The Morning Show

The Morning Show – June 10, 2005

7:00
Bush’s Africa Policy.
Jakeya Caruthers, campaigns coordinator with Jubilee USA;
Nunu Kidane, coordinator of Priority Africa Network and member
of the
Bay Area Jubilee Debt Cancellation Committee.

7:30
Bob Laird, author of The Case for Affirmative Action in
University Admissions
.


8:00

Lesbians in popular culture.
Kate Clinton, humorist and author of new book What the L? in Talking a Blue Streak;
Leslie Lang, author of Dyke Drama: Your Guide to
Getting Out Alive
; Michele Kort, author of Dinah! Three Decades of Sex, Golf and Rock and Roll


8:45

The San Francisco Black Film Festival: www.sfbff.org; Ave Montague, festival coordinator; Stanley Nelson, director of the film "Sweet Honey in the Rock: Raise Your Voice."

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