The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 1, 2004

7:00 am
The Nader Factor. Mitch Jesserich, Washington D.C. correspondent for Free Speech Radio News.

7:30 am
Women and the 2004 Vote. Latasha Brown, director of the Center for Citizen Participation, Kristen Rowe-Finkbeiner, author of The F Word: Feminism in Jeopardy: Women Politics, and the Future.

8:00 am
Election-related feature pieces from the KPFA News Department and Mumia Abu Jamal: Christopher Martinez on Proposition 71 stem cell research;
Krina Despota on San Francisco Supervisors District 9 race: Tom Ammiano is the incumbent; Krina Despota on San Francisco Supervisors District 5 race: Matt Gonzalez’s seat; For people who can’t vote: Mumia Abu Jamal commentary on voting.

8:30 am
BART Earthquake Safety Bond Measure AA. Lynette Sweet, BART director,
Ken Hambrick, chair of the Alliance for Contra Costa Taxpayers.

Morning Show Segue Music:

Time: 1st hour

Artist: Enrico Pieranunzi

Title: Le Notti Di Cabiria

Album: Fellini Jazz

Label: Cam Production

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