The Morning Show

The Morning Show – April 6, 2005

7:00 am
Supreme Court Challenge to the Coastal Commission.
Ann Notthoff, Calif. Advocacy Director of the Natural Resources
Defense Council
Mark Massara, Environmental Lawyer on Coastal Protection Issues for the
Sierra Club.

7:30 am
David Bacon on Labor: The University of California and AFSCME –
The American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees, just took
a vote to strike all the campuses of the University of California on April
14. Melvin Oatis, UCSF; Catherine Tu from UC Berkeley;
Paul Worthman, chief negotiator.

8:00 am
Another Trial of the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Dept. and the Eureka
City Police for the use of Pepper Spray against demonstrators.
Spring Lundberg, plaintiff;
Elliot Feigunbaum, jury foreman for the last trial which resulted in a hung
jury 6-2.

8:20 am
The second anniversary of the Oakland Police attack on antiwar
demonstrators at the Port of Oakland
Benefit for Willow Rosenthal, Thurs. 4/7 (tomorrow) 7 PM to 12 (21 or over)
Café Van Kleef, 1621 Telegraph, Oakland. Willow Rosenthal, injured demonstrator; Osha Newman, civil rights attorney who helped get Oakland police to adopt new crowd control policies as a result of what happened two years ago.

8:30 am
"Made in Palestine" at Somarts Gallery
Daniel Ward, Queers undermining Israeli Terrorism;
Samia Halaby, Palestinian artist, Prof. of Art, and author;
Susan Greene, clinical psychologist artist and founding member of the Break
the Silence Mural Project
; James Harithas, curator of the Made in Palestine project.

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