The Morning Show

The Morning Show – June 30, 2005

7:00 am
7:00
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.


7:30

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.


8:00

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


8:24

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


8:30

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


8:47

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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