climate change * A public hearing with the FCC and the fight against corporate media consolidation * and more highlights from the past few months of Rustbelt Radio (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for April 30, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-05-01 2:39 PM
On this week's show... * The significance of May Day, and plans for celebrating the International Day of Workers' Struggle here in Pittsburgh * The Struggle for New Orleans: Lessons from Women Organizers on the Front Lines * Enthusiastic voices from a rally downtown held by The Campaign to Stop the Bus Cuts * A controversial new law in Mexico City ends a complete ban on abortions * and more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

text AMIDST THE RUINS BRADDOCK BLAZES THE BIOFUELS PATH Colin Huwyler 2007-04-21 5:47 AM
Braddock finds itself home to many new biofuels projects including: Fossil Free Fuel, a vegetable oil fuel system company, Braddock Biofuels CO-OP, a community scale biofuels cooperative fueling station and a biofuels resource center. (text/plain + 2 comments)

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)

audio Rustbelt Radio for April 2, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-04-03 2:32 AM
On this week's show... * US Airways pilots picket at Pittsburgh International Airport * Eric Keroack resigns as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Population Affairs * A Pittsburgh conference looks at global warming and ways to resist it * Founding board member of Creative Commons James Boyle speaks on copyright at CMU * and more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

text Bus Stops: "Right-Sizing" the Port Authority Rob Cullen, John Landis 2007-03-31 2:56 AM
With an annual deficit of $80 Million, The Port Authority of Allegheny County has announced plans to cut 25% of service, and eliminate 114 weekday bus routes, leaving many commuters without access. This video, Bus Stops is a thoughtful look at some of the causes and effects of this imminent crisis. (text/html + 13 comments)

text PAT Votes for 15% cuts david 2007-03-30 7:06 PM
Port Authority Board passes service cuts. (text/plain + 2 comments)

audio (mp3) save our transit all night vigil vincent / blast furnace radio 2007-03-30 5:31 AM
audio from kick off of all night vigil to confront the port authority boards upcoming vote on a 15% transit service cut. 17.30 minutes 64kbs (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)

audio Rustbelt Radio for March 5, 2007 Pittsburgh IMC: Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-03-06 2:44 AM
On this week's show... * Sylvia Rivera Cusicanqui, discusses Anarchism in Bolivia, medicinal benefits of Coca and present day social justice struggles. * Gitanjali Gutierrez, lead counsel representing Guantanamo detainees, speaks on torture, legal activism, and the movement to shut down Guantanamo Bay prison. * 14 people are arrested in a large civil disobedience action against the war machine in Pittsburgh * plus more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

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 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)

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)

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 Save Our Transit Jamie Walker 2007-01-28 6:14 PM
On January 22, 2007, over a hundred Pittsburghers rallied together to protest the proposed Port Authority Transit service cuts. Facing a deficit of $80 million, the Pittsburgh Port Authority plans to cut services by 25%, eliminating 222 bus and rail routes entirely. They also plan to raise fares by as much as 75 cents and to cut the jobs of 400 transit workers by June 2007. Help spread the message to our politicians that Pennsylvania needs more funding instead of stranding thousands of Pittsburgh riders without public transportation. Edited Video of Rally and Public Hearing - 4 minutes (video/mpeg + 5 comments)

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)

audio Rustbelt Radio for January 15, 2007 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-01-15 10:30 PM
On this week's show... * an interview with two independent journalists who documented the 34 day war in Lebanon last summer and its aftermath. * thousands take to the street in a march against violence in New Orleans * Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speaks on collective struggle, the war in Vietnam, revolutionary movements around the world, and more. * 2 local groups claim victory in their campaigns (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for January 8, 2007 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio collective 2007-01-08 10:22 PM
On this week's show... * People are calling for the closing on Guantanamo Bay on the detention center’s five year anniversary. * Polar Bears are drawing attention to the global warming crisis * Paul Simpson describes the bicycle's potential as a vehicle for social equality * a wave of violence has broken out in New Orleans, claiming many lives including those of local activists, artists, and musicians * The Zapatistas mark the 13th anniversary of their uprising with an international gathering in Chiapas, Mexico * plus more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

text Public Transit is going to hell stephen donahue 2007-01-05 5:24 PM
Allegheny County Executive Dan Onorato is mandating massive service cuts and fare hikes. Right wing state legislators say that this is only the beginning. (text/plain)

audio Rustbelt Radio for December 4, 2006 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio collective 2006-12-05 12:01 AM
On today's show... * Radical magazine Clamor calls it quits in the face of financial difficulties * The annual demonstration at the School of the Americas draws over 20,000 supporters * An interview with a Guyasuta fellow about how to improve transportation in our region * plus more stories on casinos, Oaxaca, and Cameroon in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for October 23, 2006 IMC Rustbelt Radio collective 2006-10-23 11:48 PM
On this week's show... * We take a look at the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Black Panther Party * We hear how the new Right to Know law in India is empowering people to challenge corruption * Stories about the gaming task force in Pittsburgh and news from Palestine * and more in our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

audio Rustbelt Radio for October 9, 2006 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio Collective 2006-10-09 8:17 PM
On this week's show... * We learn about the growing movement of resistance to Columbus Day * We'll hear from Wheels of Justice Tour speakers in Pittsburgh * We'll hear eyewitness accounts of Jeb Bush being chased through the streets of downtown Pittsburgh by Steelworkers and anti-war picketers * We'll hear excerpts from a community meeting to discuss the redevelopment of the Nabisco factory corridor in East Liberty. * And, the civil rights documentary Eyes on the Prize is back on the air, having battled through years of copyright law restrictions (audio/mpeg)

audio The Best of Rustbelt Radio for Summer 2006 (September 4, 2006) IMC Rustbelt Radio collective 2006-09-04 10:13 PM
This week we will be presenting highlights of Rustbelt Radio stories from the last few months, including: * janitors spin the Wheel of Misfortune at the SouthSide Works * in Homewood and Garfield, the Pittsburgh police are criticized for car chases that result in multiple deaths and injuries * a local nonprofit sends help to the Caribbean * as the national spotlight was on Pittsburgh for this year's All Star Game, locals put the spotlight on the city's treatment of homeless, as well as the sweatshop conditions in factories making Pirates' apparel * several local organizations react to Israeli attacks as the war escalates with Lebanon * plus more on elections and repression in Mexico, the Mon-Fayette expressway, the South Central Farm in Los Angeles, and Immigration in the US (audio/mpeg)

video Rustbelt TV for Summer 2006 Rustbelt TV, Pittsburgh IMC video collective 2006-08-27 8:38 PM
Pittsburgh Indymedia presents a new edition of Rustbelt TV - news from the grassroots - featuring these stories and more: * Anti Sweatshop activists hold a carnival for workers rights during the All Star Game * Cyclists celebrate as they ride in Critical Mass, a monthly bike ride * Surviving in an Asian Megacity- a video about life in Jakarta * Prometheus Radio holds a station barnraising in Tennessee * Evo Morales is elected as the first Indigenous president in Latin America (video/x-ogg + 1 comment)

audio Repost of Rustbelt Radio Interview with the Mayor of Braddock Morgan 2006-07-27 1:07 AM
A repost of the long version of Rustbelt Radio's interview with Mayor John Fetterman of Braddock (audio/x-wav)

image In Braddock, Resistance to the Mon-Fayette Grows Morgan 2006-07-24 10:53 PM
In Braddock, Resistance to the Mon-Fayette Grows
Spelled out vertically, in letters ten feet tall on Braddok Avenue last Friday was the message: NO M-F-X, no to the Mon-Fayette Expressway. (image/jpeg + 5 comments)

audio Rustbelt Radio for July 24, 2006 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio collective 2006-07-24 8:37 PM
On this week's show * Ali Abunimah and Dahr Jamail comment on the Israeli bombardment of Lebanon * A Peace Vigil for Palestine and Lebanon takes place in Pittsburgh * We speak to Earth First activists who targeted a coal plant in Virginia * Fred Hampton Jr. is arrested in Chicago * plus our local and global headlines (audio/mpeg)

video Pittsburgh Critical Mass Video June 2006 (avi) Rob Cullen 2006-07-15 9:44 PM
Edited 8:13 video of June 2006's Critical Mass ride that was part of Pittsburgh Bikefest. With interviews, music, and a ton of bikes. (video/x-msvideo + 1 comment)

audio Rustbelt Radio for July 3, 2006 Indymedia Rustbelt Radio collective 2006-07-03 10:33 PM
This week we have a special bike theme show for Bike Fest, including stories... * about the Major Taylor Cycling Club and the Underground Railroad Cycling Route * Testimonies from cyclists injured in accidents, * An update from Bike Pittsburgh about Cycling Improvements in Pittsburgh * Paul Simpson speaking about bicycles as they relate to social equality * plus local and global headlines (audio/mpeg + 1 comment)

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