Extraction is a three-part podcast that traces the history of the United States Steel Corporation, the world’s first billion-dollar company, from its founding in 1901 through today, presenting stories of people and places from which U.S. Steel has extracted natural resources and labor.
Through the "On the Air" podcast, GASP staff covered topics related to air quality with the help of guest speakers. Are you curious how your nose protects your body from air pollution? Confused about ground level ozone versus the ozone layer? How can educators play a role?
In her three-part podcast series, “Extraction,” Chie Togami explores the “world-historical connections between Pittsburgh, the U.S. Steel Corporation, and people and places around the world that have figured deeply into the legacy of this transnational corporation.” Togami is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Pittsburgh, where she serves as a graduate student assistant at their World History Center. She is also a GASP board member.
'On the Air' Podcast
GASP is 'On the Air' with a podcast series! Our aim? To keep you up to date on the latest air quality issues in southwestern Pennsylvania. With a little bit of fun and a lot of guest speakers, On the Air with GASP will equip you with the tools you need to stay informed and actively engage in community issue.
Financial support for this podcast was provided by the Colcom Foundation.