The Morning Show

The Morning Show – August 18, 2006

16th International AIDS Conference: Louise Binder, Co-Founder Blueprint for Action on Women & Girls and AIDS, Adrienne Germain, president of the International Women’s Health Coalition, iwhc.org, Medea Benjamin co-founder of the human rights group Global Exchange and the women’s peace group Code Pink; Rania Masri, activist, organizer and professor of environmental science at the University of Balamand in Northern Lebanon; devorah major: poet, novelist, and essayist from San Francisco; Aya de Leon Writer, performer, hip hop theater artist, poetic activist, and community healer, www.ayadeleon.com; Michael Molina’s website: www.purgatorystories.blogspot.com, New Orleans native, writer and performer; Charlie Haden, composer, bassist, politically-conscious musician. His newest recording with Liberation Music Orchestra: "Not In Our Name"

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