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Latest Rustbelt Radio Re-broadcasts on IndyRadio

Updated March 28, 2012: The stream address has changed and a new show is added! The 4 latest one hour programs from Rustbelt radio stream continuously - the March 26th show starts at 8:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time GMT -4, and is repeated every 4 hours. Here we have the direct links and program descriptions:

The direct link that will play in iTunes, Windows Media, and almost all players is here: http://radiotube.nu:2012/rust.m3u The complete list of what's playing is continuously updated here - http://radiotube.nu:2012/ and here http://indyradio.nu:2012 use the links with the play buttons marked m3u.

4 hours of Rustbelt Radio continuously repeat on IndyRadio

Program listings From http://radio.indypgh.org/
shows play in the order listed, and repeat continuously 24/7

Rustbelt Radio for Mar. 26, 2012

  • We examine the issue of juvenile life without parole.
  • An exclusive interview with a member of the Anonymous hacking group about recent arrests
  • We examine the impact of the Marcellus drilling industry on forest ecology.
  • Updates of prisoner abuse and resistance from inside the prison industrial complex.
  • And more in our local and global headlines
Rustbelt Radio for Mar. 12, 2012
  • We hear about the work of prison doulas who support pregnant women behind bars.
  • An update about Japan's recovery one year after Fukushima and the Obama Administration's nuclear plans.
  • We examine air quality impacts of the Marcellus industry, as Allegheny County's first Marcellus compressor station permit is now under review.
  • A feature on Women of Color Herstory month with recap from the Kinks, Locks and Twists Conference and Her Voice events
  • And more in our local and global headlines

Rustbelt Radio for Feb. 27, 2012

  • Wikileaks releases the first of 5 million e-mails from private intelligence corporation Stratfor
  • The government subpoenas an Occupy Wall Street activist for his Twitter records.
  • We air an interview from Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting about Apple and coverage of Apple with longtime workers' right advocate and researcher Jeff Ballinger.
  • Radio Against Apartheid interviewed CODEPINK's Medea Benjamin about her recent experiences in Bahrain
  • We hear from local activist, Brittany McBryde, on her new documentary, "The Image of Black Women"
  • And more in our local and global headlines (more text)
Rustbelt Radio for Feb. 13, 2012
  • University of Pittsburgh Students hold an event to showcase new Affordable Care Act contraceptive policy
  • Occupy Pittsburgh exits its downtown camp
  • Lessons learned from Iraq, as peace activists work to end the Afghanistan war
  • Occupy Our Heathcare demands universal healthcare at a rally downtown
  • A feature on the importance of radical love
  • And more in our local and global headlines
Rustbelt Radio for Jan. 30, 2012
  • 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

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