The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 10, 2005


Stream lining the Death Penalty.
Richard Dieter, executive director of the Death Penalty Information
Robin Maher, director of the American Bar Association’s Death
Penalty Representation Project.

Max Pringle, sitting in for David Bacon on Labor.
Katie Quan, chair of the Center for Labor Research and Education,
(also on chopping block: Institute of Industrial Relations (CLRE’s parent
org.) and the statewide Labor and Employment Fund
the appeal of the certification of a class action against Wal-Mart:
Betty Lawrence, attorney at Davis, Cowell, and Bowe, one of the
attorneys representing the class, in studio
Liza Featherstone, author of Selling Women Short: The Landmark
Battle for Workers’ Rights at WalMart
(Basic Books — out in paper
next month)


Elizabeth Boardman, author of Taking a Stand: A Guide to Peace
Teams and Accompaniment Projects Chris Moore-Bockman, a young Quaker who has spent a lot of time in a
peace village in Colombia


Dr. Patti Feuereisen, author (with Caroline
Pincus) of Invisible Girls: The Truth About Sexual Abuse; A Book
for Teen Girls, Young Women, and Everyone Who Cares About Them.

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