The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 6, 2006

Removal of Declassified Documents from the National Archive Anna Nelson, Professor of History at American University

The Patriot Act passes in the Senate Caroline Fredrickson, Director of the Washington Legislative office of the ACLU

Nic Dunlop, author of "The Lost Executioner: A Journey to the Heart of the Killing Fields"

WI-FI in San Francisco and the digital divide Sydney Levy, Program Director at Media Alliance, www.media-alliance.org
Barrie Hathaway, Executive Director of StreetTech, www.streettech.org

A Civil Rights Reader: For Strings, Laptop and DJ (presented by Other
Minds) Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) composer/creator, Charles Amirkhanian, artistic director of Other Minds,

Event info: TONIGHT: March 6, 7:30PM; Kanbar Hall, JCC of SF, 3200 California St. @ Presidio

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