The Morning Show

The Morning Show – April 17, 2006

Reclaiming Taxes for the Public Good – "Ruth Rosen," professor emeritus at the University of California, Davis, visiting professor of public policy and history at U.C. Berkeley and a senior fellow at the Longview Institute. Her most recent article on alternet.org is, "Talking Taxes."

Earthquake Preparedness for the under-served in our communities – "Ana-Marie Jones," Executive Director of CARD-Collaborating Agencies Responding to Disasters.

Ruin Rubble and Race: The S.F. Earthquake and Post-Katrina America- 1906 to 2006 — A People’s Forum tonight in San Francisco "Chris Carlsson," Board President of Counterpulse and Executive Director of Shaping San Francisco "Amber McZile," New Orleans Survivor, she works with Hurricane Evacuees Council of the Bay Area (HECBA). They can be reached at www.globalwomenstrike.net

"Crossing Arizona" – a film about the U.S. – Mexican border "Dan DeVivo" and "Joseph Mathew", the Co-producers and Co-directors of the film

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