The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 8, 2005

7:00
Marin County, hotbed of civil rights struggles.
Ford Greene, attorney in San Anselmo who uses the side of his building
for a sign with political messages, under challenge by a group called
"Protect San Anselmo";
Vince Avellino, who is protesting the ticket he got honking his horn to
support war protesters in Tiburon/Belvedere


7:30

Bebe Moore Campbell, award-winning author of 72 Hour Hold,
a new novel that deals with mental illness and homosexuality in the black
community


8:00

Iraq, Saudi Arabia and the "war on terror" or whatever we’re calling
it now;
As’ad AbuKhalil, Professor of Political Science at California State
University, Stanislaus. Author of The Battle for Saudi Arabia:
Royalty, Fundamentalism, and Global Power

8:30

Opal Palmer Adisa and guest Karla Brundage discuss everyday ways
to bond with your kids

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