The Morning Show

The Morning Show – July 18, 2005

7:00
The influences on the selection of the Supreme Court nominee
Michael Scherer, Washington correspondent for Mother Jones maga-
zine
Jocelyn Frye, director of legal & public policy at the Nat’l Partnership for
Women and Families

7:30

Disability Rights in CA state parks.
Stephen Tollafield, Lawyer for the Plaintiffs (from Disability Rights
Advocates law firm);
Roy Stearns, Deputy Director for Communications, California
Department of Parks & Recreation;
Gene LaZano, Chair of the Committee on Access and Transportation
for the California Council of the Blind;


8:00


Afghanistan: Civilians and Aid Workers Under Siege.
Nicolas de Torrente , executive director, Doctors Without
Borders
Didier Le Fevre, freelance photographer and co-author of Le
Photographe,
a book documenting his time in Afghanistan
Nisha Varia , Asia researcher in the women’s rights division
of Human Rights Watch, author of an Oct. ’04 report on intimidation of
women in Afghanistan,


8:30

Sports, politics and resistance.
Dave Zirin, author of What’s My Name, Fool?: Sports and Resistance
in the United States
.
Larry Salomon, professor of ethnic studies at San Francisco State
University.

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