The Marc Steiner Show

July 23, 2008

The Marc Steiner Show for Wednesday July 23rd will include three topics:

The show will begin with a conversation about the ACLU’s allegations that the Maryland State Police spent hundreds of hours in 2005 and 2006 infiltrating and spying on anti-death penalty and peace groups in Baltimore. Marc will speak to:

  • David Rocah, attorney for the ACLU
  • Max Obuszewski, peace activist
  • Maria Allwine, peace activist
  • The Maryland State Police were invited but have declined the invitation.

*After the show today, we recorded a short interview with Maryland Senator Ben Cardin that followed up on this discussion. Please click here to listen to his thoughts on the spying issue.

The show will then move to a look at coal mining and how practices like mountain top removal are changing Appalachia and the lives of the people who live there. Marc will talk to:

photo by Justin Levy
  • Debbie Jarrel, lifetime resident of West Virginia’s Coal River Valley and an anti-mountain top removal activist.

To learn more about mountaintop removal, go to our forum for a great list of links, as well as more info and discussion. Also, check out these posts on our blog from our trip to West Virginia: post1 post2 post3

Finally, we’ll broadcast an excerpt of Marc’s interview with a textile artist whose pieces made of hair are currently being exhibited at the Walters Art Museum. Marc will talk with:

  • Sonya Clark, Chair/Professor in the Craft and Media Studies department at VCU School of the Arts in Richmond, VA.


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The Marc Steiner Show airs Monday thru Friday from 10AM to Noon on WEAA 88.9 FM. The show covers the topics that matter, engaging real voices, from Charm City to Cairo and beyond. Call us at 410.319.8888 or email us to participate live in the show, or share your comments on our site! Aren’t in Baltimore but want to listen? Stream the show live.


Comments

  1. Great interview with Debbie. She is a true hillbilly heroine! Thank you all so much for covering this topic and discussing the situation that exists here in the Coal River Valley and throughout Appalachia…

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