The Morning Show

The Morning Show – March 31, 2006

Israeli Elections – "Gershom Gorenberg, author of "The Accidental Empire: Israel and the Birth of the Settlements 1967-1977"; Mitchell Plitnick, Director of Education and Policy for Jewish Voice for Peace

Barriers and Obstacles to College Access for California’s students – Abdi Soltani, Executive Director, The campaign for college opportunity; Jordan E. Horowitz, Senior Project Director Evaluation Research at WestEd; John Rogers, associate director, UCLA’s Institute for Democracy, Education, and Access (UCLA/IDEA)

The legacy of Cesar Chavez- Julie Chavez Rodriquez, granddaughter of Cesar Chavez and the Program Director for the Chavez foundation; Ricardo Sandoval, co-author of the book, Fight in the Fields: Cesar Chavez and the Farmworker’s Movement and editor at the Sacramento Bee; Audio of: a Cesar Chavez speech at the Commonwealth Club of S. F. in 1984, addressing issues of environmental justice

Through A Glass Darkly: New Works by 4 Modern Music Mavericks – Paul Dresher, creator of "The Tyrant" a new chamber opera; Mark Applebaum, composer of "Martian Anthropology", Event: March 31 & April 1, 8pm, Theatre Artaud 450 Florida St. SF, Info: 415-392-4400; www.dresherensemble.org.

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