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In this episode of Conversation@wqed, Michael Bartley is joined by Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh President Esther Bush to talk about the issues that she’ll be tackling from education to better jobs and her hopes for the city of Pittsburgh.

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Wednesday, August 20

conversation@wqed: Esther Bush

In this episode of Conversation@wqed, Michael Bartley is joined by Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh President Esther Bush to talk about the issues that she’ll be tackling from education to better jobs and her hopes for the city of Pittsburgh.


Wednesday, August 27

conversation@wqed: Steven Zappala and Tom Swan

Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala and Deputy District Attorney Tom Swan join Michael Bartley to talk about their new initiative created to help combat the problems emergency responders face when responding to situations involving someone with autism.


October 10, 2012

NASCAR owner and Pittsburgh native Chip Ganassi joined Michael Bartley in the studio for an in-depth interview about Pittsburgh, racing and more. ... watch

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