The Morning Show

The Morning Show – February 4, 2005

7:00 am
Black History Month: Reflecting on the Successes and Failures
of the Civil Rights Movement.
Nikhil Pal Singh, asst. professor of history at University of Washington,
author of Black is a Country: Race and the Unfinished Struggle for
Democracy
; Debran Rowland, civil rights attorney, author of Boundaries of Her Body: A
Troubling History of Women’s Rights in America
;
William Taylor, former General Counsel of US Commission on Civil Rights,
author of The Passion of My Times: An Advocate’s 50 Year Journey in the
Civil Rights Movement.

7:30 am
Black History Month: Reflecting on the Successes and Failures
of the Civil Rights Movement (continued, with open phones);
3 minutes of listener comments in response to the segment with Norman
Kelley, author of The Head Negro In Charge Syndrome.

8:00 am
Reyna Cowan, film reviewer: Born Into Brothels co-director Ross Kaufman The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill producer and co-director Judy Irving.

8:30 am
Muni fare hikes. Maggie Lynch, MUNI spokesperson,
Richard Marquez, with the Coalition for Transit Justice
Ross Mirkarimi, San Francisco Supervisor.

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