The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 2, 2005

7:00 am
Jose Padilla and The Supreme Court on the Death Penalty.
Barbara Olshansky, Assist. Legal Director,
Center for Constitutional Rights.

7:30 am
David Bacon on Labor. Barry Fike, Berkeley Federation of Teachers;
Terry Doran, BUSD Board member.

8:00 am
Martin Bennett, history instructor at Santa Rosa Junior College,
Nari Rhee, Ph.D candidate in Geography at UC Berkeley and co-author of
the new study The Limits of Prosperity: Growth, Inequality, and
Poverty in the North Bay
.

8:30 am
Jubilee 2000. Neil Watkins, National Coordinator of the Jubilee USA Network.

8:50 am
Winnemem Wintu. Caleen Sisk-Franco, spiritual and political leader of the Winnemem Wintu Tribe with Julia Butterfly Hill, author and activist.

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