The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 18, 2005

7:00
High salaries and fee hikes at UC. Amatullah Alaji-Sabrie, state board representative for the Coalition of
University Employees; Anu Joshi, president of UC Student Association, grad student in Social
Welfare.

7:30
Robert Fisk, author of The Great War for Civilization: The Conquest
of the Middle East
.

8:00
Reyna Cowan on film. Good Night and Good Luck, The Dying Gaul, and The Squid and The Whale.

8:30
IBDAA! A Youth Dance Troupe from Palestine performing the story of the
Palestinian People. Ziad Abbas, co-director and co-founder of the IBDAA! Cultural Center;
Barbara Lubin, Founder and Executive Director of Middle East Children’s
Alliance

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