The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 26, 2004

7:00 am
Don Perata, newly-elected president pro tem of the California State Senate.
Jamie Court, Executive Director of the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights and author of Corporateering: How Corporate Power Steals Your Personal Freedom and What You Can Do About It; Dan Walters, reporter with the Sacramento Bee.

7:30 am
Update on issues related to prisoner abuse during the “War on Terror.” Jill Savitt, Human Rights First Communications Director; Shereef Akeel, an attorney on the legal team representing Iraqi detainees at Abu Ghraib and elsewhere in a federal class action.

8:00 am
Rushing to catch a ferry in the Vermillion Valley of the Sierra. Alison Bowman is a humor writer whose work has appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, The Comic News and

8:20 am
Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw.

8:30 am
Rural to Urban: the concerns of small farmers and farmworkers
Hector Fernandez, program manager for the Agricultural Worker Health and Housing Program at the Rural Community Assistance Corporation in Sacramento ; Lorette Picciano, executive director of Rural Coalition in Wash. DC,; John Zippert, director of the Rural Training & Research Center for the Federation of Southern Cooperatives, which has been fighting to save black-owned land since 1967; LoXing Kiatoukaysi Director of the Hmong American Community in Fresno.

Morning Show Segue Music:

Time: 1st hour

Artist: Joyce Kouffman

Title: Keep On Moving

Album: Who Has Not Been Touched

Label: JoyceJazz

Time: 2nd hour

Artist: Joyce Kouffman

Title: Vicissitudes

Album: Who Has Not Been Touched

Label: JoyceJazz

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