The Morning Show

The Morning Show – February 7, 2005

7:00 am
Iraq Elections Update/Iran/ Condoleeza in Europe and Israel.
Houzan Mahmoud, Head of Organization of Women’s Freedom in Iraq and author
of Why I am not taking part in these phoney elections -London Independent; Ramzy Baroud, Editor-in Chief of the Palestine Chronicle, author of The problem with Western Democracy, (Christian Science Monitor on Thurs. 2/3); Ervand Abrahamian, Professor of Middle East History at Baruch.

7:30 am
Bay Bridge New Span Update. Randy Rentschler, Manager of Legal and Public Affairs at Municipal Transit Authority; Loni Hancock, State Assembly Member Dist. 14;
Sean Holstege, Regional Transportation Reporter for the Oakland Tribune,

8:00 am
Panel on the life of Mary Ellen Pleasant, an African-American
abolitionist known in California as "The Mother of Civil Rights."
Lynn Hudson, author of The Making of ‘Mammy Pleasant’;
Michelle Cliff, author of Free Enterprise: A Novel of Mary Ellen Pleasant; Devorah Major, San Francisco’s third Poet Laureate.

8:30 am
Parenting with Opal Palmer-Adisa: Being a Professional and
Being a Mother—Aneda Adesanya, busy mother of three.

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