The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 6, 2004

7:00 am
Labor digest with David Bacon.

7:30 am
No Bosses Here: Worker Coops: Democracy in the Workplace and Responsibility in the Community. John Curl, author of Worker Cooperatives vs. Wage Slavery; Gordon Edgar, Rainbow Grocery cheese buyer; Bernard Martszalek, Inkworks sales and marketing.

8:00 am
SamTrans Bus Labor Mural Exhibit: Our Work Life. Oscar Melara, artist;
Kate Connell, artist; www.ourworklife.org

8:30 am
"Outsider" art first in a two-part series. Gary Alan Fine, professor of sociology at Northwestern University and author of the new book Everyday Genius: Self-Taught Art and the Culture of Authenticity; Tom Di Maria, executive director of Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland, nationally known for supporting and developing the art of people with disabilities; Amy Taub, director of Creativity Explored in SF, current show at SF Public Library "Don’t Call Me Retard"; Stephen Geeter, artist, works with Creativity Explored.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist: Kirk Lightsey


Title: I Told You So


Album: The Nights Of Bradley’s

Label: SunnysideCommunications Inc.

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