The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 23, 2005

7:00 am
Eyes Wide Open, the American Friends Service Committee’s widely-acclaimed exhibition on the human cost of the Iraq War. Darryl Bodley, steering committee for September 11 families for peaceful
tomorrows, daughter died on Sept. 11th;
Kelly Campbell, steering committee for September 11 families for peaceful
tomorrows.

7:30 am
David Bacon speaks with former Congressman David Bonior,
Director of American Rights at Work about the future of labor
To ask Levi’s to reinstate workers in the plant in Durango Mexico, fax
415-501-7112 or e-mail [email protected]

8:00 am
Water and Conflict
Peter Gleick, co-founder and President of the Pacific Institute in Oakland
and author of The World’s Water; Leila Farsakh, assistant professor of political science at U. Mass. Boston, and a specialist on the role of water in the Israel/Palestine conflict. Part of this week’s 3 part series on water, 8 am Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

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