The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 10, 2005


7:00

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


7:30
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 laborcenter.berkeley.edu
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)


8:00

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


8:30

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.
girlthrive.com

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