The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 9, 2004

7:00 am
Continuing Revolt in Iraq. As’ad Abukhalil, Professor of Political Science Cal State Univ. Stanislaus, author of The Battle for Saudi Arabia and Saudia Arabia & the US: The Tale of the Good Taliban.

7:30 am
Ward Churchill, Prof. of American Indian Studies and Chair of the Dept. of Ethnic Studies at the Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, author of On the Justice of Roosting Chickens: Reflections on the Consequences of US Imperial Arrogance and Criminality.

8:00 am
The Governor’s Plans for Education. Diana Fuentes-Michel, Executive Director of the Calif. Student Aid Commission, Sheila Jordan, Alameda County Superintendent of Schools, Delaine Eastin, Ex. Dir. of the National Institute for School Leadership Former State Superintendent of Schools.

8:30 am
Opal Palmer-Adisa, Parenting editor. Volunteer opportunities for children, teenagers and families. John Power, Executive Director, San Francisco Volunteer Center.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist: Harvey Mason


Title: Bernie’s Tune


Album: With All My Heart

Label: BMG Music


Time: 2nd hour


Artist: Harvey Mason


Title: One Morning in May


Album: With All My Heart

Label: BMG Music


Time: 2nd hour


Artist: Art Hirahara


Title: Should Sun Follow Rain


Album: Edge of This Earth

Label: BMG Music

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