The Morning Show

The Morning Show – July 19, 2005


The Case of Maribel Cuevas.
Gloria Hernandez, activist with Coalition for Civil Rights in Fresno
(a police watchdog group), and a volunteer for a language rights
project with the Employment Law Center in San Francisco;
James Bell, founding director of the W. Haywood Burns Institute, a national
organization working to reduce the overrepresentation of youth of color in
the juvenile justice system.


"The Poured Fire on Us from the Sky: The true Story of Three
Lost Boys from Sudan" Alephonsion Deng
Judy Bernstein


A Feature from John Watanabe

Braided Lives: a collaboration between visual artists and writers.
Alexandra Plummer, artist and participant in the exhibit with a
piece entitled "Tunnel Through West Oakland."
Anne Bishop, co-organizer of the exhibit, and participant as well:
wrote a poem about Alexandra’s art work
exhibit is on display at SomArts Cultural Center thru July 28th.


Gender and sports.
Helen Lenskyj, professor of sociology at the University of Toronto,
author of Out on the Field: Gender, Sport and Sexualities;
Summer Lee, former softball star at Stanford University;
Pat Griffin, director of It Takes a Team an education campaign for
lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues in sport.

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