The Morning Show

The Morning Show – June 8, 2005

7:00

Judicial appointments.
Paul Turner, senior program manager at the Greenlining Institute, a
multi-ethnic public policy, research and advocacy institute in
Berkeley;
Eva Jefferson Paterson, president of the Equal Justice Society, a
national organization of scholars, advocates and concerned
individuals advancing creative legal strategies and public policy
for enduring social change.

7:27
Mumia Abu Jamal Commentary "The Collapse of Compromise"

7:30

David speaks with Julia Quinones, a Mexican union organizer who
works with women in particular


8:00

Beth Custer, musician;
Joe Goode, choreographer;
"Hometown" at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

8:30
The Other Side of the Postcard — an anthology of poems that
explore the realities of people’s lives in San Francisco.
devorah major, who is completing her term as SF poet laureate;
Eric Foster; Nellie Wong.

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