The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 27, 2006

A look at Michele Bachelet, the new president of Chile: Kirsten Sehnbruch is a visiting scholar at the Center for Latin American Studies at UC Berkeley and author of the forthcoming book "The Chilean Labor Market"

Hector Salgado, activist who is the subject of the documentary "Special Circumstances" about his experience being tortured and exiled to the US by the Pinochet regime "Special Circumstances" will be out this fall.

"Abducted: How People Come to Believe They Were Kidnapped by Aliens": Susan A. Clancy, is a postdoctoral fellow in psychology at Harvard University

Tony Kushner ­- Pulitzer Prize winning author of the play "Angels in America", and co-screen writer of the film, Munich.–Kushner discusses the right and left’s criticism of the film "Munich" And Brokeback Moutain’s loss at the Oscars

Allegations of misconduct at the American Red Cross Richard Walden, President and CEO of Operation USA, 323-658-8876

Highschool Exit Exams for the Class of 2006: Monte Neal, Executive Director of The National Center for Fair & Open Testing (FairTest); Anthony Rangel, Highschool Senior and Staff writer for SPRAWL in Dublin. author of "Who Asked Us? — No Exit: High School Exit Exam Puts Many Students At A Disadvantage,"; Rene Mendieta who is on the Board of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Alameda County; Youth Radio Archives— commentaries on the Exit Exam

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