The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 18, 2005


7:00

Update on American Indians’ lawsuit for millions in unpaid oil
and gas royalties.
Elouise Cobell, lead plaintiff in the lawsuit and banker with the
Native American Bank, lives in Montana, member of the Blackfeet
Nation;
Marcella Burgess Giles, attorney at law working with the
Allottees in Oklahoma who are part of the class


7:30

Dogs and Parks.
Ashley Duval, Intern, Wildcat Creek Watershed Project and Student at
UCB, monitors dog impacts on the stream fauna and stream bank
integrity;
Jake Sigg, member of the Yerba Buena Chapter of California Native
Plant Society


8:00

Peretz Kidron, Jerusalem Correspondent, Withdrawal from Gaza


8:20

Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw


8:30

Mentoring Programs.
Sherry Kuehl Development Director,
The Crucible work on arts, industry and community
Community Enrichment Programs for Youth;
Henrietta Burroughs Founder & Exec Dir, East Palo Alto Center for
Community Media Involves students in reporting and writing for
print/radio;
Sharon Fuller, founder and Executive Director , Ma’at Youth
Academy, environmental issues

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