The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 18, 2005

7:00 am
Allegations that Alameda County DA’s excluded Jews and black women from death penalty juries. Nancy Appel, Associate Director of the Anti-Defamation League-San Francisco office; Stephanie Faucher, Program Director of Death Penalty Focus.

7:20 am
Bush Administration nomination of Paul Wolfowitz to the World Bank. Robert Weissman, co-director of Essential Action, a D.C. based organization working on international development issues.

7:30 am
Jacquelynn Baas and Mary Jane Jacob, editors of Buddha Mind in Contemporary Art; Kim Anno, local artist; Tom Marioni, conceptual artist.

8:00 am
Jewish Music Festival. Ellie Shapiro, Director of the 20th Annual Jewish Music Festival; Omar Faruk, of the Omar Faruk Tekbilek Ensemble.

8:20 am
Yucca Mountain: Evidence that the government falsified scientific data.
Kevin Kamps, spokesperson for the Radioactive Waste Project,
part of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service.

8:30 am
Rebirth of a Nation: A multi-media performance work by Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid, at Yerba Buena Center.

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