The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 8, 2005

California Elections. Bruce Cain, Director of the Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley; Tim Redmond, Executive Editor of the San Francisco Bay Guardian.

Listener Call-ins on the Election.

Students for Justice at De Anza College protest Colin Powell’s Three
Day Visit.

3rd San Francisco International South Asian Film Festival, Nov. 11 &
13 @ The Roxie; Nov 12 @ The Castro. Ivan Jaigirdar, Festival Co-founder and Co-director; Shonali Bose, Director of "Amu", about an Indian American woman searching for her identity; Salman Ahmed, Pakistani American rock star and star of "My Country Too", documentary about what it means to be an American Muslim.

Adoption: Foster Care. Janet Knipe, Executive Director of California Youth Connection; Sade, 17-year old foster-care youth who entered the foster-care system at age 13; Sanaa Msemaji, Director of MilagroGrande Films.

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