The Morning Show

The Morning Show – July 19, 2005


7:00

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. burnsinstitute.org


7:30

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


8:00

A Feature from John Watanabe

8:20
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.


8:30

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.

• The cost of independent media is high. Donate today to KPFA!      • Get Woke with Rising up with Sonali at 5 am, Democracy Now at 6 am, Upfront at 7 am and Democracy Now again at 9 am      • For more morning news and information check out UpFront daily 7am-9am      • Thank Berkeley restaurant Stella Nonna for their delicious contribution to the fund drive      

Share This