The Morning Show

The Morning Show – May 31, 2006

Anti-war protests at the Port of Olympia in Washington state: Larry Mosqueda, protester and Professor of political economy at Evergreen State University, the Olympia Movement for Justice and Peace

Max Pringle, Democratic Primary in US House District 6: Lynn Woolsey vs. Joe Nation

David Bacon on Labor: Olga Miranda, president, SEIU Local 87 (San Francisco janitors); Rev. Phil Lawson, East Bay Housing Organizations

Microbicide Gel Could Protect Women from HIV/STI’s: Bethany Young Holt, PhD MPH California Microbicides Initiative www.cami-health.com

Interrupted Life: Incarcerated Mothers in the United States – Series of Events at New College in SF
Rickie Solinger, independent historian and curator of the "Interrupted Life" Public Art Installation,
Helene Vosters, Co-director of Activism & Social Change at New College, in Studio Terri Wells, formerly incarcerated mother of four children.

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