The Morning Show

The Morning Show – November 22, 2006

(43rd Anniversary of JFK’s Assassination)

7:08 Peace Delegation in Korea

Christine Ahn local activist and Medea Benjamin of Global Exchange and Code Pink who are on the delegation
7:33 David Bacon on Labor

Gene Bruskin, organizing director for the United Food and Commercial Workers at the Smithfield Foods plant in North Carolina

Jason Oringer, senior researcher for UNITE HERE on the organizing drive at Cintas Laundry plants

Renee Saucedo, organizer and attorney with La Raza Centro Legal

8:08 Report back from School of the Americas
Jon Fromer, cultural activist, producer

Christy Pardew Communications Staff with School of the America’s Watch
*:22 continue with Jon and discuss his documentary "Immigrant Voices– American Stories" premieres7:30 Friday 11/24, on KQED 88:36 Charlie Chaplin’s "City Lights" and other silent films come to San Francisco
Stephen Salmons, founder and artistic director of The
San Francisco Silent Film Festival Events: "City Lights" performed with live music by the SF Symphony, conducted by David Robertson. Wed, Fri & Sat at Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Ave. SF Silent Film mini-festival, Dec. 2,

Castro Theatre, www.silentfilm.org ; 1-800-838-3006 for tix.

8:48 Julieta Kusnir interviews Tupac Mauricio Saavedra filmmaker, creator of "On the Road with Evo: The Making on an Unlikely President"

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