The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 2, 2005

7:00
Hurricane Katrina and disaster preparedness.
Lloyd Dumas, professor of political economy at the University of Texas at
Dallas and author of Lethal Arrogance: Human Fallibility and Dangerous Technologies; Rev. Amos Brown, pastor of San Francisco’s Third Baptist Church. Number to call to help out: 415-346-4426 415-346-4427 415-346-4428

7:30
Crisis at the California Youth Authority, another young person died
at Chad youth prison on Wednesday night. Lenore Anderson, director of Books Not Bars, a juvenile justice project of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights No More Lost Lives Memorial for CYA Youth Dyron Brewer on Monday in
Stockton noon – 3. Call 510-428-3939 ext. 243 for a ride. Wear all white. Meeting location in Stockton at 12pm: Transworld Drive and Quantas Lane; Stockton Meeting location to get a ride from Oakland at 9am (sharp!): 344 4Oth Street, Oakland; Meeting location to get a ride from Fresno at 9am (sharp!): 4500 West Shaw, Fresno (Costco parking lot)

8:00
Film with Reyna Cowan. Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress, Reel Paradise, 2046, Tony Takitani

8:30
Jill Nelson, author of Finding Martha’s Vineyard: African Americans
at Home on an Island

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