The Morning Show

The Morning Show – June 24, 2005

7:00
Sweatshop Free. San Francisco Ordinance to be introduced Tuesday. Valerie Orth, Campaign Organizer, Global Exchange;
Nikki Bas, Executive Director, Sweatshop Watch.

7:20
Hawaiian Sovereignty and the Akaka Bill.
Clyde Namuo, adminstrator with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs; Ann Keala Kelly, journalist, filmmaker.


7:52

A victory over Comcast:
Peter Franck, chair of Media Action Marin, former president of Pacifica
Foundation.

8:00
Racism, Mississippi and the case of Edgar Ray Killen
Gary Younge, author of the book No Place Like Home, a Black Briton’s
Journey Through the Deep South
and Shifting Blame in Mississippi, cover story of the July 11th issue of the The Nation.


8:30

Skin Cancer – It’s Summer, Protect Yourself and Loved Ones! Dr. Richard Graham, dermatologist.

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