The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 26, 2005

7:00
Chris Toensing, Middle East Research and Information Project www.merip.org


7:30

Hip Hop and Academia.
Dawn-Elissa Fischer, anthropologist, filmmaker and educator concerned with
the ways youth around the world use Hiphop as a tool for political
empowerment. Currently the Education Outreach Coordinator at the Hiphop
Archive S. Craig Watkins, author of Hip Hop Matters: Politics, Popular
Culture, and the Struggle for the Soul of a Movement


8:00

Sistahs Steppin’ With Pride.
Alfia Walking Tree, founder and executive director of Spirit Drumz:
Womyn’s Drum and Dance Orchestra; Peggy Moore, Parade Organizer


8:20

Clearing Your Criminal Record.
Dorsey Nunn, All of Us or None;
Event is this Saturday from 9-5 at East Palo Alto City Hall, 2415
University Avenue


8:30

David Kessler, co-author with Elisabeth Kubler-Ross of On Grief and
Grieving: Finding the Meaning of Grief Through the Five Stages of Loss
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