The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 1, 2006

7:08 Is Sadam’s Trial the October Surprise?
Scott Horton is chairman of the International Law Committee at the New York City Bar Association and adjunct professor at the Columbia University Law School; Tom Engelhardt editor of TomDispatch.com and author of Mission
Unaccomplished: TomDispatch Interviews with American Iconoclasts and Dissenters

7:33 David Bacon on Labor, Alcatraz Ferry Labor dispute
Robert Irminger deckhand on the Blue and Gold fleet
Marina Secchitano, Regional Director, Inland Boatmen’s Union of the Pacific, Marine Division, ILWU 8:08 Peter Stone, author of "Heist: Super lobbyist Jack Abramoff, His Republican Allies, and the Buying of Washington"

8:36 "Sweet Savory Sunday" Dimensions Dance Theater and the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir
LaTanya Tigner, choreographer, and a young dancer from
Dimensions Extensions Performance Ensemble
Sunday November 5, 3pm. Malonga Casquelourd Center for
the Arts at 1428 Alice Street in Oakland. Info at 510 465-3363;

8:50 Sarah Guerra an actress and cultural worker who works with La Pena.
Hecho en Califas 7th Annual Hecho en Califas Festival 2006 Raising Voices: The Immigrant Experience November 1 – 5

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