Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – May 29, 2005

Matt Gonzalez continues to fill in for Larry Bensky, who is home
recovering nicely after successful surgery.

The first hour, we speak with Yvonne Latty, author of We Where There:
Voices of African
American Veterans, from World War II to the War in Iraq.

We will open up phones and hope to hear from African American
Veterans in our listening audience.

The Second hour, we’ll do a short update on the U.S. Senate struggle
with Bush’s judicial nominees, and the status of the filibuster rules.

Then, we will learn about the status of Eco-Justice among people
around the World as we learn about the United Nations sponsored World
Environment Day being held in San Francisco this week.
We’ll have guests from the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
discussing the coming together of the social justice movements with
the environmental protection movements

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