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audio Rustbelt Radio for May 30, 2005 Pittsburgh IMC Rustbelt Radio Collective 2005-05-31 12:16 AM
On today's show, an interview with our featured local grassroots organization of the week, Canaries in the Coalfields, a new group opposing the coal industry and its effects on the environment, workers and communities. Also we'll take a look at a new piece of immigration reform legislation: "The Secure America and Orderly Immigration Act of 2005" (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 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)

image Fourth World War showing in Morgantown daniil Kharms 2005-02-26 12:09 PM
Fourth World War showing in Morgantown
Big Noise Films Fourth World War to Screen in Morgantown (image/jpeg + 2 comments)

text McCarthyism in Morgantown Daniil Kharms 2005-01-03 6:47 PM
An Iranian couple is fired from NIOSH as the PATRIOT act hits Morgantown. (text/plain)

image Morgantown under Marine Occupation PFC Sundizzy (un)Imbedded 2004-05-15 2:42 PM
Morgantown under Marine Occupation
A report from behind the front lines of the marine occupation of Morgantown. (image/jpeg + 3 comments)

text Speak Out Against Marine Training Private Sundizzy 2004-05-02 10:32 PM
Come to the Morgantown city council meeting this Tuesday, May 4, at 7:00, to voice your opposition to the Marine training exercises in Morgantown. (text/plain + 4 comments)

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