Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – February 5, 2006

Bush calls it his "Terrorist Surveillance Program"
Critics call it warrantless domestic spying.
Call it what you will, the Senate Judiciary Committee is holding hearings
on the Bush-authorized surveillance activities of people in the United
States by the National Security Agency. Joining us: New York Times
Reporter and author (State of War, The Free Press) James Risen, and
Scott Armstrong, investigative journalist and Executive Director of the
Information Trust.

In our second hour…

Women of the Civil Rights Movement. In honor of black history month,
Oakland Tribune journalist Brenda Payton and others will join us for a
conversation about women during the civil rights movement and what’s
happening today. And we’ll hear a speech by the late Coretta Scott King.

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