The Morning Show

The Morning Show – April 4, 2005

7:00 am
The Pope: What Now? Rea Howarth — coordinator of the Catholics Speak Out program for the Quixote Center; Nanette Navarre (na-VARR) — associate pastor at Saint George and Saint Kasmir parishes, poor inner-city parishes in Saginaw, Michigan — two of the very few in which women are allowed to preach.

7:30 am
Poor News Network.

8:00 am
American Labor and the Cold War: Grassroots Politics and Postwar Political Culture William Issel, co-editor; Don Watson, contributor and co-founder of the San Francisco Bay Area Labor History Workshop and advisory board member of the SFSU Labor Archives and Research Center.

8:40 am
On the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.,
The Dream Continues: An Evening with Yolanda King.
First Congregational Church in Oakland 2501 Harrison Street 7 p.m. tonight
Yolanda King, eldest daughter of Martin Luther King Jr., actor, author of
Open My Eyes, Open My Soul: Celebrating Our Common Humanity.

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