The Morning Show

The Morning Show – June 30, 2005

7:00 am
Elections in the Congo postponed.
Jacques Depelchin, co-founder of the Ota Benga Alliance for Peace in the Congo;
Professor Ernest Wamba Diawamba, senator in the transitional senate
of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.


Looming humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe.
Dr. John Makumbe, Political Science lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe;
Andrew Meldrum, author of Where We Have Hope: A Memoir of Zimbabwe;
Pamela Michael, visited Zimbabwe in May.


Sister Helen Prejean, author of Death of Innocents: An
Eyewitness Account of Wrongful Executions
and Dead Man Walking. 800-794-8813


Richard Wolinsky of KPFA’s Cover to Cover interviewed Jonathan
Safran Foer, author of Everything Is Illuminated and Extremely
Loud and Incredibly Close


The European Union Maintains the Ban on Genetically Modified
Ben Lilliston, Communications Director for the Institute for
Agriculture and Trade Policy.


Postcards from the Heartland Part 2: "A Local Revolution" Ingrid
Evjen Elias speaks with farmers who are redefining the relationship
between producers and consumers.

7:30 am
A discussion of Zimbabwe with guests including Andrew Meldrum, author
of Where We Have Hope: A Memoir of Zimbabwe.

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