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Sierra Club Radio - August 6, 2011

This week on Sierra Club Radio:  1) Environmental hero Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. talks with us about the new film The Last Mountain, and the devastation that mountaintop removal mining has caused in Appalachia 2) Bill Price from the Sierra Club in West Viriginia on the recent March to save Blair Mountain and why 800 people marched for days in the summer heat to save this historic place.

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