The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 10, 2004

7:00 am
War on Fallujah, Passing of Arafat. Dilip Hiro, author of Secrets and Lies: Operation "Iraqi Freedom" and After: A Prelude to the Fall of U.S. Power in the Middle East?; Maha Abu-Dayyeh Shamas, Director of the Women’s Center for Legal Aid and Counseling in Jerusalem and Human Rights activist.

7:30 am
David Bacon on Labor. Michael Casey, Unite Here Local 2, Hotel Workers Update; Mike Henneberry, Grocery Workers negotiations; Debate over Reconstitution of schools; Dennis Kelly, president of United Educators of SF; Michael Leahy, teacher at Sanchez Elementary; Mark Sanchez, school board member, SF.

8:00 am
3rd I presents, 2nd SF International South Asian Film Festival. Guests Parminda Nagra and Ivan Jaigirdar, Festival Director.

8:30 am
We the Planet Festival: Julia Butterfly Hill, Aya de Leon, www.wetheplanet.org.


Morning Show Segue Music:



Time: 1st hour


Artist: Michelle Shocked


Title: When I Grow Up


Album: Short Sharp Shocked

Label: PolyGram Records


Time: 2nd Hour


Artist: The Roots


Title: Why (What’s Goin On?)


Album: The Tipping Point

Label: Geffen Records


Time: 2nd Hour


Artist: The Roots


Title: Don’t Say Nuthin


Album: The Tipping Point

Label: Geffen Records

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