The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 11, 2005

7:00
Bombings in Amman. Naseer Aruri, chancellor professor emeritus of political science at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, books include Jordan: A Study in
Political Development
; Loretta Napoleoni, chair of the Counter-Terrorist Financing Group at the
March 2005 Madrid Conference on Terrorism, Security and Democracy, and
author of Insurgent Iraq: Al-Zarqawi and Al-Qaeda’s New Generation.

7:25
Kelly Doherty, she served in Iraq with the Colorado National
Guard, and she’s a founding member of Iraq Veterans Against the War.

7:30
Huston Smith Interview. Author of The Soul of Christianity: Restoring the Great Tradition and A
Seat at the Table: Huston Smith in Conversation with Native Americans on
Religious Freedom
.

8:00
Adoption and Race: Domestic and International or Transracial Adoption.
Dr. Barbara Katz Rothman, Prof. at The City University of New York and author of the book, Weaving a Family: Untangling Race and Adoption; So Yung Kim, Queer-Korean Adoptee, Activist, and Co-founder of Transracial Abductees; Terry Watters, Licensed Clinical Social Worker of Adopt International.

8:30
Adoption continues.

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