The Morning Show

The Morning Show – September 28, 2005

7:00

The financial circumstances of hurricane survivors, especially in light of the new bankruptcy law. Jeremy Eisler, statewide director of litigation for Legal Services of Mississippi, lost his home near Gulfport and is helping to coordinate relief efforts, including bankruptcy advice, try (228)872-7004 (ask if call waiting), cell (228)697-0395, wife’s cell (228)669-4827. Stephen Elias, co-author of How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy from Nolo Press, 707-263-5811, call waiting.

7:30
David Bacon covering the immigration debate in Congress and the
"Change to Win Convention" in St. Louis. Chris Punongbayan , advocacy director with Filipinos for Affirmative; Action Margaret Zaknoen, advocacy coordinator with the Bay Area Immigrant Rights Coalition.

8:00
World Music Festival
Kutay Derin Kugay, program director of the World Music Festival; Michael
Santoro, executive director of the World Music Festival, Anna Senarslan,
scholar, Ashkan Ghafouri, musician.

8:30
Sonoma County Measure M to ban genetically engineered crops. Nick Frye, executive director of the Sonoma County Grape Growers’ Association, opposing the measure Dave Henson, executive director of the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center and primary author of the initiative’s text

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