The Morning Show

The Morning Show – July 22, 2005

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
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

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


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

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
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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