The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 10, 2004

7:00 am
Being a lesbian in the Middle East. Rauda Morcos, founder of Aswat.

7:20 am
KPFA Local Station Board Candidate Applications due Sept. 25th. Brian Johns, KPFA local election supervisor.

7:30 am
What Should We Do Now?
Andrea Buffa, peace campaign coordinator for Global Exchange,
Leslie Kauffman, mobilizing coordinator, United For Peace and Justice,
Dawn Phillips, Siafu.

8:00 am
Reyna Cowan on film. “The Leopard” w/ Burt Lancaster (1963), “There’s Something About W.” house parties.

8:30 am
Michael Franti of Spearhead. 911 Power to the Peaceful Festival. Saturday 9/11 at Speedway Meadows in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. More info at kpfa.org; www.powertothepeaceful.org.

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