The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 11, 2005


7:00

Yucca Mountain.
Judy Treichle, Executive Director of the Nevada Nuclear
Waste Task Force;
Diane D’Arrigo, radioactive waste project director Nuclear
Information and Resources Service


7:20

Arizona’s Proposition 200 upheld by court.
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund.


7:30

Equal Time for Intelligent Design.
Glenn Branch, Deputy Director of the National Center for Science
Education


8:00

Invisible Cities.
Tim Barsky, Flutebeatbox;


8:20

Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw

8:30
Youth Mentoring.
Hadley Falz, Assistant Director, Tutoring Center, St. John’s
Educational Thresholds Center in the Mission. www.sjetc.org;
After-school tutoring program – Academics, Visual Arts (mosaics)
Dance, Sports;
David Mohamed Executive Director Mentoring Center Oakland —
mentor’s highly at-risk youth www.mentor.org;
Grace Shoeniger, Executive Director, Invest in Kids,
Contra Costa High Schools investinkids.net

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