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Wednesday August 11th, 2010

Posted on August 11, 2010 by Flashpoints

Thousands Protesting Section 8 Housing Failures in Atlanta Today

The economy takes another turn for the worse as thousands in Atlanta riot over housing shortages; on today’s extended Community Business, we’ll take a look at the state of today’s economy as it continues to unravel; also, an update on the case of the Scott Sisters who are serving two life sentences for an 11 dollar robbery eye witnesses say they didn’t do; and we’ll have a report on BP’s cash supporting academic apartheid at the University of California.

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Will Evans, Investigative Reporter with California Watch

Tyson Slocum, Director of the energy program at Public Citizen

Miguel Altieri, Professor of Entemology at UC Berkeley and critic of the BP-University deal

Kambiz Mostofi, Spokesman for the family of the Scott Sisters

Catherine Austin-Fitts, Editor of Solari and Community Business contributor


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