The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 2, 2006

7:08 Three Versions of Immigration Reform Up for Debate: Mariana Bustamante, Public Education Coordinator Of the National ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project, Catherine Tactaquin, Director and one of the founders of the National
Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

7:34 How and internal effort to ban the abuse and torture of detainees was thwarted and an update on international prisons: Jane Mayer, staff writer for the New Yorker from the 2/27 New Yorker, Annals of the Pentagon: The Memo: How and internal effort to ban the abuse and torture of detainees was thwarted, Barbara Olshansky, Director, Counsel of the Global Detention Project for the Center for Constitutional Rights

8:08 "Still Present Pasts: Korean Americans and the ‘Forgotten War’", Ramsay Liem, Exhibit Co-Director, Yul San Liem, artist

8:20 Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw (CD), thanks to Julieth Cifuentes for engineering

8:35 Threats to Internet Independence: Net Neutrality, Loren Koletta, Director of Media Campaign for Common Cause

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