The Morning Show

The Morning Show – July 22, 2005

7:00
The third anniversary of the Downing Street memo.
John Bonifaz, co-founder of After Downing Street, Boston-based attorney
specializing in constitutional law, and author of Warrior King: The Case
for
Impeaching George W. Bush
;
Medea Benjamin, co-founder of the human rights group Global Exchange
and the women’s peace group CODEPINK, both members of the After Downing
Street coalition

7:30
Guantanamo in the news.
Barbara Olshansky, Director Counsel of the Guantánamo Global Justice
Initiative, a new project of the Center for Constitutional Rights
CLIPS from interview – former detainee Moazzam Begg speaks to Wake Up
Call’s Deepa Fernandes and Pratap Chetterjee
Possible guest: Jane Mayer, New Yorker writer


8:00

Film with Reyna Cowan –live phone interview with Ilil Alexander,
director of "Keep Not Silent" part of the SF Jewish Film Festival
www.SFJFF.org

8:30
Race and Sports.
Patrick Miller, professor of history at Northeastern Illinois University
and co-author (with David Wiggins) of The Unlevel Playing Field: A
Documentary History of the African American Experience in Sport
and
Sport and the Color Line: Black Athletes and Race Relations in 20th
Century America
.
Also, hopefully either Charlene Teters, Floyd Red Crow Westerman or Vernon
Bellecourt from the National Coalition on Racism in Sports and Media

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