The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 4, 2005

Crisis in Sudan.
Juhn Lueth, Administrator, Iowa State University at Ames.;
Martha Savedra, Assoc. Dir African Studies, UCB Dissertation on
Agrarian Politics in the Nuba Mountains


Generic AIDS Drugs in Brazil.
John Iverson, East Bay ACT-UP, Health Gap
Jamie Love, Director of the Consumer Project on Technology;
Dan Rosan, Program Director, Public Health and Access to Capital of
the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility; Zack Hurwitz, Global Exchange


Seeds of Change, Livermore Saturday Aug. 6, 5 PM;
Tara Dorabji, Outreach Director, Tri-Valley CAREs;
Holly Gwin-Graham, singer, songwriter, peace and justice activist


Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw

8:35 Maori Activists and Artists Visit the Bay Area

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