The Morning Show

The Morning Show – June 21, 2005

7:00

Charges of Terrorism in Lodi.
Basim Elkarra, Executive Director of the Council on American Islamic Relations.


7:30

Questioning and Rejecting Religion in a Time of Religious Extremism. Norm Allen — executive director of African-Americans for Humanism
and an editor at Free Inquiry magazine secularhumanism.org;
Larry Hickok, coordinator of East Bay Atheists ;
Lauren Renee Hotchkiss — administrator of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists (Cedar and Bonita),
www.bfuu.org


8:00

The Legacy of Slavery and the City of Oakland;
Heather MacDonald, staff writer for the Oakland Tribune.

8:20
Here There Is No Moon by Susan Stone 1-800-784-2433 1-800-SUICIDE


8:30

Annie Sprinkle, author of Dr. Sprinkle’s Spectacular Sex: Make
Over Your Love Life with one of the World’s Great Sex Experts

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