The Morning Show

The Morning Show – July 1, 2005

7:00
Same Sex Marriage – Canada, Spain, and the U.S.
Kate Kendall, executive director, National Center for Lesbian Rights;
Michelangelo Signorile, journalist, author, talk show host


7:30

The "Asian Mystique"
Sheridan Prasso, author of The Asian Mystique: Dragon Ladies,
Geisha Girls, and Our Fantasies of the Exotic Orient


7:57

Sandra Day O’Connor retires from the U. S. Supreme Court.
Jamin Raskin, Professor of Constitutional Law at American University,
author of Overruling Democracy.


8:00

Reyna Cowan, film diva — "Twist of Faith"; "Mana"

8:30
Carcinogens in cosmetics.
Janet Nudelman, director of program and policy at the Breast Cancer Fund;
Davis Baltz, senior project director with Commonweal.


8:45

"Roots of Resistance from the Midwest to West Oakland" — the third
and final segment of "Postcards from the Heartland," Ingrid Evjen-Elias’s
audio essay about her bike trip through Midwest farm country

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