The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 22, 2005

7:00 am
Household Dust. Beverly Thorpe, International Director of Clean Production Action and co-author of Sick of Dust

7:20 am
International Feminist Movement report back; Christine Ahn, director of Peace and International Solidarity at the Women of Color Resource Center;
Marilyn Fowler with the California Women’s Agenda.

7:30 am
Healthcare for All: How Do We Attain That? Phil Lebherz, founder of the Foundation for Health Coverage; Andrew McGuire, Executive Director of Health Care for All; Don Bechler, chair of the San Francisco chapter of Health Care for All and organizer with California Physicians Alliance; Because Senator Jackie Speier chairs the insurance committee, proponents of
the bill are concerned that it will die on April 6th without her support.
If you’re interested in this issue, you can send handwritten letters to
Senator Speier asking her to co-author bill SB 840. Senator Speier’s
address is: State Senator Jackie Speier, State Capital, Sacramento, CA 95814

8:00 am
Privatization of Water
Anuradha Mittal, executive director of the Oakland Institute
Laura Santina, chair of the new "Save the Water" campaign for the Women’s
International League for Peace and Freedom. Part of a 3 part series on water this week on the Morning Show, 8 am Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

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