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It's Community Week at BTR! On today's show, we're bringing you the interviews behind two headlines you can find on the BreakThru Radio site today. Up first, Dr. Deborah Peel is a psychoanalyst and founder of Patients Privacy Rights who helps us better understand the new ways that Google is infringing on the rights of its users. And later, Tanya Silverman talks more about urban development with John J. George of the Detroit Blight Busters, a charitable group helping the Motor City fight decay.
A look into how simple it is to buy protesters for real causes.
After developments in Edward Snowden’s exile, the organizers behind the 'Restore the Fourth' rallies of last month return.
Demonstrators gather across the country to express outrage at Saturday's verdict in Florida.
Josh Fox’s sequel examines air and water contamination, this time demanding action from politicians.
Activists spend their holiday exercising their right to protest NSA surveillance.
The biotech giant's recent legislative and judicial victories in the US sparks both domestic and international concern.
Celebrating International Women's Day, Rand Paul's 13 hour filibuster, and an NYPD deputy inspector says a rape wasn't a violent act because the person was unconscious.
An exchange between a independent journalist and an editor illustrates the state of freelance journalism, prosecutorial overreach from Aaron Swartz to Michael Premo, and a listener asks about tenure for elementary and secondary school teachers.
The problems with piling on Rihanna, drone advocates push for looser regulations for domestic drones, and MSNBC feigns independence despite hiring Axelrod and Gibbs.
Ramarley Graham's family files law suit against the NYPD, Michelle Alexander's op-ed on why cops get away with perjury, and Trayvon Martin would've just turned 18. Also, the DOJ white paper on assassinating US citizens, and listener mail from the undocumented crypt.

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