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 disRespect Radio 
 Why G20 Riots Don't Necessarily Foretell Chaos
 Weekly Program
 Simon Black, Ressearcher City Institute=-098765432qawsertyuiop[]/';lkjhgfdsdzc vbnm]
 disRespect disability awareness radio  
 Attribution Non-commercial (by-nc) 
Simon Black discusses the significance of violence at the 2009 London G20
Geoff Langhorne, Host, Producer
Greg Lucas, Broadcast Style Consultant

Music -
1. Albert Ammons - The Boogie Rocks
2.Henry Gray - Henry's Houserocker
3.Memphis Slim - The Rolling Boogie
Interview and Disability and Poverty News Condensation may be split for separate airing. For excerpts from interview, contact producer using button above.

 disRespect - 2009 G20 by Simon Black Download Program Podcast
Why G20 Riots Don't Necessarily Foretell Chaos
00:59:32 English
 93.3 FM CFMU Hamilton
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2009 London G20 - Why Violence doesn\'t necessarily foretell chaos  00:59:32  128Kbps mp3
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