The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 16, 2005

7:00
Condoleeza Rice and Gaza among other foreign affair issues. Phyllis Bennis, author of Challenging Empire: How People, Governments, and
the U.N. Defy U.S. Power
and fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies.

7:30
Labor with David Bacon: San Francisco Schools; Dennis Kelley, President of the United Educators of San Francisco.

8:00
Post Katrina Update: Efforts to Stop Gentrification. Malik Rahim, veteran of the Black Panther Party in New Orleans and organizer of public housing tenants, with Common Ground Event: Tonight at
Studio Z 314 11th Street at Folsom in San Francisco $10-$200 sliding scale, reggae music.

8:36
Planned Giving. Penny Right Hand, financial adviser;
Michelle Lerman, estate planner 415-492-4505
Event: this Saturday November 19th 10a.m. – noon at the North Berkeley
Senior Center 1901 Hearst Avenue at Martin Luther King Jr. Way

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