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Listen to Recent RadioActive Programs (Progressive Radio Program from Maine)
22 Feb 2002
RadioActive is a grassroots environmental and social justice news journal hosted by Amy Browne and Meredith DeFrancesco and heard Thursdays from 4:00 - 4:30 pm on WERU FM , 89.9 Blue Hill and 102.9 Bangor, Maine. Click to listen to some of the most recent programs.
Recent RadioActive
Programs
John Rensenbrink on Race, Justice and the Environment, Feb 21, 2002

John Resenbrink, professor at Bowdoin college and Green Party activist
speaks on race, justice and the environment.

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New to the Internet: Andrea DeFrancesco
on BioDiesel, Originally broadcast Dec 6, 2001
Andrea DeFrancesco talks about how you can easily make fuel from
waste vegetable oil to run in a diesel engine. This fuel can be
be domestically produced and will drastically cut emissions.

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Is Aquaculture Fouling the Downeast Marine Environment? Feb 14, 2002

Downeast Maine seafloor fouled by fishpen manure. White splotches
are mats of billions of infectious bacteria.

Penobscot Bay Watch campaigner,
Ron Huber and researcher, Dr. Susan Shaw of the Marine
Environmental Research Institute discuss industrial fish pens, toxicity
and disease in the Downeast Maine marine environment.

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World Economic Forum Protest Coverage in NYC, Broadcast Feb 7, 2002



Mainers at the World Economic Forum protests in
New York City. Photo by Jen Nagy. Click here
for more photos from the Maine Indymedia Center.
Coverage of the World Economic Forum (WEF) protests in New York
city February 2, 2002.
The WEF is a private member organization comprising representatives
from 1,000 of the world's largest corporations including Microsoft,
Monsanto, Nike, General Motors and, until recently, Enron. Originally
formed in 1971 as the European Management Forum, the Swiss-based
group has grown into a major global agenda setter and a leading
proponent of corporate globalization. Until this year, the organization
held its annual meeting in the Swiss mountain resort town of Davos.
For more info about the WEF see the
indymedia centers guide to the WEF
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Laid Off Workers Rally in Bangor, Maine, Broadcast Jan 24, 2002

Workers from several recently closed plants in the Bangor, ME area
spoke out about the effects of plant closings and lay offs on January
22nd. [Note: This program was rebroadcast on Jan 31, 2002 due to
WERU not broadcasting at full power the previous week.]
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Laid Off Saucony Worker Interview, Jan 17, 2002
Former Saucony Shoe worker Jeanette Seger and Jack McKay of the
Central Maine Labor Council speak about the effects of recent plant
closings and layoffs.
A-Infos Radio Project: [56k
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Lawsuit to Clean up Mercury Contamination in Maine Jan 10, 2002
Jesse Graham of the Maine People's Alliance talks about the lawsuit
to get the companies responsible for serious mercury pollution to
clean up their mess.

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RadioActive is a grassroots environmental and social justice news journal hosted
by Amy Browne & Meredith DeFrancesco, and heard weekly on WERU
FM 89.9 Blue Hill and 102.9 Bangor, Maine. The program airs each Thursday
at 4:00 pm. For more information on RadioActive, visit http://www.freespeech.org/ran
 
 
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